The Story of Sexy Grammar: My Ovaries & Your Dissertation

"Do you feel that?" I ask the young woman leaning into my body with her eyes shut.
"Uh huh," she says, concentrating.
"That's my ovary.
She opens her eyes, elated. "Wow! I felt it! I get it!"

Before I became The Sexy Grammarian, I taught medical students  how to provide comfortable and effective genital exams for Project Prepare, where I still pick up shifts because I love the work so much.

Later, I read my student's course evaluation: The best thing about this session, she writes, was putting the book knowledge together with the real thing--like feeling an actual ovary. That's learning!


Providing this kind of radical sex education offers me the thrill and sacred duty of applying theory to the 3-dimensional world. Dissertations and other big academic writing projects require enthusiasm for the same scientific magic. You've got to write about what you've learned and how it applies to real life. That's why I love helping people finish their degrees and find joy, pride, and satisfaction in their work.
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Guest - Michael Platania on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 00:39

I am consistently amazed and delighted by your ability to combine the process of writing with sexiness and the human anatomy. Ovaries and academic dissertations? Who would have thought there could be a connection. Well done!!

I am consistently amazed and delighted by your ability to combine the process of writing with sexiness and the human anatomy. Ovaries and academic dissertations? Who would have thought there could be a connection. Well done!!
Guest - Kristy Lin Billuni on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 08:37

Thanks, Michael. The connection is so natural to me, I'm always thrilled to be praised for it. Tell me more about my eyes!

Thanks, Michael. The connection is so natural to me, I'm always thrilled to be praised for it. Tell me more about my eyes!
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