Jessi Fischer is a writer, academic dilettante, public speaker and sex educator for universities, high schools and outreach organizations. She is the proud 2009 Jim Brogan Teaching Scholarship recipient, the runner up for the 2008 John W. Kinch Humanitarian Award and a fund raising organizer for San Francisco Sex Information. Her educational background is a blend of academic theory, sexual biology, research training, cultural analysis, product knowledge, and sex education for the general population. She has completed over 120 hours of sex education training and holds a Master of Arts in Sexuality Studies from San Francisco State University.
Pause for a moment and think about all of the amazing aspects of your body. I’ll give you a few to start with. Number one: You contain a...Read More
Trying to have simultaneous orgasms is like straining to see one of those Magic Eye pictures, except an order of magnitude more difficult....Read More
Men grow up with this big burden of assumed sexual knowledge, as if a copy of the "Kama Sutra" (horrible sex advice book, by the way) must...Read More
On the full moon, prepare the following in a large soup pot: a dozen oysters, one bunch of asparagus, a full bottle of red wine and at...Read More
First, find a Tardis. Perhaps a Delorean. If those two fail, get to work on building your own time machine so you can somehow go back and...Read More
In the big, general advice grand scheme of things: yes and no. Yes because people certainly have a wide range of preferences when it comes...Read More