“Systematic love? It works!”: O Talk with orgasm researcher Dr. Patricia Heitmann

There’s always something new to learn – even when it comes to sex. That’s why our author Edith Löhle invited Dr. Patricia Heitmann for an interview with O Talk. Following her university education in chemistry and education and a subsequent doctorate in educational science, Patricia now focuses on researching love and orgasm. Love psychology, orgasm science and self-confidence formulas – her coaching program for singles and couples has a lot to offer.

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In her day-to-day coaching work, Patricia encourages an increased sexual drive in women by focusing on their self-image and awareness. “As a sexual being, how do I see myself? Is it a black and white image, perhaps a little out of focus, far away? Or do I not want to see myself at all? Ideally, the image is in bright colors, it’s 3D, there’s Dolby surround – and I’m right in the middle of it – me as a sexual being”. According to Patricia, self-love promotes an improved sex life.

In the following video interview with O Talk, Patricia shares how to be nicer to oneself, the methods she teaches for a G-spot orgasm and the latest scientific revelations about sex and love. Let’s start the show!

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When I was a child I never understood why my friends’ parents would tear out the sexual education pages of BRAVO, the German teen magazine. Why didn’t we just talk about it? After all, sex concerns us all. That’s why I embarked on a career as a journalist 12 years ago. Here, I got to work closely with the Dr. Sommer team – a group of journalists answering questions about puberty and teenagers’ sexual concerns. Since then, I’ve been publishing content across a wide variety of German media. Having overseen the launch of media company Refinery29 in Germany as editor in chief, I now work as a freelance journalist and author, focusing on pieces about strong women, sexuality and body positivity. Through my work, I aim to challenge obsolete and outdated gender stereotypes and the discrimination of women.