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For younger generations, dating is a complicated mystery. Apps like Tinder and Bumble are supposed to foster connection, but instead serve as a reminder of how painfully single we are. Certified sexologist and intimacy coach Shan Boodram—the most sought-after sex educator on the internet—is about to change all that. In this essential how-to guide, she addresses the realities of life today—when the rules of love and attraction are fluid—and teaches a group of young women how to become master daters in just sixty days. It starts with you.
It brings out the best in each individual and every person has a fair shot at the desired outcome. The competition is steeper. People are waiting longer to make connections.
In her funny, personable book, she asserts that landing the person of your dreams starts with you…Boodram dares to be blunt, but is never unkind. She is a certified sexologist and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband where she is a full-time vocal advocate for healthy intimacy. I was so nervous, my mind was going a mile a minute with insecure questions. Are these girls going to like me? But the worst that could happen was that I would just end up single like I had been. So, here goes nothing. I was pretty surprised to get the email from Shan that she wanted to hop on a call with me all of a sudden this thing became real. This was when I started to question if this was even something that I really wanted to do, but I decided to just keep going with it because there was nothing to lose at that point. When I first saw the submission post I almost just scrolled on.