Dr. Laurie Mintz is a leading psychologist and sex therapist who has helped countless individuals struggling with psychological issues regain personal power and autonomy. She has achieved world-class recognition as a leading expert on sexual education and preacher of orgasm equality.
After practicing for decades and working in an academic setting, Dr. Laurie expanded her sphere of influence and used her vocal abilities and boundless knowledge to spread sex-positive information to as many people as she could. She states that her deeply ingrained feminism and passion for sexual awareness led her to merge them both and become a voice for women’s sexual empowerment.
Dr. Mintz published her first book, A Tired Woman’s Guide to Passionate Sex, in 2009. As a sex therapist, she is aware of the most common complaint of women: diminished sexual desire. Dr. Mintz provides helpful suggestions and a complete guide to get back the lost passion in life using scientific approaches. This book tops the recommendations of sex therapists to help clients regain lost desires, overcome the loss of libido and deal with menopause without losing their sexuality.
Dr. Mintz’s second book, Being Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It, fueled a sexual revolution and was an instant best-seller. The book is a complete guide to a woman’s anatomy and maps out the route to orgasm. Grounded in research and packed with real-world tips, human sexuality expert Dr. Mintz exposes the traditional inequality, orgasm gap, and ancient myths and lies that have associated women’s pleasure with shame. The book tackles both personal and political problems and replaces them with updated outlooks and practical skills needed to change our collective perspective on sex.
Being Cliterate is a masterpiece of sexual education, and research proves that women who read it increase their rate of orgasm and sexual satisfaction. The book also has a chapter written specifically for men, Cliteracy for Him, which intends to improve their knowledge of women’s genital anatomy and sexual pleasure. And, another published scientific study shows it does just that! Dr. Mintz’s book has made a significant dent in closing the orgasm gap, and she aims to reach out to more readers and change more lives. She believes that it is time to stop being so well-adjusted to the injustice of the orgasm gap.
Dr. Mintz’s books are thought-provoking and elucidate a practical guide to female pleasure. And knowing all the advantages of sex and orgasm for health, it is crucial to make the most of it! That is the thought that motivated her to step outside her comfort zone and pen it all down.