Lou Paget is a certified AASECT* sex educator and grassroots researcher whose quest for accurate, practical information for herself has created a highly successful international seminar and product company with a focus on lifestyle and cultural trends that impact our sexuality, health, and relationships. Paget began organizing her Los Angeles-based women's focus groups on sexuality and health in the early '90s.
She has single-handedly given the arena of sexual education and information a more accessible and honest attitude. Her corporation's name, Frankly Speaking, Inc., is inspired by an acronym for the principles she values most in sexual education: Freedom, Respect, Accuracy, Non-judgmental, Knowledge
Lou Paget's one-hour television special on the WE Network, MAKING LOVE HAPPEN WITH LOU PAGET will premiere on Tuesday, August 1st. Her 5th book, HOT MAMAS: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO STAYING SEXY THROUGHOUT YOUR PREGNANCY AND THE MONTHS BEYOND released with Gotham Press, January 2005. Lou Paget has been busy in all other media as well. Her extensive media list can be found here. As she continues her quest for information in the field of relationships, Paget has been prominetly featured in the HBO program REAL SEX, and the massively successful British documentary SEX TIPS FOR GIRLS. Equally respected by her peers in the fields of sexuality research, she regularly presents at national and international professional conferences. Paget is also expanding into different seminar markets, taking advantage of more international marketing opportunities, developing product lines of adult novelties that work, and expanding her broad media collaborations.
With her trademark calm, fearless intelligence, Paget delivers the core essence of information about intimacy. As an international bestselling author of FIVE books, translated into TWENTY-SIX languages, and represented in over SIXTY countries with over THREE million copies sold, it is clear that global audiences are hungry for Paget's expertise. When it comes to intimacy and sexuality, Paget says, "Common sense isn't all that commonly practiced but we all want it."
* American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists.
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