Thursday, May 17, 2007

Took a break...

I had this plan to write all about the recent Viagra article in the KC Star, but I am taking the night off to watch a true horror film. If you have seen An Inconvienent Truth, then you know what I mean. I'll write about it after I wake up from the cold sweat of global warming...

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

This is what I do what I do...

The latest statistics:

The United States has TWICE the teen pregnancy rate of ANY industrialized nation in the WORLD!!!!

The STD rate is climbing across the board in the U.S. The populations with the fastest rate of increase? 12-19 year olds AND 60 and over!!!

This country is definitly in need of some serious sex education!! What we are doing is NOT WORKING!!

Why I love Kansas...

Go, Governor Sebelius!!!!

While the law is not perfect, non-consentual sex with minors is horrific.

In fact, any non-consentual sex is horrific!!

It's nice to have a governor who is truly dedicated to her job of making her state more livable, and less about politiking.

Monday, May 14, 2007

OUCH!!!!! that hurts!!!

Sex. One of the few languages we all speak. It's supposed to be fun. It's supposed to be comforting.

But sometimes, it's just so darn painful.

An estimated 40-48% of women have to deal with some sort of sexual dysfunction. (1) That can range from "Honey, I'm not in the mood. EVER!" to more serious problems (post-chemo, hysterectomy, etc...)

But what if it just hurts?

No, there are some times in a woman's life where it's just uncomfortable. Immediately after childbirth, not such a hot idea. Super dry vaginal day? Also, unhappy place to visit.

But for a HUGE part of the female population, sex is just painful. It hurts, and nothing seems to make it better.
It's called vulvodynia, also known as vulvar dysesthesia. And it can be frustrating for both women and partner alike. Vulvodynia is characterized by itching, burning, stinging or stabbing in the area around the opening of the vagina. (2) If it's only provoked by penetration, it's got another name, vulvar vestibulitis or vestibulodynia.

Aren't you lucky, you all get your own name for your super-sucky condition.

Good news: there are multiple types of treatments available. So if one doesn't work, you can try another one.
Bad news: Scientists are not sure of the cause, and sometimes not a darn thing seems to help.

Many doctors will tell you that only a combo of medicine and potentially invasive surgery are your only route. these are fine routes to go, but if nothing seems to work...

*Know that there are other options*

A new technique, called the Wurn technique, is causing ripples in the sexual community. Why??? Well, it's good that you ask.

Originally, it was used to help infirtle couples concieve, but the side effects proved beneficial for women who also experience pain.

What is it??

Think of it like a physical therapy for your lady parts. the therapist manipulates your internal and external reproductive organs, hoping to alleviate any adhesions that may have formed. Since adhesions can form very simply and are often undetectable, many women are surprised at how effective the treatment really is. You can learn more about the treatment on a variety of websites, or check out the official website at


Friday, May 11, 2007


Q: How do i not poop on my partner after anal sex?

A: Have sex in the bathroom, and make a Mcgyver-esque roll to the potty when you're finished.

Seriously though, this can be an issue. And it's my first question.

So. Here's the scoop (and I'll leave the obvious pun out)

There are several ways to approach the problem, but most of them are preemptive. First, you have to be okay with anal sex. And by okay, it should be something that you talk about with your partner BEFORE you get to the moment. Cause once you're there, There's no garantee that there won't be a present waiting at the end.

Before I go any farther, repeat after me: "USE A CONDOM USE A CONDOM USE A CONDOM"

It will protect the penile hole (praeputial sphincter, for those of you who what the fancy Latin name) from being left with a present. Plus, Anal sex can cause an STD to be transmitted faster than you can say, " Oh, yeah, I have and STD". And a good silicone-based lube. TONS of it.

1.Most people will tell you to try and enema before anal sex. That is totally your choice. an enema is like a shower for your colon, so if your a shower person, go ahead. If your more of a bath person, you can skip it.

2. try to finish eating 6 hours before launch. That way, your digestive tract can head everything out with ample time left over.

3. When finished, just know that it will take some time for you anus to shrink back to its regular size. Have clean up handy. A towel, an ex lover's t-shirt. Whatever.

4. Casually roll over and hightail it to the bathroom for deposit time. Make it fun. Think of a saucy line to throw out as you clench and run.

And that concludes our Anal Ettiquete session for today. Tune in to see what comes out next!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

there's a first time for everything!

Well, I'm finally here!
I feel like I'm at my first AA meeting.
Hi, my name is Elizabeth, and I'm a sexologist.
I have officially lost my blogging virginity, but it just seemed like time. Every day, close friends and aquaintences who know what I do come up to me with the most interesting questions, and so many are relavent to a *huge* population.

So this is what I do. All day long. Answer questions about just anything. I'm like a young Dr. Ruth. Without the Israeli sniper skills.

So, what do you need information on? What are not afraid to ask? Because, believe me, I'm not afraid to answer.

you can also e-mail me, for confidentiality.