A language spoken evocatively.
Lorelei is a student from Portland, OR finishing the last year of her undergraduate. In the Fall of 2013 she will graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, specializing in Gender, Sexuality, and Queer studies, with plans to return to graduate school for Couples and Marital Counseling. She started suggestivetongue in 2008 to help others find answers to the questions they had pertaining to sex and sexuality.
More than just a place to discuss new concepts, she uses the site as a way to reflect on her own personal discoveries in respect to psychology, sexuality, sex, monogamy, non-monogamy, polyamory, and sometimes neuroscience. She believes in the power of openness and writing from personal experience.
The goal of suggestivetongue is to discuss things that are extraordinarily culturally relevant, and to remove the shame that is attached to sex and sexuality. She enjoys sharing new ideas and connecting with people who have similar or diverse perspectives.
Courses she has taken that might influence her bias:
Human Sexuality, Violence and Aggression, Sex and The State, Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace, Black Feminism/Womanism, Social Psychology, Hormones and Behavior, Principles of Behavior Analysis, Queer Studies, Philosophy of Sex and Love, Cognition, Psychopathology, Marriage and Intimacy, Evolutionary Psychology, Perception, Counseling, Sex and The Family, Psychology of Women, Non-Verbal Communication, Research Methods, Bodies, Power, and Places, Family Studies, Knowledge Values and Rationality, History of Sexuality, Class, Race, Gender and Sex in the United States, Gender and Sexualities, The Science of Women’s Bodies, Sexual Minority Youth at Risk. In Progress: Neurophysiology.