Dollars and Sex

Dr. Marina Adshade is author of the book, Dollars and Sex: How Economics Influences Sex and Love. Dr Adshade has spent the last ten years teaching economics and engaging in original economic research. In 2008, she launched an undergraduate course titled Economics of Sex and Love, which invited her students to approach questions of sex and love through an economist’s lens. The class was an immediate hit with students and, by the time the first term started, had generated international media attention.

Activate 7 Masculine Powers

Karen is a leading voice for the empowerment of men, and an awakened masculinity. She is the author of Open Her: Activate 7 Masculine Powers to Arouse Your Woman’s Love & Desire. Karen Brody’s professional background includes a MA in Counseling Psychology and BA in Journalism, alongside a lifetime of personal growth work.

Portland Happiness Center

Rodrigo Baena is a Brazilian author, speaker, and a Certified Executive Coach specializing in happiness. He is founder of The Portland Happiness Center, a place for courses, coaching, and community for a happier life. His latest book is Sex, Happiness and other stories – People talk about finding joy in their relationships.

Dirty Little Secrets

Our guest this week on Pathways is Kerry Cohen, author of the book, Dirty Little Secrets: Breaking the Silence on Teenage Girls and Promiscuity. Kerry is the author of nine books, including Loose Girl: A Memoir of Promiscuity. She writes and has a private psychotherapy practice in Portland. Kerry is available for one-on-one writing instruction and therapeutic consultation for issues related to promiscuity.

Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex

Mary Roach is the author of the new book Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex. Her previous books are Stiff: The Curious Loves of Human Cadavers and Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife. Mary’s writing has appeared in such publications as Wired, National geographic, GQ, Vogue, and the New York Times Magazine. She is a former columnist at Salon.com and contributing editor at the science magazine Discover. Mary has always gravitated to the peculiar, covering subjects such as Eskimo food, carrot addiction and amputee bowling. She lives in Oakland, California.