4-Part Interview with Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo

4-Part Interview with Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo

Posted On: February 7, 2021

This is a four-part interview I did with Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo. Her work and how she got into it On Why Black Lives Matter to Us All How to be an Anti Racist Healing Our Sexuality Interview with Sex Therapist Dr. Donna Oriowo – Self Introduction (1 of 4) Relationship Counselor & Clinical […]

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2nd Sugar & Spice: November 17 – 24, 2020

2nd Sugar & Spice: November 17 – 24, 2020

Posted On: November 29, 2020

  This is just a blog post to document the program of the second Sugar & Spice which ran Nov 17 – 24, 2020. The program for the first Sugar & Spice (Aug 1 – 15, 2020) can be found here. The third Sugar & Spice program (Mar 23 – 27, 2021) can be found […]

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Podcast: Becoming a Powerful Woman with Gaia Morrissette

Podcast: Becoming a Powerful Woman with Gaia Morrissette

Posted On: May 22, 2020

Becoming a Powerful Woman with co-host Dr Maratha Lee on “My Orgasmic Life” podcast EP.108 Holistic Sexual Wellness, BDSM Wellness & Trauma Recovery Specialist, Gaia Morrissette and Sexologist Dr Martha Lee have a honest conversation about being a powerful woman and their struggles. Content Warning : Swearing, Laughter, Sexuality, Power Gaia covers on today show: […]

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Sexuality – The Last Frontier of Being an Expressed Adult?

Sexuality – The Last Frontier of Being an Expressed Adult?

Posted On: March 15, 2020

Sexual energy is often referred to as lifeforce energy. Hence this is my definition of Sexuality: Your relationship with your lifeforce energy (the innate energy that resides inside you). You can born with strong energy (nature) and/ or cultivate it (nurture) e.g. exercise/ food. Regardless whether you have strong/ weak energy (vitality), you can learn […]

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Satire about Online Dating

Satire about Online Dating

Posted On: February 3, 2020

Ever notice how dating app profiles state anything along the lines of: “Age is just a number…” when the person is older and insecure about their age (especially 45 and above)? “Looking for young/ positive/ fun/ spontaneous/ bubbly/ liberal/ adventurous open minded people” when what they want is a hook up? “Something casual” when they’re […]

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Why I Do What I Do: She’s been asked to watch people have sex

Why I Do What I Do: She’s been asked to watch people have sex

Posted On: November 21, 2019

Why I do what I do is a weekly series where AsiaOne showcases uncommon professions and what it takes to go down that career path. In their final episode, they feature me (Dr Martha Tara Lee, a clinical sexologist and relationship counsellor). Having a desire at a young age to understand sex and how it […]

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Invite to Women Support Circle

Invite to Women Support Circle

Posted On: October 13, 2019

There is the archetype of the Maiden, Mother, and Crone in Triple Goddess. More here  In my own words Maiden – Prime of her youth Mother – Prime of her fertility Crone – Prime of her wisdom Behavioral Maiden – Young, fun, open, learning, beautiful (Shadow side: Wilful, childish, spoilt, manipulative) Mother – Mature, nurturing, […]

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What is Sexual Empowerment?

What is Sexual Empowerment?

Posted On: October 10, 2019

“Do you know what the word ’empowered’ means?” I used to volunteer in the only women advocacy group in Singapore, and this question was one of the first questions one of the ex-Presidents and my one-time mentor asked me. I didn’t know. I felt I should have. I certainly heard it many times. So cool […]

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Movie Review: Hustlers

Movie Review: Hustlers

Posted On: October 5, 2019

I watched Hustlers tonight and I was bored. Don’t get me wrong: it IS fun, entertaining, sexy, and all about girl-power/ friendship/ sisterhood/ camaraderie no doubt. What’s there not to like? Beautiful, expressed, confident women! Beyond all that glitz, the movie itself was drawn out and could have been condensed. The movie has just crossed […]

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The Merits of the Indirect Approach

The Merits of the Indirect Approach

Posted On: September 26, 2019

I studied mass communication (the different ways we communicate with the masses). In my journalism course, it was drummed into us not to say in 10 words what we can in one. Or in other words, the K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) concept. This inevitably became an ethos I adopted for life. People tried to […]

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How to Assert Yourself Against Unsolicited Advice

How to Assert Yourself Against Unsolicited Advice

Posted On: September 24, 2019

My past naysayers: “Forget about Singapore. Singaporeans don’t deserve you.” (on hearing what I do for a living). “I don’t need your help. I have three children.” (guy from networking event) My on-off lover of 3 years: “Deep down, I cannot accept what you do for a living.” (on why he won’t want a future […]

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Resources on Navigating Open Relationships

Resources on Navigating Open Relationships

Posted On: August 4, 2019

As more people are living longer, the 50s might well be the new 30s. As such, is it truly sustainable to be in a mongamous relationship and not just stay together for the kids? This is a list of books on understanding about and navigating open relationships. I have personally read the first two and […]

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