Press – What They’re Saying About
Sheri Winston &
The Center for the Intimate Arts

Sex Is Natural. So Why Are So Many People So Bad at It?
The truth is, everyone can use some adult sex education.
By Liz Langley, AlterNet. Posted March 3, 2009.

Leave it to me to bogart the pussy. The pussy isn’t mine, it isn’t real and it isn’t the only one I’ll be seeing in the next few days. It is a luxuriant, anatomically correct pillow about the size of a large cat (no kidding).
It belongs to Sheri Winston, sex educator, counselor, former nurse practitioner/midwife and founder of the Center for the Intimate Arts, who is here in Orlando, Fla., to teach classes on Wholistic SexualityTM. It’s an approach that feels intuitive, taking broad scope of influences into account — culture, history, biology and mostly our relationship with oursevles — in helping us develop our sexual potential. Winston’s pillow has a velvety vestibule, silky lips and a pearly little clitoris that winks out from the upper center, all to better illustrate points in some of the 52 classes she feels a passionate calling to teach.

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The Key to Sexual Happiness Lindy Shepherd writes about Sheri & Wholistic SexualityTM in the The Orlando Weekly

Sexpert gives advice, tips for a healthier sex life
CJ Pruner writes in the Independent Florida Alligator


The Dr. Pat Show: Dr. Pat Baccili interviews Sheri Winston about sexual abuse and incest.Sheri talks to Dr Patricia Baccili about sex abuse and incest.
Sheri discusses sexual abuse and incest with Dr. Pat Baccili on The Dr. Pat Show at Listen in.


The Art of Sexploration
Sharon Nichols reports on Sheri Winston’s Wholistic SexualityTM Workshops

Carnal Knowledge
The Montreal Mirror
by Chris Barry

Wild Women Take Over Brooklyn!
No-holds-barred workshop explores female sexuality
By Geraldine Visco