On any given day, we take care of our innate needs like the food we eat, the clothes we wear, and the work we do. But do we ever consider our sexual needs? Surprisingly, it is too rare of a thought. Until just a few decades ago, women’s sexuality seemed a forbidden topic for most people. But today, the narrative is changing, and renowned academics like Dr. Laurie Mintz strive to make women aware of their sexuality and help them achieve a vibrant and balanced life.
Dr. Mintz is a true revolutionary. She is trying to promote feminine embodiment and help women achieve a life full of pleasure. According to Dr. Mintz, women need to embrace their sexuality and recognize their needs. After all, it is one of the natural desires that bring pleasure, like enjoying a great meal or grooving to your favorite song. Your sexuality brings happiness and embracing it is normal and necessary.
To help women embrace their sexuality and to enhance passion, A Tired Woman’s Guide to Passionate Sex is a self-help manual for all those women who are simply too tired and too stressed out to make sex a priority. . It helps readers re-energize their sex life and paves the route to reawaken their libido. The book has helped many women to embrace their sexuality and rekindle their dull sexual relationships.
Her second book, Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It, is an inspiring and much-needed guide to the source of a woman’s deepest pleasure spot- the clitoris. Sex therapists and critics recommend this book and encourage the revolutionary idea of becoming cliterate to bridge the orgasm gap. Through her motivating writing, Dr. Laurie has dispelled the myths about the sexual pleasure of women and tackles the personal and political problems around the subject. She has updated the perspective of sex and rearranged the ideals with women’s satisfaction in mind.
Laurie Mintz is a tenured Professor of the University of Florida and a psychologist with over thirty years of clinical experience. Along with her full-time academic position, for the last 30 years, Dr. Mintz has maintained a part-time private practice working with adults and couples. Through her best-selling books, speaking engagements, and teaching young minds of today, she is preaching women’s sexuality and equal pleasure for all.