She sagely told Elle that a woman’s power wasn’t in her head, but in her front bum. She told Elle to ‘hold her sex’ (basically put a hand on her lady bits) and chant ‘I take my power back’.
Elle found it a bit weird to start with, but she gamely joined in and eventually convinced both Louise and herself that she was ready to take charge of her life.
During the launch episode, viewers saw Elle chat to sex therapist Louise about her relationship.
Louise was convinced that Elle, who was called a ‘c**t’ by her boyfriend Andy earlier on in the show, had a ‘dried up’ vagina that needed sorting.
Research suggests that queer people are at higher risk for depression, anxiety, and addiction or substance abuse. It is our hope that LGBTQ individuals find LGBTribe to be a safe outlet for them to discuss these challenges and find a sense of community online.
Members of our LGBT support group will have access to the latest in social network technology including a dedicated activity stream, forum and chat room.
As Sol Garfield points out, there are now over 1,000 names for approaches to psychotherapy and 400 systematically outlined methods of intervention.