Sex, Desire & Dating with Bettina Arndt (AWNY)
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When: 13 October 2015
6:30 - 8:30PM
Where: Interface
140 W 30th Street (btw 6th & 7th)
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Australian Women in New York

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             13 OCTOBER 2015


Sex, Desire & Dating with Bettina Arndt

From Australia’s first sex therapist to online dating coaching – Bettina Arndt talks about her amazing career

Tuesday, 13 October 2015
6.30pm (7pm start)
140 W 30th Street (btw 6th & 7th), New York
$15 members / $20 non-members
Includes refreshments


Men are welcome and encouraged to attend


Hear Bettina's take on:

Why married women go off sex
Why sex means so much to men
Improvements we can make when online dating
Where are all the men?

About Bettina Arndt


Bettina Arndt trained as a clinical psychologist before becoming well known as one of Australia’s first sex therapists. As editor of Forum magazine, she taught medical students, doctors and other professionals and worked in the media educating the public about this fascinating subject. She then moved on to writing about broader social issues for leading newspapers and magazines.
As a respected social commentator she was invited onto government advisory committees covering issues from family law to childcare and ageing.

Bettina’s now back talking about sex - her book on sexual desire, The Sex Diaries became an international best-seller. Most recently she has looked at why sex means so much to men in her most recent book, What Men Want.

Bettina is much in demand on the speaking circuit and still appears regularly in the media but she’s also greatly enjoying her latest activity - online dating coaching. 

Read more about Bettina Arndt.

About Interface
Interface is a collaborative membership space for the curious, the disruptive, the engaged, and the mindful. A reflection of the people who comprise it, Interface was created to usher in a burgeoning neighborhood of those who seek to enrich their local and global communities. An ever-evolving 2,200 square foot space is designed to inspire and enable members through work and social space, bringing people together to channel expertise and enthusiasm into mindful solitude, collaborative experiments, intellectual introductions.

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