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Motto, from the editors of Time Magazine, share an excerpt from Wendy Strgar’s latest book, Sex That Works, on the myriad of mental and physical benefits of masturbation. “Opening yourself up to more sexual pleasure will make you recognize the beauty in your body as it is, and inspire you to treat it better.”
Wendy outlines these five bad technology habits that might be ruining your relationship. in an interview with Marie Claire. “Our attention is the most generous thing we can offer someone we love, which explains why feeling heard by someone is akin to feeling loved by them.”
Breakthrough! Wendy Strgar’s pioneer work with PETA to fight animal testing has finally paid off. In a precedent-setting victory, Good Clean Love has eliminated the need for animal experiments previously mandated by the FDA approval. According to PETA, Good Clean Love has “opened the door for other companies to use non-animal tests.” Read more about Wendy’s social entrepreneurship here.
The Savvy Women’s Alliance empowers women to lead non-toxic lives with helpful resources and community support. Most recently they featured Wendy Strgar’s story on their blog: “Let’s talk about a woman who is breaking the taboos. Wendy Strgar has been making safer products for women, talking openly about healthy sex lives, and teaching women to be advocates for their sexual well being for years. “
The secret to achieving orgasm? Wendy Strgar tells POPSUGAR: stop focusing on it so much. “Falling into the sexual process with no end goal in sight and really digging the sensational experiences of being touched, fondled, and kissing is where arousal wakes up and begins its mysterious journey to orgasm,…”
Drawing on her book and strong emotional intelligence, Wendy Strgar shares five (healthy) ways to cope with a big breakup: “The truth about our feelings is that they need our attention, and once they are witnessed, they transform on their own.”
Founder of Good Clean Love, Wendy Strgar, receives glowing New York Times review for her latest book, Sex That Works.
“Thoughtful, well-written … inspirational … Strgar makes very good points about how we confuse sexual freedom with sexual license, resulting in a hookup culture that has us faking orgasms like porn stars. Authentic sexual freedom, she writes, means ‘taking responsibility for our own sexual needs.’ This book shows us how to do just that …”
“One of the great mysteries of life is the way our sexual encounters—especially the most memorable and passionate ones—live outside of space and time. It’s almost as if time stands still and bends itself around the encounter.” Read more in Wendy’s piece, ‘The One Thing That Turns Ordinary Sex Into Extraordinary Lovemaking.’
“If they’re old enough to ask the question, they’re old enough to have an answer.” Wendy Strgar explains the importance of teaching our children consent in a Chicago news interview about reducing college sexual assaults.
Wendy advocates speaking up and taking responsibility in your relationship in ‘Expert Tips for Taking the Pressure Off Valentine’s Day.‘ Why? “The fantasy that our partners should know what would make us happy keeps us from happiness.”
“Strgar told HB that many women don’t have the language to explore what sexy feels like to them. We confuse sexuality with being sexualized—meaning we see ourselves as sexy when someone else views us as sexy.”
“One of my best memories of my four pregnancies was how sexually awake I became. You’re forced to try new positions to find what works.” – Wendy Strgar shares in ‘How to Have Awesome Sex While You’re Pregnant.’
Is there such thing as a soulmate? How do you know when a relationship is right? Wendy share some of her thoughts in an interview with Ask Men. “The relationship not only brings out the better selves of both partners but it also encourages the independence and freedom to evolve even more. Often, people feel like this relationship is new to them, different from previous ones in the ways that it builds us up and gives us hope.”
In “5 Tips To Up Your Chances Of Having An Orgasm, According To A Sex Expert” Wendy Strgar shares all her knowledge on the mysterious O, (and what’s blocking you from attaining it.)
In a conversation about masturbation Wendy hones in on sexual autonomy. “The guy isn’t the magic,’ says Strgar. “We’re the magic.” “There’s only one way to learn about your sexuality, and that’s to dive right in.”
“There are a lot of men who become dependent on this kind of stimulation to such a degree that they become unable to respond to intimacy with their partners,” – Wendy Strgar talks porn and relationships.
In ‘Over 40 Dating Tips: What Changes and What Stays the Same’ Wendy concludes that, “As long as you’re taking care of yourself, staying active and staying positive, there’s no reason you won’t meet someone later in life.”
“Wendy received an email from [Jane] Fonda seeking insights into the organic lube business based on Wendy’s experience in building her company Good Clean Love. Wendy flew from her home in Oregon to Los Angeles and met with Fonda and Tomlin on the set, where she regaled the stars with stories about why she started the company (out of her own need), why organic lubes are important (most lubes have petrochemicals that carry risks of vaginal infection and increased susceptibility to HIV and STD), and the need for frank talk about sex.”
In ‘6 Techniques to Become Multi-Orgasmic Every Time’, Wendy Strgar shares tips from her book Sex That Works: A Woman’s Guide to Embracing the Erotic, Awakening Arousal, and Deepening Intimacy.
Wendy Strgar shares her philosophy of ‘slow sex‘: “Yet in spite of the enormous spending on ‘fast food’ virtual orgasms, I believe most of us would pay more for real, organic sex, the kind that changes you from the inside out. This rare breed of intimacy is the one that inspires songs and movie scripts, the kind of sex that grows out of a relationship in which you are connected as deeply in life as in the bedroom.”
Wendy Strgar shares her story and some loveologist wisdom in an interview with Amazingy Magazine. “When I think about it, about Good Clean Love, about sex, love, marriage, life, in the end it all comes down to this: In the final moments of your life, it’s all about the people that you love, and the people that love you.”
“Wendy Strgar, founder of Good Clean Love, said she wished that she had had a place for her business and access to other entrepreneurs when she was starting out. So last year when she leased more space for Good Clean Love’s headquarters on West Fifth Avenue in Eugene, she remodeled a suite of offices and set up Bloom — a shared work space for women-owned ventures.”
“The 53-year-old former activist and educator first concocted the sexual lubricants in her kitchen in hopes of saving her marriage. She founded Good Clean Love in 2006, and has since expanded the line of vegan lubricants to include body oils and candies.”
Wendy Strgar’s mission hasn’t changed since the beginning. Read about her struggle and success as a social entrepreneur: “When people use my products, I want that to be because they are trying to love each other.”