Congratulations for taking the plunge on a new career choice to become a Certified Sexpert. You may have lots of questions before you decide if this career is right for you.
In this article we will answer our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on How to Become a Sexpert, including:
A sexpert, sex coach or sex educator (we use these terms interchangeably) is a professional who is trained and certified in the field of human sexuality. They help individuals and couples to:
Welcome to Loveology University’s preview of our course on Transgender Female to Male: An Overview of Trans Men’s Experience. This course offers a comprehensive overview of the transgender man’s experience, and how a person born physically as a woman can transition to a man’s gender assignment through testosterone hormone therapy and surgical reassignment procedures. The course covers the psychological and social aspects of gender dysphoria and transition, as well as trans male sexuality, sexual partners, dating, packing, sex tools and how to shift perspective to become one’s true male self.
What is Transgender?
If you are considering a career as a Life Coach or starting your own business as a Coach, now is the perfect time to get started. Life Coaching is a very rewarding career which allows you the freedom to be your own boss and gives you unlimited career potential. Work from home or enjoy travel and do your business from anywhere in the world. Choose how much you want to make and create your own rates. Enjoy a flexible schedule, setting your own hours so you can work when you want and still have lots of time off for friends and family.
Now Is the Best Time to Become a Life Coach
Why? Here are the statistics!
A Statistical Overview of the Coaching Industry
Welcome to Loveology University’s preview of our course on Transgender Male to Female: An Overview of Trans Women’s Experience. This course offers a comprehensive overview of the transgender woman’s experience, and how a person born physically as a man can transition to a woman’s gender assignment through feminizing hormone therapy, breast augmentation, hair removal, tracheal shaves and surgical reassignment procedures. The course covers the psychological and social aspects of gender dysphoria and transition, as well as trans female sexuality, sexual partners, dating and more.
What is Transgender?
Welcome to Loveology University’s overview of our course on: Cultural Competency - Cultural and Religious Influences on Love and Sex. This fascinating course looks at sexually through the lens of sociology and cultural diversity, viewing various cultures, religions and attitudes towards sex and love from a multi-cultural perspective.
The cultural context of a client’s life is just as important as the intent for which the client seeks help.
This course studies...
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Intimacy & Disabilities. This in-depth course will teach all about the challenges and triumphs of intimacy for people with disabilities.
Definition of Disability
“Disabilities is an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. An impairment is a problem in body function or structure; an activity limitation is a difficulty encountered by an individual in executing a task or action; while a participation restriction is a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life situations.”~ World Health Organization
What a Disability is Not:
Types of Disabilities
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Safe Sex. This in-depth course will teach you all about safe sex including sexually transmitted infections (STIs/STDs), how to protect yourself, safe sex statistics and more. This expert course was created by Dr. Ava Cadell and Dr. TaMara for Loveology University®.
A Sexually Transmissible Infection (STI – formerly called STD, or sexually transmitted disease) is an infection that can be passed on through vaginal, anal or oral sex. Most STIs are transmitted through the exchange of sexual fluids, but some can be passed on through skin to skin genital contact.
Having a sexually transmitted infection (STI) can definitely have an impact on sexual pleasure. An STI can cause significant pain to your internal and external sex organs. This pain may intensify during intercourse. STI’s can also be pretty tricky.
Some STIs, particularly gonorrhea and...
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Anal Sex. This in-depth course will teach you everything you want to learn about anal sex, anal pleasure, anal do’s and don’ts, as well as prostate massage, anal toys and anal taboos!
Anal Pleasure triggers immediate butt clenching response in vanilla America. The thought or visual image of rectal penetration is mortifying, gay, taboo, painful, wrong, unnatural, sinful, and unclean to some. Myths about “trunk butt” deter the curious, and laws about sodomy impede the tempted.
Butt… the naked truth is… There’s one thing that we all have in common… We all have a butt!
Anuses are the ultimate neutralizer. The anatomical make-up of an anus is much more similar in men, women, trans, gays, lesbians and bisexuals than their primary and secondary sex organs. The anus does not have a designation, gender or sexual preference.
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Boundaries & Taboos. This in-depth course will teach you how to be compassionate, open, and non-judgemental when it comes to your client’s unique sexual expressions.
Rather than judging paraphilias and fetishes as negative or taboo, Sex Coaches should seek to help their clients in a sex positive way, rather than thought of as deviant or abnormal. Instead we see these fetishes as unique sexual expressions along a sliding continuum of diverse sexual practises. Many of the sexual practices that we see as “normal” today such as anal sex, masturbation and even BDSM, were once thought of as deviant, wrong and even illegal.
What is Taboo?
“One man’s delicacy is another man’s taboo.”—Doctor Who
Webster’s Definition of Taboo:
adj. Banned on grounds of morality or taste
Welcome to Loveology University’s sneak preview video course on Communication for Couples. This in-depth course will teach you the fine art of communication between lovers, including intimate talk for lovers, types of communication, difference between male and female communication styles, positive communication, boundaries and how to say no, erotic words and dirty talking, talking about fantasies and much more.
Definition of Communication: A process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior.
Without ways to communicate with each other, the world would be a very lonely place. Besides being a basic survival skill in which we can express our needs, communication helps us to develop relationships so we can relate to each other, share experiences, love, deal with conflict, and build a stronger and healthier partnership.