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Gloria Glickstein Brame (born August 20, 1955) is a U.S. writer and sex therapist based in Athens, Georgia. She has a PhD and MPH in Human Sexuality, and an M.A. in English literature. She is a licensed clinical sexologist. Her sex therapy practice specializes in consensual BDSM and sexual fetishism and sexual dysfunction. She is also a lifestyle dominant.

A poet, blogger, writer and journalist, Brame is best known for two notable sex books: Different Loving: the World of Sexual Dominance and Submission and the more recent Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide To Kinky Sex. The latter book was selected as the "official guide to kinky sex" by the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

She also founded the first on-line BDSM support group, a part of the Human Sexuality Forum on Compuserve, in 1987 and has contributed articles, interviews and expert advice to hundreds of magazines and newspapers.

References and further reading Edit

  • Gloria G. Brame, William D. Brame, and Jon Jacobs. Different Loving: An Exploration of the World of Sexual Dominance and Submission Villard Books, New York, 1993. ISBN 0-679-40873-8
  • Gloria G. Brame, Come Hither : A Commonsense Guide To Kinky Sex, Fireside, 2000. ISBN 0-684-85462-7.
  • Gloria G. Brame, Domina: The Sextopians, Universal Publishers, 1998, ISBN 1581128789
  • Gloria G. Brame, Where the Boys Are, Hearst Books, 1997, ISBN 038079179X

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