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Out In The Bay--April 12, 2012 "Lesbian Bed Death"
Out In The Bay: Do Lesbian Couples Have More Intimacy Issues Than Other Couples?
Marilyn Pittman interviews Dr. Glenda Corwin, the author of "Sexual Intimacy For Women: A Guide For Same-Sex Couples." It's called by those in the lesbian community, "lesbian bed death," a term that was first coined by author JoAnn Loulan in her 1984 book, "Lesbian Sex." Dr. Corwin's discusses her clinical study that reveals the truth of this phenomenon and talks with Marilyn about what contributes to it and how lesbian couples, and other couples, for that matter, can work to improve their sex lives. http://drglendacorwin.com/