She may not be Bill Clinton, but she is definitely one of the most important people in the field of sexuality.  Dr. Patti Britton is the Immediate Past President of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). Past President’s of AASECT read like the “Who’s Who” of sexuality professionals.  AASECT is the leading organization that certifies sex therapists throughout the world.  As I was thinking about the honor of having Dr. Britton appear on our show, I couldn’t help but think back to the elation I felt the day I learned that my 75 page application to become an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist was approved by the certification committee.  In addition to adherence to a strict code of ethics, AASECT Certified Sex Therapists are required to meet a long list of educational, experiential and clinical requirements.  Few people are better equipped to discuss any sexual concern than Certified Sex Therapist, Dr. Patti Britton.  I hope you will join us for what promises to be an excellent show.  For more about the show:   To learn more about Dr. Patti Britton:

Kelloggs dumps Michael Phelps…

On February 7, 2009, in Uncategorized, by drneilcannon1


Olympic star Michael Phelps was dumped by Kelloggs Corn Flakes this week for smoking pot.  Interestingly, Kelloggs has a long history of rigidity.  Dr. John Harvey Kellogg originally created corn flakes as a health food back in 1906.  Kellogg was an influential author and proponent of health and nutrition.  Unfortunately, Dr. Kellogg also believed that many types of sexual activity were extremely unhealthy.  One of Dr. Kelloggs extreme beliefs was that masturbators required rehabilitation that included genital cages, sewing the foreskin of the penis shut and electric shock.  Genital mutilation was also an option that included circumcision without anesthetic for boys and carbolic acid on the clitoris for girls.  According to Kellogg, “The most loathsome reptile, rolling in the slush and slime of its stagnant pools, would not bemean itself by masturbating.” The moral of the story is that next time you boys choke the chicken, or you girls tickle the taco, just be thankful Dr. Kellogg wasn’t your pediatrician.