10 Sex and Dating Experts to Like on Facebook

You turn to Facebook to find a mate, why not use Facebook for dating and relationship advice? I have put together a list of 10 of the most interesting sex and dating experts that are redefining relationships in the digital era.

Sheri Meyers, Psy.D., is a Marriage & Family Therapist, and author of “Chatting or Cheating: How to Detect Infidelity, Rebuild Love and Affair-Proof Your Relationship” With social media it has become extremely easy to become involved in a relationship with someone, while in a relationship with someone else. Meyers calls this emotional sex and defines it as “a friendship that escalates into something that feels the same as romantic love and can manifest itself in numerous ways -- physically, romantically, emotionally, lustfully, verbally, or virtually.” Meyers offers the first chapter of her book for free on her website. Like Meyers on Facebook to learn how to identify when you or your mate is cyber cheating and what you can do to rebuild your relationship. More »

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Dan Savage is a writer known for his political and social commentary, as well as his honest approach to sex, love and relationships. His sex advice column “Savage Love” column and “Savage Lovecast” podcast are among the very best sex advice columns on the web. Savage is known for a lot of things including standing up for AIDS awareness, safe sex, gay rights and co-founding the “It Gets Better” project. More »

Dr. Debby Herbenick is an Indiana University sex researcher and the founder of www.mysexprofesor.com, a leading sexual education, health and information resource. The Facebook page offers content related to sex, sexual health and relationships to educate and entertain you. More »

Did you know that a new study found that checking Facebook and Twitter might be more tempting and addicting than sex and cigarettes? If you “like” the Sex Facts of Life Facebook page you will learn sex facts, tips and statistics like this in a hilarious and fascinating way. The page is described as “The most interesting, funny and enjoyable sex facts for your daily life.” And you should share the facts on your page if you enjoy them. More »

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Emily Morse is known for her “Sex with Emily” podcast that you can find on SiriusXM and you may remember her from the Bravo series “Miss Advised” or her book “Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight.” She talks about sex, relationships, dating, cheating, marriage, mistakes, lovers and even love in a funny and relatable way. More »

According to Reid Mihalko’s personal bio, “if Dr. Ruth and Jon Stewart had a son, that son would be Reid Mihalko.” Mihalko’s Facebook posts are always funny and loaded with valuable information. Mihalko’s mission is to create more self-esteem, self-confidence and sexual health for adults in and out of the bedroom. More »

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A.V. Flox describes herself as like Carrie Bradshaw, but less vanilla and full of high-tech gadgets. A.V. Flox’s is the Love & Sex Section editor on Blogher.com, and the “editrix-in-chief” of the salacious yet informative sexandthe405.com. Are you looking for an intelligent, open-minded, progressive, wordsmith that offers personal insights on sex and relationships? Then give A.V. Flox a “like.” More »

To understand Sandra Daugherty read how she describes when she first knew she was going to become a “sexologist.” Sandra has been a sex educator since 4th grade. That's the first time she scientifically explained how babies were made to her classmate. It's adorable to hear a 9-year-old say "fallopian tube." It wasn't until 6th grade that she learned she could grow up to be a "sexologist." With her mind ablaze, she set out into the world. Like Daughtery’s “Sex Nerd Sandra” Facebook page for more smart, sexy and insightful sex information, education and tips. More »

Emily V. Gordon was a couple’s therapist and still dishes out sage advice on her blog. But now Gordon is the host of Mashable and Ustream’s new dating and sex advice series, "Love in the Time of Robots". Like her Facebook page for more on dating and relationships in the digital and social media age. More »

While dating younger men, usually in their 20s, Cindy Gallop came up with “Make Love, Not Porn.” Gallop defines “Make Love, Not Porn” as intended to help inspire and stimulate open, healthy conversations about sex and pornography, in order to help inspire and stimulate more open, healthy and thoroughly enjoyable sexual relationships. Gallop’s TED talk about showing off “real world” sex and lessen mainstream pornography’s negative impact on our sex lives was one of the most buzzed about. More »