Pevertey, Phil
May 2005
Pulse;5/28/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 21, p32
The article relates the author's experience on his involuntary role as a sex counselor aside from being a general practitioner. He expresses the tension he feels when asked about sex. A patient once consulted him about the pain felt when doing a certain sexual position. The author proclaims that he, by no means, is not knowledgeable on topics concerning sex especially without a college background on the topic. A woman also sought advice on her boyfriend's incapacity in sexual intercourse.


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