Pepper SchwartzPepper 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 [https://ro.co/ Ro], an end-to-end service for chronic health conditions. Ro handles everything from online diagnosis to the convenient delivery of treatment. Schwartz advises [https://www.getroman.com/ Roman], Ro's vertical for men's health and [https://quitwithzero.com/ 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