Loveologist Radio: Healing Powers of Sexuality

Known as America’s sex therapist, Ian Kerner offers some of the sagest advice you will ever hear in this not-to-be-missed conversation about how sexual pleasure heals our life.  Ian’s is a clear voice of sexual sanity. He clarifies everything from the power of enhanced foreplay and oral sex to the mystery and complexity of opening to your sexual fantasies.  If you are like millions of others who are dissatisfied with their sex life, this conversation might be just the medicine that you need to rethink  your sexuality and revitalize your capacity for intimacy.


Ian Kerner, Phd, widely known as “America’s sex therapist”  is a New York Times best-selling author of numerous books including She Comes First and Love in the Time of Colic. Ian’s journey to becoming a sex therapist grew out of his own personal battle with sexual dysfunction and his desire to help others. He often addresses issues that are painfully common in the “American bedroom” but nonetheless lead to lives of quiet desperation. Ian appears frequently on NBC TODAY and writes a bi-weekly health column for their website. He is also a regular contributor to CNN as well as wide a range of magazines, blogs and other media outlets.


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Robert O.
Robert O3 years ago

Thanks Wendy.

Knut Franckenstein
Knut F5 years ago

LOVE IS ALL WE NEED - after food and drink - so let's come together!

Bojon S.
Past Member 5 years ago

Love the 1 who love u

Richard B.
Richard B5 years ago

Since there are so many diets available on the market, I thought I would come up with my own: "The Sex Diet". During sex, the cardiovascular system gets a workout, so does the lungs too. It can be practised alone, in couple or in group. It makes one feel good, not crappy like other diets. And it's free.

Janine Kaczynski
janine Kaczynski5 years ago

Somebody took my sex away from me and I'd like to hand them their hat.

Jane Barton
Jane Barton5 years ago

Because then they will have to admit they're just animals and not some superior "spiritual" gods.
It's a sickness.

Angel C.
.5 years ago

Why are humans so afraid of our sexuality?

Rebecca S.
Rebecca S5 years ago

@Teresa...umm whats your issue?

Carole H.
Carole Hagen5 years ago


Danuta Watola
Danuta W5 years ago

Very interesting