Dr. Logan Levkoff
A recognized expert on sexuality and relationships, Dr. Logan Levkoff frequently appears on television including Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Rachael Ray Show, Oprah, Fox News Channel, and CNN. For over a decade Logan has been teaching groups of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds. Logan is the author of How to Get Your Wife to Have Sex With You and Third Base Ain't What it Used to Be. Find out more on LoganLevkoff.com, follow her on Twitter and Facebook.
Dr. Logan Levkoff's Articles and Videos
Here are six issues that can affect a woman's ability to enjoy sex. For example, stress can have a huge impact on a person's sexual function. Find out ideas to help her do something about it.
Fantasy is an essential part of women's sexuality but for some reason too many women are almost paralyzed by them and what they may mean about us. To help break this taboo, here is a list of women's top nine sexual fantasies.
Looking for ways to get in the mood for sex? Here are five fantastic (and easy) ways to get yourself revved up for sex. Also find out why some women don't enjoy the sexual experience.
The effects of stress are insidious. It takes a toll on your physical, emotional and relationship health, probably more than you realize. Here are five ways stress can impact your sex life.
There are many myths about female sexuality. These myths are difficult to debunk as they have a long history and thousands of urban legends to back them up. Here is the list of 5 1/2 myths you still might believe as true.
There are people who need a reason to engage in solo pleasure. If you are one of the women (or men) who need a reason to close the door and enjoy some deeply intimate personal time, here are five reasons.
Too many of us develop--and then get bored with--our sex routine. Instead shake things up and try these five easy to implement sexy ideas. Plus watch video on how to introduce mutual masturbation to your partner.
Today vibrators are mainstream and are sold in mass food and drugstores; on the shelves next to the condoms and lubes. What do you look for in a vibrator or toy? What's good? What's safe? All this answered, plus how to introduce toys into your bedroom.
In our culture, it is politically incorrect for women to become aroused by something that makes us appear/ seem/ act submissive. However, we can't control what turns on to something or someone. We may not desire to have fantasies about losing control, but many of us do.
A woman understanding how her vulva works is integral to her enjoying sex. She is body aware and can explain what feels good or what doesn't feel good. Unfortunately many young women still are detached from their vulvas and have trouble talking about them.