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This video is an update about our fight for signage for "The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health", www.crsh.com . I decided not to move into a building where a neighboring physician decided she didn't like the term, "sexual health", and the landlord sided with her telling meI needed to change the name of my business and took down the name of my business which was up for weeks.
When it comes to sex, the most uncomfortable people in the room have all the power" Doug Braun-Harvey, Certified Sex Therapist
Our group practice titled, The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health” is expanding and we now have 13 therapists so we need more room and move in two weeks.
Our new landlord decided to take issue with the language “sexual health” two weeks before we move in because of a pediatrician in the building who saw it listed in the directory and thinks that “sex addicts” and “sex offenders” will be in the building.
Read my latest article on Psychology Today.
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@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost Thank you very much. There’s an article similar to this one by David Ley and Psychology Today you could find.
@drjoekort @Timmy________ @PsyPost I have heard variations of this. I don’t know how exactly true it is but I’ve heard of it.