Lets Talk About Sex Baby

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Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby!

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Written by: Dr. Wendy Walsh

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Known as America's Relationship Expert, Dr. Wendy Walsh is an award-winning television journalist, radio host & podcaster, and the author of three books on relationships and thousands of print and digital articles. More than 1.5 million people follow her sage advice on social media. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and teaches in the Psychology Department at California State University Channel Islands and has been the host of "The Dr. Wendy Walsh Show" on iHeart Radio's KFI AM 640 since 2015. Walsh is also a former Emmy-nominated co-host of "The Doctors," as well as former host of the nationally syndicated show "EXTRA." She was named a Time Magazine Person of the Year in 2017 after speaking out about harassment at a major news network.

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Edited by: Lillian Castro

Lillian Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro brings more than 30 years of journalism experience to ensure DatingAdvice articles have been edited for overall clarity, accuracy, and reader engagement. She has worked at The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Gwinnett Daily News, and The Gainesville Sun covering lifestyle topics.

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Here’s the good news: Sex is healthy for you. Research has shown sex two times per week lowers stress and improves mood.

Of course, unsafe sex or sex with a partner who is emotionally hurtful isn’t so good for you, but most happy, healthy couples report their sex life is very important to them and contributes to their bond.

Now here’s the bad news:

Long-term monogamous sex takes a bit of work and creativity to be passionate for the long haul, but if there’s a silver lining to America’s current obsession with sex, it is people are finally talking about their sexual needs more openly.

Danny Osadca should know. He’s a serial entrepreneur and currently the CEO of Standard Innovations, the company responsible for the wildly successful We-Vibe vibrator that has the mainstream appeal that no other “adult” product has ever had.

When deciding to helm the company, Osadca’s first concern was how to tell his friends, but since the success of the book “Fifty Shades of Grey,” he finds more couples are wanting to talk about sex.

“These days I have trouble getting people to stop talking about sex!” Oscada said.

Specifically, people are talking about the unique “C” shaped We-Vibe that helps women have a vaginal orgasm during intercourse.

Since the small, medical grade device is not in a traditional phallic shape, men aren’t threatened by it and plenty of couples are keeping monogamy hot and spicy throughout the lifespan.

In fact, Lavinia Evans-Axel, general manager of People Media, the parent company of the largest online dating site for the over 50 set, OurTime.com, says in their recent sex survey, respondents said open communication about sex was one of the things they most desired in a partner.

So let’s talk about sex. In our dating lives, let’s talk about safe sex, sexual boundaries and sexual desires – at the right pace and with the right partner.

Sex is a part of our wellness.

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