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Sexual Arousal

Men wake up to need for care; doctors lacking

Demand for doctors specialising in men's health is surging and the supply lags well behind the mainland's ever-growing needs, experts warned last week.

Wednesday, 2 November, 2011, 12:00am

Wetlands of a Woman

Wetlands of a Woman

McMuiMui Dansemble & Princess' Blackbox

Shouson Theatre, HK Arts Centre

Reviewed: Sept 12

16 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

Going undercovers

It's not often that you walk into a doctors' surgery and feel as if you've just entered a spa. Such is the decor at a Central clinic where a Balinese teak effect, silk curtains and double-glazed sliding glass doors have replaced the sterile white walls, stainless steel finishes and fluorescent lights typical of Hong Kong medical practices.

28 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Most people seeking sex therapy are professionals

A significant proportion of the couples who undergo therapy for sexual dysfunction are professionals who have completed university education.

14 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Medi Watch

Risks of flopping on the couch

12 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Arousal assured watching smoking teacher spank dead robber's armpit

A call from the scourge of the colonials, Yaqub Khan, alerted us to it.

'Dr Judith Mackay has turned her attention from smoking to poking,' he said.

Certainly, it was the first time that axillism has been discussed at lunchtime on what Reuter insists on referring to as 'government radio'.

17 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

Sex and the frustrated man

WHEN it comes to new and innovative ideas, Hong Kong is rarely slow to adopt them.

However, in the field of treating male impotence, it is unlikely a popular therapy in the United States will soon catch on in the territory.

Across the Pacific men suffering impotence - the inability to sustain an erection - are referred to surrogate partners.

12 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Sex not always the cause of crisis

DR Rose Ong (South China Morning Post, April 6) offers sound advice to the person requesting help to solve a sexual problem in her relationship.

As a marriage counsellor I have discovered that sex is not often the overriding problem in a relationship, but it frequently surfaces as a contributing factor in most marital distress.

13 Apr 1993 - 12:00am

Love is more than a feeling

NIGEL Hawkes in his article ''Love, a many splendoured body language'' (Saturday Review, March 6) presents some of the characteristics of romantic love or infatuation.

This intense emotional attraction, generally but not exclusively for the opposite sex, is a real and wonderful experience but it is not the sine qua non of Love.

7 Apr 1993 - 12:00am