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Pamela Madsen

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Pamela Madsen, a veteran advocate and educator (yes, she's been on Oprah!) has taken her no-holds-barred pioneering work in infertility to a new arena: genuine sexual liberation and self-acceptance for all women. Pamela's full-bodied mix of intelligence, humor and startling vulnerability has made her one of the most mediagenic vadvocates for integrated sexuality and a taboo-buster around body image.

She's a featured blogger on Psychology Today and Huffington Post whose entries are regularly picked up by major media outlets--from Jezebel and New York Magazine to The New York Times. Pamela's first book is "Shameless: How I Ditched the Diet, Got Naked and Found True Pleasure and Somehow Got Home In Time To Cook Dinner". Shameless hit the shelves January 2011 and is now available where ever books are sold. Months before the memoir's release, the buzz is spectacular. Notables such as Dr. Christiane Northrup are calling Pamela "a living, breathing embodiment of the power of pleasure to transform one's life." And Pamela did it without losing one inch from her curvaceous Size 14 frame.

During this summit, Pamela will be helping us address why so many women who struggle with eating disorders also are women who come from a history of sexual trama. She helps women get back into their sensation and sensuality so they can stop making chocolate fudge their new lover.

Pamela's books include:

Visit Pamela's web site here.


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