Pepper Schwartz

Pepper Schwartz (born May 11, 1945) is an American sociologist and sexologist teaching at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, United States. She is the author or co-author of numerous books, magazines, website columns, and a television personality on the subject of sexuality.

Schwartz is notable for her work in the 1970s and early 1980s that culminated in the book, with Philip Blumstein, ''American Couples: Money-Work-Sex'' which surveyed lesbian couples, gay male couples and heterosexual couples.

Schwartz also serves as the Love & Relationship Expert & Ambassador for AARP and writes the column The Naked Truth.

She is also one of the experts on the FYI / AE TV show "Married at First Sight (U.S. TV series)".

Dr. Schwartz serves on the board of advisors to Life.Cafe.

Schwartz is on the advisory board to [ Ro], an end-to-end service for chronic health conditions. Ro handles everything from online diagnosis to the convenient delivery of treatment. Schwartz advises [ Roman], Ro's vertical for men's health and [ Zero], Ro's vertical for fighting addiction. She joins the advisory board with Karen Tandy (previous Head of the DEA), Dr. Peter Schlegel, Dr. Matthew Fink, and Dr. Steven Lamm. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1994
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Published 2014
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