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The secret logic of male sexuality
Joe Kort, Ph.D.
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Those who are narcissistically defended often are raised by a narcissist and worry that they are one too.
If you’re heterosexual in this world, you are holding the golden ticket because everything is geared toward you.
The idea that a woman could be a sexual abuser of her own child is hard for people to accept, but it happens more often than most of us realize.
While acceptance of us LGBTQ folks has risen, I’ve been surprised at how people who are perceived to be "closeted gays" are being attacked.
On social media, why are opinions seen as more important than truth?
What are our culture’s unconscious assumptions and prejudices surrounding masculinity and vanity?
Talking politics requires that we take off our own glasses and put on the other person’s, to try to see the world through their eyes.
The lonelier we feel the more likely we are vulnerable to be scammed romantically.
Today, people are using many terms to describe their sexual identities. How do you know which terms to use and not offend someone?
I often hear bisexuals complain of experiencing “bi-erasure,” that their bisexual orientation is not valid or nonexistent.
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Perimenopause and menopause does not have to be a negative experience and it can be managed. We need to make it less of a taboo subject and more of a health conversation.
The demand for sexually informed psychotherapy is growing rapidly.
Just because your husband has sexual interest with men doesn't necessarily mean he's gay or even bisexual.
When men have even one non-heterosexual sexual thought they are immediately stigmatized.
What are the modern dating expectations and how do you navigate them?
The new normal for being sexy with a partner during the time of COVID-19.
Go from disgust to discussed when talking to a partner about erotic and sexual interests.
It's still sex even if you don't have intercourse.
Here we are in 2020 and talking about masturbation is still taboo in most of society. And that’s a shame.
An abusive relationship is not reciprocal. It's one-sided. In a lot of ways, you feel like you're working for the negative person.
Being queer will last forever, but queerantine is soon to pass.
Judgment over online therapy and long-distance learning is rapidly changing due to the pandemic.
We are not only in a public health crisis, we are in a mental health crisis.
Joe Kort, Ph.D., LMSW, is the founder and director of the Center for Relationship and Sexual Health. His latest book is Is My Husband Gay, Straight or Bi?
Understanding the Erotic Code will provide up-to-date information on male sexuality and male sexual fluidity.