The Chicago Tribune Calls her "The Next Dr. Ruth"
As a medical doctor and a sexologist, Dr. Rachael Ross has been heralded by the Chicago Tribune as the next Dr. Ruth, the nationally renowned sexual therapist who pioneered frank sex talk. Dr. Rachael is an energetic, outspoken, no-holds-barred speaker known around the country for her open discussions about relationships, sex, abstinence for teenagers , and HIV/AIDS prevention. She is featured twice weekly on Chicago area television on "You & Me This Morning" on Chicago's WCIU - 'The U' and she also offers her sex and relationship advice weekly on Chicago's Power 92FM as well as medical commentary for the Nationally syndicated Tavis Smiley Show television show.
Ross is releasing her first book, "Down Right, Feel Right. Outercourse For Her & For Him. " Taste, touch and feel. Exploring Your Way to Orgasm. The easy-to-read, instructional guide offers individuals and couples advice on improving their sexual relationship through outercourse. "Sometimes you don't have to or you cannot go all the way," says Dr. Rachael, a medical practitioner and clinically trained sexologist. "Oftentimes it is safer and more convenient to just go Down Right and Feel Right."
Her book is a fun flip book designed to be read out loud, alone and together. In the end, couples and individuals commit themselves to focus on intimacy and ecstasy. The ladies read 'Outercourse for Her' from the front and then, men flip it over and 'Outercourse for Him' is on the back. Says Dr. Rachael, "Outercourse is a safer and an enjoyable way to please your partner. It covers everything except traditional intercourse. "
There's no question that Dr. Rachael is the real deal: She has her M.D. from Meharry Medical College, B.A., Vanderbilt University and her Ph.D., from the American Academy of Clinical Sexologists. Her clinic is in her hometown of Gary, IN and she practices medicine alongside her father Dr. David, brother Dr. Nathaniel, and sister Dr. Rebekkah. Dr. Ross is the medical director of one of Indiana's largest male prisons, and she lives in Chicago's trendy Hyde Park neighborhood, just a few miles from our president.
You can learn more about Dr. Rach, her mission, and the information she provides on her website drrachael.com, which has more than 20,000 members, Facebook, YouTube (youtube.com/drrachael), and you can follow her on Twitter.