Despite our cultural obsession with sex, we know surprisingly little about how women experience the big "O." Journalist Sarah Barmak explores recent cutting edge research and titillating data uncovered about the enigmatic female orgasm.
Despite our cultural obsession with sex, we know surprisingly little about how women experience the big "O." Journalist Sarah Barmak explores recent cutting edge research and titillating data uncovered about the enigmatic female orgasm.
For centuries, women have been represented and depicted with their cherished dogs, perpetuating endless speculation and mystery in the worlds of art and literature. Professor Mikita Brottman offers us a brilliant survey of the artists who, perhaps unwittingly, unleashed this phenomenon.
For centuries, women have been represented and depicted with their cherished dogs, perpetuating endless speculation and mystery in the worlds of art and literature. Professor Mikita Brottman offers us a brilliant survey of the artists who, perhaps unwittingly, unleashed this phenomenon.
Photographer Elizabeth Burns offers an intimate look at "Drag King" Zach Lauritzen. In contrast to the exaggerated glitz of the "Drag Queen" persona, Lauritzen embodies the masculine in ways unassuming and erotically charged.
Photographer Elizabeth Burns offers an intimate look at "Drag King" Zach Lauritzen. In contrast to the exaggerated glitz of the "Drag Queen" persona, Lauritzen embodies the masculine in ways unassuming and erotically charged.
"Sylvie Guillem," explains Dr. Velleda Ceccoli, "is the woman who transformed our view of ballerinas, redefining the shape and movement that we expect to see." As such, Guillem has taken dance to a transcendent space of exploration, exchange, and exhilaration.
"Sylvie Guillem," explains Dr. Velleda Ceccoli, "is the woman who transformed our view of ballerinas, redefining the shape and movement that we expect to see." As such, Guillem has taken dance to a transcendent space of exploration, exchange, and exhilaration.
A modern icon of womanhood, Marilyn Monroe became the archetype of femininity for an entire generation. Dr. Velleda Ceccoli examines the influential woman behind the image, furthering our definition of what it means to be a female of the 21st century.
A modern icon of womanhood, Marilyn Monroe became the archetype of femininity for an entire generation. Dr. Velleda Ceccoli examines the influential woman behind the image, furthering our definition of what it means to be a female of the 21st century.
Invigorated by the revolutionary culture of 1920's Berlin, Karen Horney shifted therapy from the patriarchy of Freud to a more integrative approach. Psychologist Andrea Monroy chronicles the work of this trailblazing woman.
Invigorated by the revolutionary culture of 1920's Berlin, Karen Horney shifted therapy from the patriarchy of Freud to a more integrative approach. Psychologist Andrea Monroy chronicles the work of this trailblazing woman.
As both a therapist and sex coach, Stephanie Hunter Jones has become an expert in the creative potential of intimacy. As an artist, her sensuous paintings blend the representational and the symbolic through sleek color choices and affecting compositions.
As both a therapist and sex coach, Stephanie Hunter Jones has become an expert in the creative potential of intimacy. As an artist, her sensuous paintings blend the representational and the symbolic through sleek color choices and affecting compositions.
Emma Corbett Ashby's short, "Angel" gives us a visceral look into body modification as an escapist, yet physically transcending experience.
Emma Corbett Ashby's short, "Angel" gives us a visceral look into body modification as an escapist, yet physically transcending experience.
After years of deprivation, calorie-counting, over-exertion, and seeing food as foe, Lindsay Burns decided to enact an important alteration in perspective: Change my mind, not my body. This insightful narrative recounts the steps of her life-changing process of renewal.
After years of deprivation, calorie-counting, over-exertion, and seeing food as foe, Lindsay Burns decided to enact an important alteration in perspective: Change my mind, not my body. This insightful narrative recounts the steps of her life-changing process of renewal.
In her poignant memoir, Cheryl Lynn delves into the childhood trauma of her father's suicide, elucidating its lasting effects on her family, her personality, her sexuality, and her identity as a woman.
In her poignant memoir, Cheryl Lynn delves into the childhood trauma of her father's suicide, elucidating its lasting effects on her family, her personality, her sexuality, and her identity as a woman.
In "Art from Dreams," artist and poet Susan Levin channels her nighttime journeys into complex, symbolic mixed-media work that recalls the archetypal imagery discussed by legendary psychologist and thinker Carl Jung.
In "Art from Dreams," artist and poet Susan Levin channels her nighttime journeys into complex, symbolic mixed-media work that recalls the archetypal imagery discussed by legendary psychologist and thinker Carl Jung.
With endless ways to meet your match, online app Coffee Meets Bagel aims to give users an enticing spread of possible dates. Writer and filmmaker Ingrid Stobbe makes us wonder: If the keys to our hearts are online, who holds the lox?
With endless ways to meet your match, online app Coffee Meets Bagel aims to give users an enticing spread of possible dates. Writer and filmmaker Ingrid Stobbe makes us wonder: If the keys to our hearts are online, who holds the lox?
"Motherhood has been considered an extension of womanhood for centuries, but in today's mainstream culture, becoming a mom can be perceived as a choice, an obligation, a rite of passage, an obstacle, a gift, or some combination of them all." Alyssa Siegel explores the joys and challenges of female fecundity: the 'M' word.
"Motherhood has been considered an extension of womanhood for centuries, but in today's mainstream culture, becoming a mom can be perceived as a choice, an obligation, a rite of passage, an obstacle, a gift, or some combination of them all." Alyssa Siegel explores the joys and challenges of female fecundity: the 'M' word.

from LATE SUMMER * But we already did everything – Then it came on again and we were wearing it like the same dress a yellow one a little worn threadbare out of date lying in with wine glasses in more »

Poetry by Deborah Landau

from LATE SUMMER * But we already did everything – Then it came on again and we were wearing it like the same dress a yellow one a little worn threadbare out of date lying in with wine glasses in more »

Poetry by Deborah Landau
With staggering brush work and an impressionistic use of color, Sandra Cornejo delves into the constancy of solitude, interconnectivity, and the inevitable collision of both, often using natural settings to heighten the intensity of the contrast.
With staggering brush work and an impressionistic use of color, Sandra Cornejo delves into the constancy of solitude, interconnectivity, and the inevitable collision of both, often using natural settings to heighten the intensity of the contrast.
As a kick-off to Fashion Week 2014, Psychology Tomorrow Magazine and legendary photographer Bill Hayward took over the High Line Hotel in Chelsea, along with passers-by and artists of all media at the "Let Loose Your Fashion" event.
As a kick-off to Fashion Week 2014, Psychology Tomorrow Magazine and legendary photographer Bill Hayward took over the High Line Hotel in Chelsea, along with passers-by and artists of all media at the "Let Loose Your Fashion" event.
Unlike most women, Melissa Daum has gained access to her feminine nature in a way few can grasp. In this illuminating feature, Daum brings us into an intense, exotic, and perhaps eccentric world, wrapping us deftly around her finger.
Unlike most women, Melissa Daum has gained access to her feminine nature in a way few can grasp. In this illuminating feature, Daum brings us into an intense, exotic, and perhaps eccentric world, wrapping us deftly around her finger.

Books By Contributing Authors & Artists

I Am Here: Opening the windows to life and beauty.
by Georgi Y. Johnson
Your Brain on Sex
by Stanley Siegel
The Sixth Sense of Children
by Litany Burns
Focalizing Dynamic Links
by Michael Picucci and Barry Lipscomb
Opening Intuitive Flow Through Artwork
by Giora Carmi
Bad Behavior
by Bill Hayward
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