Category Archives: Sexologists

What is sexology? Who is a sexologist? What is sex therapy?


We begin this journal by explaining the basic terms that are often used to clarify the differences between each of them for our readers.

What is sexology?

Sexology is the scientific study of issues related to sexuality and sex life from the point of genital, physiological, social and psychological; this biopsychosocial covering all the aspects of human sexuality.

Who is a sexologist?

A sexologist is a professional sexology applying that knowledge in sex therapy in order to solve the sexual problems of people.

What is sex therapy?

Sex therapy is a systematic process established jointly by the client and the professional, consisting of techniques and strategies for analysis, assessment and treatment of sexual problems.


If we look at the people who come to the consultation by sex, in our case, there is no great difference between women and men, although, when they come in pairs and not individually, the woman is usually that encourages men to come to therapy.

What are the methods for female orgasms ?


Let’s see:
• Masturbation: 4.37%
• clitoral orgasm: 45.15%
• Set among couples: 9.7%
• intercourse and clitoral orgasm: 10.3% (care that intercourse would not be worth just joined the clitoris)

A widespread rumor among the population is one that says women feign. Well, it’s not a rumor, it is a reality. Sometimes they pretend women and studies about corroborate.

Thus we have:
20.4% of women fake sometimes.
14.3% of women feign half the time.
93.9% of women feel forced to pretend.

After seeing, ie only 13.2% of women reach orgasm through intercourse, which many women pretend, etc. we can ask the key question: what is the use coitus then? Intercourse serves primarily to breed and some women reach orgasm this way.

If we focus a bit in 17.28% of women who can not reach orgasm, we can start with the problem that concerns this group of people and called anorgasmia.

A anorgasmic people we can divide them into two groups:
a) Women who come to see and know they have a problem (70.17%)
b) Women who do not believe have problems (23.73%)


Women who come to see and believe they have a problem, assuming that we are only talking about a anorgasmia without being joined other pathology, have good prognosis and even better if they are collaborators. Treatments are not usually long and the success rate is high.
Women who do not think they have problems, they usually have a worse prognosis and therapy is longer, but the fact is that not often go to therapy unless either by force majeure.

A anorgasmic in general, but especially a group of them who are single, old enough to flirt, socialize, make friends … it hard to relate to children, especially those who are attracted sexually, for fear that relationship, in a point, do need to confess your problem, ie, they have problems with so-called social skills; however, this problem with proper therapy is easily solved.