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  1. May 3, 2019 · When Dr. Ruth Westheimer first hit the airwaves in in the early 1980s, she was a woman on a mission: America’s favorite sex therapist—psychosexual therapist, she’ll correct you—says she ...

  2. Nov 9, 2023 · 239. Gabby Jones for The New York Times. By Allison Gilbert. Nov. 9, 2023. “I still will talk about orgasms,” Dr. Ruth Westheimer said during a conversation over the summer. “I still will ...

  3. May 4, 2019 · NPR's Scott Simon talks to the esteemed Dr. Ruth Westheimer about the new Hulu documentary, Ask Dr. Ruth, about her early life and rise to fame.

  4. May 5, 2019 · Dr. Ruth Westheimer revolutionized talk around sex in America. At 90, she's letting her own walls come down in a new documentary. As a Holocaust refugee, she says it's her duty to speak up.

  5. by Kathleen Thompson Last updated June 23, 2021. Ruth Westheimer. In Brief. Born in Germany in 1928, Ruth Westheimer survived the Holocaust because her mother sent her to a Swiss orphanage after Kristallnacht. After the war she went to Palestine, joined the Haganah, studied in Paris, and finally came to the United States.

  6. Dr. Ruth Westheimer is a psychosexual therapist who helped to pioneer the field of media psychology with her radio program, Sexually Speaking. It began in September of 1980 as a fifteen minute...

  7. Jun 3, 2018 · Speaking, Not Sexually, With Dr. Ruth at 90. Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the renowned sex therapist who became enormously popular through her frank discussions and advice, turns 90 on Monday.

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