Only women are interested in giving better fellatio?

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Tonight on Twitter, TheBetterSexDoc posted a tweet promoting a page containing tips on how to perform better fellatio. Only thing is, the Doc, who is identified as Dr. Mia Glanville as the user behind the tweets, promoted the page as something for women only. I did a double-take! Sorry, but I just never heard of a sex doctor who was so heterosexually-oriented. To boot, there’s a page on her site providing tips on how to pleasure a woman. But guess what? It’s for men only.

I’m not trying to make trouble. Honest. And I realize Glanville’s entire site is spun around the “women only” concept. I’m just confused, I guess. I suppose even sex doctors can be very conservative and vanilla about sex. Maybe I’m just way too naive. I’m definitely offended, though. Is Dr. Ruth this biased?

– Cassandra

  • Delmer

    No idea on Dr. Ruth, but it seems to me it's mostly marketing 'spin' ; her site, reminds me more of a MLM or get rich quick site than a physicians (sexual health or otherwise) site. Even the developer kit that was used to develop it – http://www.sitesell.com/ is clearly marketing oriented. Dig a little deeper, & it get's even better: http://www.better-sex-4-women.com/hot-newsflash… . She says: “Site Build It! is a all-in-one package that not only hosts my websites, but has given me all the tools and support I could possibly need to build a successful online business – without any prior knowledge or skills.”

    I'm all for marketing, but when it comes to Physicians and medical advice (sexual or otherwise) I'd rather not be “pitched” on said issues..hell, why doesn't she pimp”sham-wow super absorbent panties” and have a pop of Billy Mays screaming about his new “Prostate Blaster 3000″…..?

    Hey, “Prostate Blaster 3000″….now there's an idea…..!

  • Delmer

    No idea on Dr. Ruth, but it seems to me it's mostly marketing 'spin' ; her site, reminds me more of a MLM or get rich quick site than a physicians (sexual health or otherwise) site. Even the developer kit that was used to develop it – http://www.sitesell.com/ is clearly marketing oriented. Dig a little deeper, & it get's even better: http://www.better-sex-4-women.com/hot-newsflash… . She says: “Site Build It! is a all-in-one package that not only hosts my websites, but has given me all the tools and support I could possibly need to build a successful online business – without any prior knowledge or skills.”

    I'm all for marketing, but when it comes to Physicians and medical advice (sexual or otherwise) I'd rather not be “pitched” on said issues..hell, why doesn't she pimp”sham-wow super absorbent panties” and have a pop of Billy Mays screaming about his new “Prostate Blaster 3000″…..?

    Hey, “Prostate Blaster 3000″….now there's an idea…..!

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    I've seen a doctor touting the efficacy of penis enlargement pills on an infomercial. She had some really insulting things (in my rather uninformed opinion, since I don't have a penis, small or otherwise) to say. I've stopped expecting too much from professionals.

  • malin1

    the only trick is practice practice practice.

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    And then a little more. ; )

  • http://cyberspacebabes.com/ Mercy

    And then a little more. ; )