Jess Beaton writes "Orgasmic Chemistry," a sex column for the Johns Hopkins University Newsletter. News story in the Baltimore Sun.
From the Sun article:
After Jess Beaton's boss recovered from his initial embarrassment, "Orgasmic Chemistry" became kind of "an office joke" - which got old fast.
"It was funny the first couple of times," she said. "And then it was like, shut up. After a while it was like, let's talk about human rights in Africa. But they always wanted to talk about the sex column."
In her superiors' eyes, she said, the column ultimately seemed to eclipse her professional insights, and almost her whole presence.
Another writer who was a little down on her column experience has been at it the longest. A graduate student at New York University, 29-year-old Yvonne Fulbright has churned out "Sexpert Tells All" for the past four years.
True, the publicity facilitated the promotion of her first book, The Hot Guide to Safer Sex, and helped secure her an agent for a second (at the moment called Twenty Minute Tantric)...
Recent articles include:
Girls can take things into their own hands - about female masturbation. This one has a classic feedback comment that you must read, by a business owner from Michigan who has a pillowcase with Joaquin Phoenix's picture on it...
How to keep a hook-up as just a hook-up
When girls smooching other girls can be bad
Bad sex can ruin mood and morale
Laying down the law: the booty call contract
Role play your way to sexual satisfaction
Get tied up with something besides work this weekend
and my favorite title:
Getting some T&A from your own TA