Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Dr Gloria Brame The Sexologist"s Sexologist : Author Of Fetish For Men

  • Broadcast in Self Help
  • 0 comments
Journey Into Awareness

Journey Into Awareness

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Journey Into Awareness.
h:701387
s:7623853
archived

The author of landmark sex books, including Different Loving and The Truth About Sex: A Sex Primer For The 21st Century,  Gloria is internationally renowned for her pioneering work in removing the stigma from BDSM and fetish sex. She is a much sought-after expert on BDSM and fetish sex, sex science, sexual wellness, sexual techniques, and relationships skills.   Her authoritative and original insights into human sexuality have made her one of the most frequently cited sex experts in the world.

Described as a “sexologist’s sexologist” by Dr. Ted McIlvenna and “the Einstein of kinky sex” by Annie Sprinkle, Dr Brame has worked with hundreds of grateful clients in her fifteen years of private therapy.   Her interpersonal techniques combined with cutting-edge research on the psycho-biology of sex are focused on finding the best ways to bring healing and comfort to people with sex or relationship problems. 

Dr. Brame provided expert testimony in Nitke vs Ashcroft (2005) in opposition to the Communications Decency Act; consulted with the Fulton County (GA) DA to ascertain severity and intent of a sex crime; provided victim care for the State of Kansas in the “Slavemaster” serial killer case;  and has given depositions and sexological opinions to other attorneys and law enforcement agencies across the United States.  

Brame holds an M.A. in English Literature (Columbia University, 1978)  and a PhD. in Human Sexuality (Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, 2000).  She was certified as a sexologist by the American College of Sexologists.  Brame is a full professor (visiting) at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.  She is a member of the American College of Sexologists, AASECT, Kink-Aware Professionals, Quad-S, Professional Sexology, LGBT Counseling, Forensic Psychology, 

 

Comments

 comments