What Sex Means To A Man

April 21, 2017
Hosted by Colette Malan

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Episode Description

In this show Colette will be interviewing Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of the ground-breaking article: “What sex means to a man”. Men are often inaccurately seen as only caring about sex at the expense of real love. Dr. Gibson points out that for men sex is the deepest level of intimacy and connection he can experience with the woman he loves. Women get emotional intimacy through talking. Men don’t’ have societal permission to talk about their feelings, so they express their loving feelings, not through words, but through the experience of sex.

Making Love

Friday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

This show is for anyone who wants to have a loving intimate relationship and a great sex life. It addresses the many challenges that people face as they try to keep their love, and their lovemaking, vibrant and alive.

Colette Malan gives practical down-to-earth advice to everyday people who have sex and relationship problems sabotaging the intimate connection they want to have. She explores how lovemaking really does make more love in a relationship, and how essential love is to good sex.

Join Colette as she gives advice on how to become a better lover and how to love sex more. Making Love is broadcast live every Friday at 11 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

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Colette Malan

I'm a psychotherapist specializing in marriage therapy, and an AASECT certified sex therapist. My husband, Dr. Mark Malan PhD, and I are a husband- wife clinical team at Malan Relationship Health Clinic. We’ve helped thousands of couples in the last 22 years resolve their sex and relationship problems and develop rewarding intimacy.

If you want to have a great love life, but are struggling with relationship and sexual challenges, we can help you. My husband and I know first-hand what it feels like to have sex and relationship problems. Our sexual incompatibilities almost tore us apart, but we didn’t give up. We found answers and tools, and prioritized really loving each other. Now, after 38 years, we not only deeply love each other, but we are in-love with each other. We can guide you from where you are to where you want to be.

In addition to providing individual and couple therapy, we also provide communication and Tantra workshops and retreats. We are popular speakers, featured article authors, and have been guests on many radio and television shows. Check us out at sextherapyutah.com.

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Episode Directory

April 2017

  • 4/28/2017: How Being an Adult Child of Emotionally Immature Parents Can Affect Your Marriage and Sexuality Coming Soon
  • 4/21/2017: What Sex Means To A Man Listen Now
  • 4/14/2017: Making Love Really Does Make More Love Listen Now

Dr. Lindsay Gibson


My latest book, Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, answers the question: why are so many psychotherapy clients so much more self-aware than their family members? Realizing that these family members were highly emotionally immature, I set out to explore and explain their destructive interactions. By understanding our loved ones’ emotional immaturity, we can regain our trust in ourselves and get free from destructive effects of early childhood programming. In my previous book, Who You Were Meant To Be, I focused on how people can reconnect with their true self. This book helps people learn how to rely on their own emotional guidance, strengthen their self-awareness, and increase their energy for full living. After obtaining two graduate degrees in clinical psychology, I became a licensed clinical psychologist. For many years I taught classes of doctoral students as an adjunct assistant professor. My most popular articles can be found on my website www.drlindsaygibson.com. View Guest page

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