Would you like to share your name? Art Noble
What prompted you to become involved in a love, relationship or sex related field? Or, what helped you to be a “sex positive” person? My experience. I’m just a guy with an engineering background, a former college professor who had a transcendent sexual experience. It opened a tiny path from my left-brain to my right, or something. I’ve been blessed by knowing some fantastic women and cursed with curiosity. My academic background aided my research into just what the heck is going on. There is a lot more than we know!
What qualifies you to be a “sex positive” person? Tell us how you contribute to the growing “sex positive” community. Any and all of us can be “sex positive”. It is simply a matter of attitude, which is hard to change after 5000 years of misogyny. I have the ability to learn and teach. My sexual experience is beyond modern sexual science, so I have had to research the ancients, before sex got a bad rap. Along the way, I found out when, where and why sex got a bad rap. I teach that along with anatomy and physiology (sexual responses). Also, female sexual anatomy is fascinating even from a clinical view. It terms of creating sexual energy, women are three times more equipped for it than men, and as Teserais said, “If parts of love’s pleasure are divided by ten, Thrice three go to women, one only to men.”
In a few sentences, how do you describe what you do and how you help people to be more “sex positive”? I point out the when, where and why of sexual negativity so that my readers and listeners can face, trace, erase and replace their negative inhibitions with positive thoughts and possibilities. I teach that every woman is different. I teach them about anatomy and what their bodies are capable of when their minds are no longer cluttered with misinformation. (It’s epigenitics, but we won’t get in to that here.) A good example is the male prostate (source of ejaculate) consists of 12-14 ducted glands around the urethra, neatly enclosed in the prostatic capsule, snuggled up next to the bladder. The female prostate consists of 40-42 (+/-) ducted glands, generally near the opening of the urethra (meatus). But, these glands are not encapsulated and may be scattered along the urethra in a cone shape, narrowing toward the bladder, or in a lop-sided dumbbell shape. These glands are still called “non-functioning para urethral glands” by many in the medical community, but believe me they “function” just fine in many women! Since female ejaculation is preceded by “the urge to void” as Masters and Johnson noted while women shut down in their lab, many women do not ejaculate out of fear of urinating on their lover. They deprive themselves of 10 times the pleasure they could feel, if they let go. Men need to know this too!
What sort of education, background, experience etc do you have for this work? I view sexual love as a spectrum and wherever people are, they are. I simply point out that it is a spectrum and there is far more than they are aware of. Then, I give them intellectual tools to use to increase their acceptance of their partner’s responses, increasing their enjoyment of the spectrum.
What sort of additional training did you feel you needed to do more for your clients? I teach and I write. My last book, The Sacred Female, describes first-time, female ejaculation in a 42 year-old woman. (It is reported first-time for women in their 60’s, so it’s not just for kids!) It also alludes to orgasmic vaginal discharge, a much more copious (and pleasurable) flow, which may be amrita, as tantra names it. It also includes orgasmic bioluminescence, or “Dragon’s Fire/Breath,” where one or both may glow, emitting photons, lighting a darkened room. As I said earlier, my experience goes far beyond science, but science has a long way to go.
How long have you been “sex positive”? I’ve always liked sex but my first epiphany was when it occurred to me, girls were not for taking to bed, they were for waking up next to. Now, THAT’S an epiphany! Next, was the transcendent experience that led to a minor transformation. I say minor, because I am still growing.
How did your “sex positive” journey begin? My main focus is love. Sexual love is not the only transformative experience. It is just the most fun. But other forms of love are fun too. And the more forms of love we can incorporate in our lives, the easier our growth will be. Of course, I’m trying to “engineer” love too. It has the two attributes of energy: transmittal and transformation. Guys can get a hold on these concepts! What happens to our minds and bodies to transform us is a kind of alchemy! Although, science in Russia is beginning to investigate this “love” stuff, we have a long way to go there too. But for our purposes, rather than focusing on this stuff, the easiest way is to focus on giving and receiving love from your partners. Since, whatever you call God, is probably better at it than you are, get your ego out of the way and let God do it through you. You’ll be amazed!
If you have a main focus or niche – what is it? Love is the answer! I always thought that was bull-hocky, but it works naturally to create what we call “miracles”. With love, “miracles” are an everyday occurrence. And “hot sex” becomes a nuclear explosion! Sex is not an Olympic event; it is a mechanism for transmitting love, so that we may be transformed. When men can see a yoni, a sacred place, rather than a hunk of meat, they will be amazed at what can happen to them. And women, recognizing a wand of light that is giving them the gift of love… Ahhh! What a wonderful world it will be.
What is the hardest thing about your work? The hardest thing is overcoming 5000 years of misogyny: religious, political and personal as expressed by “voices of authority.” In 1886, Kraft-Ebbing said, “Female ejaculation is a lesbian condition.” In 1905, Freud said, “A woman views a mucous discharge from the vagina as disgusting.” (It comes from the urethra, Dummy!) But, in the Judeo-Christian ethic, female ejaculation was believed to be required for conception for 3000 years and probably more… and was promoted by the Roman Catholic Church! Access to a blog can be found on my website, www.thesacredfemale.com.
What has been the most rewarding thing about your work? As men and women find greater pleasure in the conduct of their sexual lives, I am happy. As they are transformed, this is really neat!
Tell us about your business. Business? I have an MBA, but this is a passionate mission. I teach (Lectures, no labs). I am a writer and a poet. Obviously, as an engineer, I was a technical writer before the poet was awakened. Now, I find it fun to blend the two into English so people can understand what I say, and I do it with a sense of humor. I am currently writing a book with Dr. Beverly Whipple and Dr. Franceen King as contributing editors. The tentative title is, The Alchemy of (Sexual) Love. It is taking shape. It has gone from “blob” to “mish-mash”, and the next step is a “hodge-podge”. Soon, it will be a book.
My website is www.thesacredfemale.com. My radio shows are archived on Women’s Radio Network at http://www.womensradio.com/users/Al-Cole-and-Art-Noble/707/episodes.html or you can access them and my blogs on Women’s Radio Network through links on my website.
Do you have a website and/or blog? My website has a contact page and the address is email@example.com. Women’s Radio Network also has contact information under their speaker’s bureau.
Who are your favorite types of client? My favorite type of “client” is one in whom I can see the lights come on! They get it! But, if they are simply willing to listen for a while, that’s great. The lights may come on later.
Would you like to share your most unusual experience? Having answers for questions I may not have asked. Knowing people’s names I’ve never met, and I’m lousy with names!
How do you promote your business? I promote my mission on the Internet mostly: website, radio shows, interviews, and recently an e-mail campaign for The Sacred Female.
Have you written any books or developed any products for your clients? Yes. My “product” is information, both oral and written: The Sacred Female, and my work in progress, The Alchemy of (Sexual) Love. (Do you see how sneaky I am by getting in a lot in this interview?) The Sacred Female is available on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes and Noble, etc., and I have it in e-book format as well as hard copy on the website. There are some great reviews there, so I’ll let somebody else blow my horn for a while.
Thank you for taking the time to share information about yourself and your “sex positive” experiences and your journey. Thank you, Nikki. I always appreciate the opportunity to get a little information out into the public. There are more of us out there. Keep up the good work.