SEXUALLY SPEAKING with Dr. Anne Katz features guests talking about a wide range of topics related to sexuality. Hosted by an internationally recognized expert on the topic, this podcast won’t titillate but it will inform and educate you. Want to know more? Just listen…..
Sexually Speaking Episode 7: Magnificent Sex
In this episode of Sexually Speaking, Dr Anne Katz interviews Peggy Kleinplatz the author of a book on magnificent sex. You will learn about true intimacy and deep empathy, two of the keys to sex that is truly magnificent.
Sexually Speaking Podcast Episode 6
In this episode, Dr Katz talks to Dr Barry McCarthy about male sexuality and the myths associated with it. Dr McCarthy presents a contemporary model of male sexuality that encompasses intimacy and eroticism – and is likely to change your mind about everything related to men! Subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes | Subscribe to […]
Sexually Speaking Podcast Episode 5
In this episode of Sexually Speaking, Dr Anne Katz talks to Dr Laurie Mintz, author of ‘Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It’. Learn about the pleasure gap and how to close it, the reason why so many women fake orgasms (not a good idea), how pornography sets women and men […]
Sexually Speaking Podcast Episode 4
In this episode of Sexually Speaking, Dr. Katz talks to Dr. Bill Diehl-Jones about sex hormones. What are they and what do they do? And what happens when they decline and is there anything that can be done about that? You’ll learn something that you did not know – Dr. Katz did! Subscribe to the […]
Sexually Speaking Podcast Episode 3
In episode 3 of Sexually Speaking, Dr. Anne Katz spoke with physiotherapist Dr. Kelli Berzuk about the pelvic floor muscle, why it’s so important and how it can help men and women with a variety of physical problems. Subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes | Subscribe to the Podcast on Spotify | Subscribe on Google […]
Sexually Speaking Podcast Episode 2
In episode two of Sexually Speaking with Dr. Anne Katz, Anne spoke with Dr. Elizabeth Grill from the Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility in New York City about how infertility affects couples’ sexuality. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes