Sex On The Couch
Sex On The Couch was a six-part series offering a unique insight into modern relationships and the pressures they face by following real-life couples as they bring their sexual and emotional issues to sex therapists in a specially constructed clinic.
Pure Eros Podcast I was a guest in two episodes of the Pure Eros Podcast. One discussing Compulsive Sexual Behaviours and one discussing Toxic Masculinity. . The podcast episodes are available on Spotify.
The Good Grief Conversation Podcast I spoke with Janet Jones about the complexities of grief. It is available on UK Health Radio.
Intimology I discussed Coming Out with Intimology. It is available on Intimology Instagram.
Sex Rated Podcast I talked about sex and sex therapy. October 2019.
Newspaper, magazine and radio interviews
I am regularly asked to comment on topics of sex and relationships for newspapers and magazines.
Some of my contributions were:
Cosmopolitan - August 2020: I spoke about foot fetish.
Patient - August 2020: I was interviewed on the subject of sexual fantasies.
BBC Radio London - August 2020: I discussed pornography not being addictive.
Cosmopolitan - August 2020: I offered my thoughts on the damaging trend of 'genital matchmaking'.
The Independent- August 2020: I commented on the Netflix film '365 Days'.
Dazed - August 2020: I commented on 'virtual affairs' during lockdown.
Stylist - July 2020: I featured in an article discussing attachment styles.
BBC 3 - July 2020: I discussed the difference between BDSM and sexual assault disguised as 'rough sex'.
Guardian - May 2020: I offered some advice on a couple's mismatched kink for the Ask Annalisa Barbieri problem page.
Sheerluxe - March 2020: I gave some modern tips for first date etiquette.
Mashable - February 2020: I offered some advice on how to survive Valentine's Day.
Cosmopolitan - January 2020: I discussed the benefits of holding hands. Touch is good for our mental health and overall health. Holding hands is soothing. And it can be an act of courage and defiance for the LGBTQ+ community.
The Guardian - January 2020: I offered some tips on how to make the bedroom an erotic place and not just a place for sleeping.
Red Magazine - December 2019: I discussed how to improve sex life with My Viv products.
Daily Telegraph - 2019: I talked about ageing men experiencing decreasing sexual desire. I offered some simple tips on what to do to boost libido.
The Daily Mail - 2019: I featured in an article on National Orgasm Day explaining the barriers of female orgasms and what can be done for more sexual pleasure.
Sunday Times - 2019: I was interviewed on the topic of sexual abuse and BDSM practices. Many people practicing BDSM do not have a history of sexual abuse. And many people who have been sexually abused are not attracted to BDSM. But for many, BDSM practice is a powerful healing process after sexual abuse as well as thriving sexually and being intimacy-enhancing. It is a great way to feel connected to your partner and experience deep trust within the erotic and sexual area.
Sustain Natural: I was interviewed by Jo Murphy on the topic of 'sex addiction'. Changing language around mental health is so important. The term 'sex addiction' has taken on cultural meaning with no clinical backing. The label 'addiction' is limiting and can be damaging.
The Daily Telegraph: I spoke about male fertility issues in the context of a fertility test being available.
QX Magazine - October 2014: I was interviewed on gay men's mental health.
Gay Times: In 2018, I was a monthly columnist writing expert articles on sex and relationships and general mental health well-being for Gay Times .
I occasionally appear on television news to make a comment on current affairs. I was interviewed on Channel 5 News on how to manage the Coronavirus anxiety at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.
Listen to Dr Joe Kort's Podcast Smart Sex Smart Love
I spoke with Dr Joe Kort on the potential harm of 'sex addiction' treatments and 12-step 'sex addiction' programmes as their process can be akin to a modern version of 'conversion therapy'. Although it is largely unspoken, people can be traumatised by such programmes.
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