Aman waits in the darkness, watching what is left of his life slip away. His name is Robert Joel Halderman. At 51, he is a producer for the CBS true-crime series 48 Hours Mystery, the latest post for a battle-scarred newsman who has spent much of his life in war zones.
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Stephanie Serrano is a Latina based in Reno, Nevada, the city where she was born and raised. She joins KUNR as its first bilingual journalist covering both the economy and community stories, with the goal of elevating the voices of everyday, local people. She is also a passionate illustrator and painter.
Skip to main content Stephanie Buehler. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Stephanie Buehler is a psychologist and sex therapy expert who provides continuing education opportunities and supervision to psychotherapists, nurses, and other healthcare providers who want to learn sex therapy.
W hat women want is a supposedly elusive mystery that has preoccupied writers for centuries. Taddeo spent eight years on the book, immersed in the day-to-day lives of her three subjects, Maggie, Lina and Sloane. The main characters and their partners are white and predominantly straight Sloane sometimes has sex with women, but even this is largely done with the pleasure of her voyeur husband, Richard, in mind ; two are Catholic, while the perceived guilt around desire is a watermark that runs through all three stories.
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Though period sex can be a bit messy, it is safe. Orgasms may relieve menstrual cramps. Menstrual cramps are a result of your uterus contracting to release its lining.
Love is celebrated as a many-splendored thing, while lust is commonly regarded as downright primitive. Leave it to a Frenchwoman to discover that sexual desire is actually quite brainy. Stephanie Ortiguean assistant professor of psychology at Syracuse University, uses brain scans to examine the divine madness of love and the blinding imperative of lust.