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Sex Therapist Has Hottest Take On Campus Sexual Assault, Says Women Can’t Say No To Sex Once Naked In Bed

Sex Therapist Has Hottest Take On Campus Sexual Assault, Says Women Can't Say No To Sex Once Naked In Bed

I don’t know much about Dr. Ruth Westheimer. Apparently, she is a popular sex therapist and has been giving advice on sex for longer than I have been alive. With that much experience in the sex game, she had a few thoughts on the Diane Rehm Show Monday about campus sexual assault. It’s definitely not what you’d expect unless you read the title of this article.

From the show’s transcript:

I know it’s controversial, but for your program, I’m going to stand up and be counted and, like I do in the book, be very honest. I am very worried about college campuses saying that a woman and a man or two men or two women, but I talk right now about woman and man, can be in bed together, Diane, and at one time, naked, and at one time, he or she — most of the time they think she can say, I changed my mind. No such thing is possible.

She went on to Twitter to say that she does not support rape, but still stood behind her comments.

 

As the resident therapist (I am not a licensed therapist. I only practice my skills on the impressionable females and pledges), I don’t know what exactly goes on in the mind of two people when they are naked in bed. I can only make an estimated guess that the two parties were wanting to bump uglies.

It’s a hot take from a seasoned pro in the field of sex. What do you guys think about it?

[via The Diane Rehm Show]

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The Therapist

Not a licensed therapist, but that doesn’t stop me anyway.

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