Sara Nasserzadeh is no stranger to fielding complicated questions about sex. She hosted a radio program for BBC where she answered queries from callers in Afghanistan and Iran about the most private of issues. A psychosexual therapist, couple counselor, and consultant in sexual health policy & education, she came into Big Think today to talk for an upcoming series that launches at the beginning of November. Do arranged marriages impact life in the bedroom? What are the major questions Middle Eastern women grapple with these days? Nasserzadeh, truly a global expert, was here to take our questions.
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