It’s pretty cool, really, that a “sexologist” and an optometrist and an oncologist, say, are all more or less in the same general categorical profession. Sure, if you’re a doctor, you’re probably none of those things, statistically speaking. But there are many specialists who are. We don’t claim to know what goes into becoming a sexologist, of course, being merely “bachelors” of our various trades, but Dr. Lindsey Doe does know, presumably. She’s got the , Ph.d after her name, anyway, which should help allay some of your fears about having a (non-balls-having) lady lecture you on what’s really going on down there between your legs.
Plus, she’s one of those adults who has braces! What could possibly be less threatening/more endearing than that? And look, even if you think you know enough about the boys, you are at least going to learn some new euphemisms. You’d better commit those to memory while you still can.
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