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170: Female Sexual Pursuers

Women sexual pursuers are more common than our culture assumes. A woman who wants sex is sometimes viewed as a slut or whore, and is subject to negative feedback. What women sexual pursuers have in common is a solid erotic core. Join sex therapist Laurie Watson and couples therapist Dr. Adam Mathews as they discuss developing an erotic core.

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She Wants it More

A Unicorn? A leprechaun? Nope, just the female sexual pursuer! Unlike the others, the female sexual pursuer actually exists contrary to many male beliefs. So, how does a woman become the sexual pursuer, and what kinds of problems come with this?

In this episode, Laurie and Adam explain how a sexual pursuer is in touch with her erotic core, and help you understand how to achieve this. For female sexual pursuers, you will also get an outlook on how to deal with a partner who actually wants it less. When you leave this episode, you will have an understanding of how a female sexual pursuer arises, and how to deal with a male sexual distancer if you are the female pursuer.

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Hosted By: Laurie Watson and Dr. Adam Mathews

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The Change: What goes on during menopause, physically, emotionally, and sexually? Laurie Adams and Dr. Adam Mathews dive into the changes associated with menopause and how to combat them.

March 2019 Mailbag: Listeners love mailbags because they provide an opportunity to have your questions answered. This month, Laurie Watson and Dr. Adam Mathews tackle problems with quick orgasms, pursuer shutdown frustrations, and listening to actions versus listening to words.

Sexual Positions: A favorite according to Dr. Adam Mathews, where he and Laurie Watson discuss the good and the bad of different sexual positions. Learn about the different positions of sex and where they each shine!