The Best of the Bond Girls

Posted On: November 1, 2009

What would Bond films be like without the Bond girls? They are sexpots, saviors, villainesses and heroines, examples and exemplars. Like them, hate them? I bet you are curious as to who is the best of the Bond Girls. Click here.

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On Sexual Dysfunctions

Posted On: October 29, 2009

I spoke on Sexual Dysfunctions to the staff of DSC yesterday afternoon, Wed 28 October 2009. The DSC Clinic is a public clinic operated by the Department of STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) Control for the diagnosis, treatment and control of sexually transmitted infections (STI) in Singapore. The DSC clinic is funded by the Ministry of […]

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Uncovering Sex in Real Estate

Posted On: October 29, 2009

I will be speaking on “Sex and Real Estate” at Roof‘s third quarter’s conference tomorrow morning, Fri 30 October 2009. The audience will be made up of Roof’s leading real estate agents. The synopsis: How are sex and real estate similar? We all know that sex sells, but did you know that using sex to […]

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On being a Sexologist

Posted On: October 27, 2009 is launching the first in a series of informal talks where they give two therapists the floor for a 10-minute presentation on their therapy specialism. This month Else Vistisen will introduce Emmet Technique and I will give some insights into my practice as a Sex Coach in Singapore. The aim of these talks is […]

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Cause: You’re Beautiful

Posted On: October 26, 2009

Remember that your true nature is your beauty, that the way you value yourself is your power, and that your true and right place in this amazing experience called Planet Earth is cultivating a loving relationship with yourself by listening deeply to your heart’s desire and taking the appropriate action. There are times in our […]

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Find out how your Mind Works

Posted On: October 24, 2009

Some researchers say that men can have ‘women’s brains’ and that women can think more like men. Find out more about ‘brain sex’ differences by taking the Sex ID test, a series of visual challenges and questions used by psychologists in the BBC One television series Secrets of the Sexes: * Get a brain sex […]

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Unsafe Abortions kill 70,000 Annually

Posted On: October 20, 2009

Increased contraceptive use has led to fewer abortions worldwide, but deaths from unsafe abortion remain a severe problem, killing 70,000 women a year, a research institute reported Tuesday in a major global survey. More than half the deaths, about 38,000, are in sub-Saharan Africa, which was singled out as the region with by far the […]

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Want to feel you look better? Exercise!

Posted On: October 19, 2009

Researchers discovered we believe we look healthier after working out despite the fact it may not have been enough to make us any fitter. It also found that we don’t necessarily feel any better about ourselves when we do more exercise and do look fitter, say psychologists. I am surprised with this piece of research. […]

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Breast Tenderness may be a Warning Sign

Posted On: October 17, 2009

Women whose breasts became tender after taking hormone replacement therapy had nearly twice the risk of developing breast cancer than women whose breasts did not become tender on the drugs, U.S. researchers said on Monday. The team analyzed data on the more than 16,000 women who took estrogen-plus-progestin as part of the widely publicized Women’s […]

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Battered Women’s Ills Go Beyond Bruises

Posted On: October 16, 2009

Women abused by their romantic partners are more likely to suffer from a long list of medical maladies than other women, a new study shows. Abused women were also nearly six times more likely to abuse substances and more than three times more likely to have been diagnosed with depression and sexually transmitted diseases. The […]

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Men who Marry Clever Women Live Longer

Posted On: October 13, 2009

A study of 1.5 million people found a woman’s level of education was more important than a man’s when it came to the chance of him living a long life. The authors suggested that better-educated women may be more aware of healthy diets and medical treatments, thereby influencing their partner’s lifespan. This makes sense. Haven’t […]

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Feminist Dalai Lama

Posted On: October 12, 2009

The Dalai Lama, a celibate monk whose position has always been held by men, said he could be considered a feminist and called for women to take a greater role in world affairs. He• encouraged women to play a more active role in promoting human values• acknowledged women’s response to others’ pain, “because of biological […]

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