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Sex Talk with Doctor Lia

The Health Channel’s original production, ‘Sex Talk with Dr. Lia,’ returns for a third season of enlightening discussions about all things related to sex and relationships. Hosted by the candid and fearless Dr. Lia, alongside her witty co-host Derek Latta, Season 3 delves into the enigmatic realms that many long to explore. From kink to consent, fantasy to function, intimacy to injury, no taboo topic is off-limits.

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SEX TALK SEASON 3 Premieres Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 10 PM

Watch Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10 PM on the Health Channel.

Wednesdays at 11 PM on WPBT

Sundays at 11 PM on WXEL

Answers to YOUR Questions

How to Get in the Mood for Sex

Do CBD Gummies Affect Sex?

How To Tell If Your Partner Is Faking An Orgasm

What is Vaginal Estrogen?

How to Initiate Sex?

My Girlfriend Doesn’t Like Kissing, What Should I Do?

Season 2 episodes

1: Helping women improve sexual experience

2: What happens in sex therapy?

3: Science & sex

4: The benefits of morning sex

5: Making “sec time” last longer

6: I’m jealous of my wife´s vibrator!

7: Exercises for better sex

8: Focusing on foreplay

9: The importance of cuddling and physical touch

10: Improving your sex drive

11: How to talk about sex

12: Sex & sleep: What´s the connection?

13: Women & orgasms

14: Can medications cause ed?

15: The ABCs of lubricant

16: The health benefits of sex

17: How hormones affect your sex life

18: Love languages

19: How everyday foods can improve your love life

20: Sex & the brain

21: Is stress ruining your sex life?

Season 1

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Episode 4

Episode 5

Episode 6

Episode 7

Episode 8

Episode 9

Episode 10

Episode 11

Episode 12

Episode 13

Episode 14

Episode 15

Episode 16

Episode 17

Episode 18

Episode 19

Episode 20

Episode 21

Episode 22

Episode 23

Episode 24

Episode 25

Episode 26

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