2010 May 12

Correspondence We Actually Received: Desirability Edition

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Chic is always thrilled when fashion and health converge, but in this case...what ever happened to privacy? 

Today, actress and TV personality Lisa Rinna and sexual health expert Dr. Laura Berman are joining the Society for Women’s Health Research to launch a new women’s health campaign, “Sex Brain Body: Make the Connection.”  The educational campaign focuses on lack of desire in women and is designed to help women recognize and better understand the link between the brain, the body and sexual desire.

I’ve attached the press release announcing the launch of the campaign, as well as the campaign survey fact sheet, which includes some interesting new findings about women’s and men’s perceptions of sexual desire.  Both Lisa Rinna and Dr. Berman are available for interviews this week.  I attached Lisa Rinna’s bio for your reference as well.  

Please let me know if you are interested in more information or would like to speak with either of the spokespeople—hope to hear from you soon! 

Thank you, [redacted]

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