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The Sex Issue

Heartland Healing

Vaccines: A Shot in the Dark

Sexperts: Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel

Sexperts: Nanci Kavich

Sexperts: Kristen Lilla

Sexperts: Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel

Interview with Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel, an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska Omaha in the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. “I teach in the area of sexual health and I also do research on sexuality,” she said. 

What books or websites would you recommend to people interested in cultivating healthy relationships and intimacy?
When someone comes to me with specific concerns or...

Sexperts: Nanci Kavich

Interview with Nanci Kavich, the co-founder of Profile Wingman (profilewingman.com). “I help people write their online dating profiles and to navigate the world of on- and offline dating in general. It’s so hard to make yourself three-dimensional and have your personality come through and attract the person you want to attract...that’s where we come in.”

What books or websites would you recommend to people...

Sexperts: Kristen Lilla

Interview with Kristen Lilla, MSW, LCSW, CST, one of only four certified sex therapists in Nebraska. Lilla is in private practice at Omaha Sex Therapy, where she provides therapy services to both individuals and couples. 

What books or websites would you recommend to people interested in cultivating healthy relationships and intimacy?
One that is really great is ‘Mating in Captivity’ by Esther Perel. It’s basically...

Sexperts: Gail Risch

Interview with Gail Risch, who teaches in the department of theology at Creighton University, including the classes Christian Ethics and Theology of Christian Marriage. From 1995 until its closure in 2009, Risch was a researcher with the Center for Marriage and Family at Creighton. She has a particular expertise in sexuality and its place within marriage and marital stability.

What books or websites would you...

Over The Edge

ODBz Stumbling in the Dark

I don't know what more there is to say about this issue's cover topic (sex). Probably nothing. But let me add this: The Internet has, well, killed romance in a million different ways, in ways that anyone born after the 1990s — or certainly 2000 — will never fully realize.

There was a time, boys and girls, when we didn't have an Internet; we didn't all carry smart phones, which meant we didn't know what anyone else...

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