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DR. KORT WAS QUOTED IN NEW YORK TIMES ON MARCH 20, 2014 Friday September 26 2014 - DR. KORT WAS QUOTED IN NEW YORK TIMES ON MARCH 20, 2014

Then there’s the tricky matter of identity versus behavior. Joe Kort, a Michigan-based sex therapist whose next book is about straight-identified men who are married but who also have sex with men, says that “many never tell anyone about their bisexual experiences, for fear of losing relationships or having their reputation hurt. Consequently, they’re an invisible group of men. We know very little about them.".

- Dr. Joe Kort
DR. KORT ON 'WHAT MEN WANT WOMEN TO KNOW ABOUT SEX' IN WOMEN'S DAY Friday September 26 2014 - DR. KORT ON 'WHAT MEN WANT WOMEN TO KNOW ABOUT SEX' IN WOMEN'S DAY

Men like a good quest; unfortunately, these days, there are so few. But romance earns that distinction. Allow us to court you; make us deserve your desire. Dr. Kort makes an additional point: “Emotional intimacy is about closeness, but sustaining sexual desire demands a certain amount of distance.” How do couples strike this tricky balance? By allowing each partner to have what he calls “separate sexuality”: a sexual life that doesn’t include, but doesn’t betray, the other. 

- Dr. Joe Kort

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