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    Gone Girl
    by Gillian Flynn
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    The Secret History of Wonder Woman
    by Jill Lepore
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    Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority (City Lights Open Media)
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Easy Bondage for Beginners

The Fifty Shades of Grey movie is coming out soon, so our collective interest in sexual dominance and submission will be piqued once again. I think these wrist cuffs are a great way to introduce some fun kinky play into an otherwise predictable sex life! In this video, I also address two questions folks might have about bondage play. Check out the Hello Cheri Wrist Cuffs if you're interested (as of this writing, they are on sale!).

~Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego Sexologist, Sociologist, Sexuality Speaker


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~Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego Sexologist, Sociologist, and Sex Speaker


New Year, New Vaginal Muscles

Why might you want to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles? Is doing kegel exercises with a toy easier? And what's the best way to do this? I discuss how toys like the "Hello Bow" from Hello Cheri can assist in creating a daily pelvic floor strengthening routine! Visit the Hello Cheri website and you can send a free mini vibrator to a friend with any purchase!

~Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego Sexologist, Sociologist, Sex Speaker


New Year, New Love -- Love & Sex Intentions

Last Friday I got to be on KUSI News and Good Morning San Diego for the first time, talking about ways to focus on your relationships and sex life in the new year. The morning producer brought up a good point - resolutions and intentions tend to focus on our individual needs...but what about focusing on improving our primary relationship?

I suggest a three-step process:

1) What's not working in your relationship and sex life? Write this down and get clear on it. What is your role in this?

2)What is your vision of a happy, satisfied, and connected relationship? Be clear on what direction you're headed.

3) At the start of every month this year, choose one thing to focus on that prioritizes improving what's listed under #1 and moves you in the direction of #2.

I discuss why scheduling is so important, offer ideas to prioritize at the start of each month, and I also give a suggestion to folks who are single and a bit jaded with the dating experience.

KUSI News - San Diego, CA

~Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, San Diego Sexologist, Sociologist, Sexual Health Speaker


Can Dancing Improve Your Sex Life?

We already know that dancing is a physical and sensual experience, alone or with a partner. But how can it assist in deepening the intimacy in your relationship? And for you folks who say "hell, no!" when your partner asks you to dance, consider that this attitude could be impacting the health of your sex life! This segment on San Diego Living was inspired by the local stage presentation of Dirty Dancing!

~Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus -- San Diego Sexologist, Sexuality Speaker, Sociologist