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Women's Sexuality Center

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Women's Sexuality Center

3905 State St. #209

Santa Barbara, California,93105

United States

Company Description

The Women's Sexuality Center is devoted to the sexual empowerment and fulfillment of women through education, healing and support. The Center was founded in 1993 by Pamela Madison. Read more about The Women's Sexuality Center in the pressroom. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Director

Santa Barbara City College


Affiliations

WSC

Founder


Web References(90 Total References)


GenderTalk Program Topic Index

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Pamela Madison
Pamela Madison Women's Sexuality Center director, on better sex thru spirituality (3/12/01)


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Pamela Madison, founder and director of the Santa Barbara Women's Sexuality Center, on better sex through spirituality
Pamela Madison, founder and director of the Women's Sexuality Center in Santa Barbara, is a licensed acupuncturist, sex educator and pioneer in the field of female sexuality. Pamela helps women to raise their sexual self esteem, experience greater orgasmic abilities and increase their connection between sexuality and spirituality. She teaches sexual empowerment programs, tantric trainings and maintains an extensive private practice in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. Her groundbreaking work also includes recovery from psychosexual traumas such as childhood and ritual sexual abuse, rape and FGM (female genital mutilation). We talked with Pamela about the connection between spirituality and sexuality, and about how to move beyond one's personal limits to experience transformative sex. The Women's Sexuality Center (at www.womensexualitycenter.com) is devoted to the sexual empowerment and fulfillment of women through education, healing and support.


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Pamela Madison, sex educator and pioneer, explores some specific sexual issues relating to gender
Pamela Madison, founder and director of the Women's Sexuality Center in Santa Barbara. Pamela is a licensed acupuncturist, sex educator and pioneer in the field of female sexuality. She helps women to raise their sexual self esteem, experience greater orgasmic abilities and increase their connection between sexuality and spirituality. She teaches sexual empowerment programs, tantric trainings and maintains an extensive private practice in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. Her groundbreaking work also includes recovery from psychosexual traumas such as childhood and ritual sexual abuse, rape and FGM (female genital mutilation). We spoke with Pamela about men who are hetero but are very female, and much more.


Supercharge Her Sex Drive

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"Phosphorus is important to help keep the vaginal tissues lubricated," which will help increase her comfort level and desire, says Pamela Madison, director of the Women's Sexuality Center in Santa Barbara, California.
Order a side of carrots-beta carotene raises blood levels of progesterone, a hormone linked to increased desire, says Madison.


The Art of Ecstatic Love -- Articles about Tantra, Spirituality, and Sacred Sexuality

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Pamela Madison - Director of Women's Sexuality Center
• It's A Chi Thing, Baby (from On Our Backs Magazine)


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