Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

PJTV: The way to better sex

In this episode of "Ask Dr. Helen," I talk with Maggie Arana and Julienne Davis, the authors of the book, Stop Calling Him Honey and Start Having Sex. They tell viewers how closing the bathroom door, talking dirty and engaging in sexual dialogue can result in a better sex life.

You can watch the show here.

Update: Susannah Breslin at the Frisky has some interesting comments on the video here.

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Stuart Schneiderman: "Daddy's Little Girl:"

The war against men has claimed another victim: their daughters.

In today’s America a man knows that he can be sued for workplace sexual harassment if he looks at a woman in the wrong way, if he makes a sexually suggestive remark, or if he touches her inappropriately.

He also knows that children, especially female children, are strictly off limits. Speak to his daughter in the wrong way and a man can find himself charged with child molestation. Even when the charges are false, it is very, very difficult to restore a reputation tarnished by the suspicion of child abuse.

It isn’t easy being a man in America today. The culture has made men into a threat, into the enemy of women and girls. ....

Today Time Magazine reports two surprising facts: first that girls who enjoy “open communication” with their fathers have a healthier attitude toward sex and dating than do girls who have less communication. ....

And second, that that, for all of the information that they have gleaned about human sexuality-- and they have certainly gleaned a great deal-- young women wish that they had learned more about men from their fathers.