- n. Plural form of sexpert.
“Hot young women who say they are "sexperts" are often pictured on the covers of their books, and one was egotistical enough to include her picture on every page in her book.”
“You'll be seeing an increase in media coverage that's based on stories about sexual techniques, positions and activities that all come with product placements endorsed by 'sexperts' with something to sell -- their books, sex toys, stores, websites ...”
“It's just the latest piece in the jigsaw of the female libido, an enigma that now feeds a multi-million pound industry, with battalions of 'sexperts' racing to uncover the magic formula that will deliver the gift of better sex for all.”
“Self-confessed 'sexperts' Katie Dunn, Britany Edwards and Paula Charlton can't wait to see the movie and even spent the weekend watching the entire series from start to finish.”
“sexperts" will begin teaching classes, for men and women, on the worldly arts of sexually pleasing their partners.”
“On a swing through New England, the Fergusons narrowly miss Dartmouth's Second Annual Campus Sex Screening, a supposedly health-promoting event where, the flyers promised, "sexperts" would be giving "free demonstrations!" and the party favors included dental dams, glow-in-the-dark condoms and Ben & Jerry's ice cream.”
“This was a new one for me so I asked our online community to chime in along with sexperts, experts and friends.”
“There are a lot of sexperts out there who say, “Do all sorts of things, go get a lap dance, do this, do that,” and they sound very progressive.”
“Compromise is something all counselors and sexperts and most people say is part and parcel of a marriage.”
“This one appears to be covered in silicone, which many sexperts say is the preferred material for "insertables".”
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