Making sex normal | Debby Herbenick | TEDxBloomington

The belief that human beings — throughout their lives — deserve to have access to accurate information about their bodies and sexuality drives much of Debby Herbenick’s work. Among her greatest passions is translating sexual science to the general public through teaching, books, columns, podcasts, television, social media, blogging, crafting, public art, and her latest project: Make Sex Normal. Herbenick is a research scientist at Indiana University’s School of Public Health-Bloomington, co-director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion, and sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. The author of five books about sex and love, her latest is “Sex Made Easy: Your Awkward Questions Answered for Better, Smarter, Amazing Sex” (Running Press, 2012). She is also one of the lead investigators of the largest nationally representative studies about sex in America, the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior. @DebbyHerbenick


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48 thoughts on “Making sex normal | Debby Herbenick | TEDxBloomington

  1. Lol that's old ppl and religious ppl
    Normal kids know more than they need to if they care….YouTube and other sites…

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  3. The issue I had w my guy was the fact he diesnt know how to pleasure a wo MN in bed.i broke it off w him though,he said he never got this complained before,I told him its cause I'm actually vocal bout it.personal I think he needs to give it up any ways since hes in his late 50s and he has a hard time keeping his stamina up w it,plus he smokes and overweight.

  4. My great grandma told me she asked a relative with 5 children how her baby would come out, she answered " same bloody way they go in"
    My nana is 100 now, I'll never forget that story 🙂

  5. Some people you just can't fix they don't want to be fixed, they enjoy pushing you away and why they keep you around I have no clue why she wants me around, other than I think if I would have died during my surgery what would have been more different mental to her would have been thinking about starting a new relationship with someone and not want to be touched by them either it takes years to break somebody down and that's what she has done to me

  6. One of the reasons I didn't get into relationship is thinking that it would be sexless. I hardly get to see my parents, friends, relatives have sex or talk about it. So what hope is there that I'll get to do it. Also watching porn just sucks balls.

  7. I agree with everything you discussed. But here in Massachusetts, if you read a book about sex, the closed minded people will think it's perverted, unappropriated, sex offending, sick minded, and they might even call the cops on you. The world needs a better sex education in schools and at home.

  8. So somehow, from the dark ages where even cavemen knew where babies came out, to modern American society, women lost the instinct to know how babies were born? maybe for your family but I sure the rest of the world knows DAH

  9. A quote from my favorite show, I am not sure it is an exact quote.. but. "We exist because of sex. It's not something to be afraid of. It's something to honor. to enjoy." Sun Bak. Sense8

  10. Good luck on the making it normal WITH WOMEN. Most men I know, including me, are happy to talk about sex, like sex, and try to do both. It's the women who always resist both, and make men feel bad for wanting to talk about and have sex.

  11. I wish I had more patience to explain why I disagree with everyone in the comments who are against this video. Alas, it's just not worth the time I would have to put in.

    Live your lives. Try and be happy. Don't repress your sexuality. Let it out. Learn how to express it. Good luck.

  12. Thanks !! I just understood the sex factual . I always thought sex has the intention of reproduction , other than that it is just f**k

  13. If we all have sex more often, we all be happier, less aggressive, more living but we in AmerKKKa treat sex as either dirty activity or a new obscene act, but killing people is perfectly routine and normalized.

  14. It's so shameful that this woman is talking about something so candidly and openly that should only be discussed between a husband and his wife and she does it with a smile on her face for entertainment. May the Lord rebuke her.

  15. This woman is INSANE. Sex is sacred between 2 people, it shouldn't be whored out in the public forum. I stopped watching porn after I fell in love and we have amazing sex but it comes from real passion and intimacy, not 50 shades of rape.

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