Articles in Clinical Sexology

ChatGPT Happy to Write Smut About Freakishly Obscure Sex Act


In case you're not clued in, the Omegaverse is a niche subgenre of speculative erotic fanfiction that has developed its own complicated set of conventions and terminologies. [...]

ChatGPT Happy to Write Smut About Freakishly Obscure Sex Act2023-06-15T09:47:09-04:00

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Santa Fetish


There is no widely-accepted definition of a Santa fetish—even in expert sexological literature. “While [the term] may have been around for a while in the kink community… it has not been part of the clinical diagnostic nomenclature,” sex therapist Dr. Tammy Nelson told Zipper. “It’s more colloquial… It’s not an academic term.” [...]

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Santa Fetish2022-12-21T11:14:31-05:00

American College of Sexologist (ACS) ?


As of September 2022 the American College of Sexologists (ACS) website closed without notification. The American Board of Sexology (ABS) can however offer you a new certification if you were left abandoned by the ACS. We understand that this can be troublesome if you are trying to keep up with your credentials. [...]

American College of Sexologist (ACS) ?2023-01-03T18:44:33-05:00

#Metoo Movement: An Awareness Campaign


The aftermath of the strings of sexual allegations faced by Harvey Weinstein, one of the most powerful faces of Hollywood, the #metoo movement went viral in social media. This innovative and creative movement was initially launched in 2006 by Tarana Burke aimed at helping survivors of sexual harassment. Taking examples from different countries, this commentary attempts to analyze the #metoo movement and answer the question as to why most victims of sexual harassment chose to remain silent. [...]

#Metoo Movement: An Awareness Campaign2022-09-16T16:07:44-04:00
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