About Dr. Debby Herbenick
Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.
Through December 20, 2014, I am giving away 10 signed copies of my book, Sex Made Easy. Learn more and enter on the GoodReads website (link below). Goodreads Book Giveaway Sex Made Easy by Debby Herbenick Giveaway ends December [...]
- Lelo Ida Review
- Keeping Things Clean
I think I’ve finally found it – the perfect first vibrator. The Je Joue Uma is simple yet powerful, unassuming yet bold, and packs just the right amount of punch for someone first entering the stimulating world of luxury sex [...]
- Faces of Ecstasy: Orgasm as Art
- Why Buy a Luxury Sex Toy?
As a sex educator and therapist, as well as a performing artist, I am always interested in artistic depictions of sex and sexuality. In my explorations, I’ve found two art projects that explore a similar theme: the depiction of orgasm [...]
- Fun Toys G-Vibe Review
- Strap-On Sex Shouldn't Hurt!
Half a year ago, I wrote a blog post called “On Being A Sex Educator When You’re Not,” which related my experiences of acting like a sex educator when people in my life needed access to that sort of information. [...]
- Bystepping Stigma By Easily Locating STI Clinics
- Assessing Facts About Abortion And Contraception
A new report from the Guttmacher Institute demonstrates that the national abortion rate has dropped recently. Moreover, this drop is not correlated with a decrease in the number of accessible providers. What does this all mean? Will Saletan at Slate [...]
- Where's The "Pro-Life" Outrage Over Forced Sterilization?
- Revisiting "Safe, Legal, And Rare"
Being something of a “vibrator researcher” (see here, here, here, and here for starters), it’s perhaps not surprising that I wanted to see Hysteria – the new so-called “vibrator movie” – as soon as I could. Fortunately, it was playing [...]
- Gender on the Galactica
- Do Women In TV Exist Just For Men?