Renowned Neuroscientist, Sex Therapist, and Relationship Specialist
Nan Wise is playing a pivotal role in changing our cultural ideas about sex, through her research on the critical ways that pleasure affects our health and happiness, why we’re experiencing less pleasure now more than ever, and how we can discover our sexual potential.
is one of the questions I get most often—and most bashfully—in my work as a sex therapist. Here’s how!
How to Squirt
“Squirting,” more accurately known as female ejaculation and sometimes called “shejaculate” by the internet, remains one of the more highly debated and controversial subjects in sex science to date. Many experts still question whether female ejaculation even exists—in the year 2021 we still haven’t yet sorted out female sexual physiology.
Dr. Nan Wise
Opportunities for pleasure are everywhere—from sex to food to exotic escapes—yet we are becoming increasingly more depressed and anxious. Research shows that many people are having less sex, and those who do have a lot, enjoy it less. For more than thirty years, Dr. Nan Wise has worked as a therapist, helping people achieve more satisfying sexual lives. In recent years, her work has shifted to the study of anhedonia—the inability to experience pleasure from activities usually found enjoyable—and why more people than ever suffer from it.
Here’s what can we learn from extraordinary lovers who can teach us the top tips for creating good sex!
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About Dr. Nan
Dr. Nan Wise is a neuroscientist, certified sex therapist, board certified clinical hypnotherapist, and certified relationship specialist with three decades of experience. Driven by an intense desire to understand how the brain operates to create moods and behaviors, Dr. Nan returned to academia in 2009 to pursue a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience at Rutgers-Newark where she completed her dissertation project, “Genital Stimulation, Imagery, and Orgasm in Women: an fMRI Analysis” in August of 2014. Her research attempts to address gaps in the scientific literature regarding the neural basis of human sexuality, and continues to garner international attention.
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