Sex educator and lifestyle coach Lahnee Pavlovich, 33, advises male clients on how to improve their love lives based on the shape and size of their pecker
Sex educator and lifestyle coach Lahnee Pavlovich, from Queensland, Australia, advises men on how to improve their love lives based on the shape and size of their pecker.
Her curious customers send her $50 (£28) and a picture of their crown jewels and in return they will be sent a ‘Rate Your Rooster Report’.
This details what sexual positions are best for them and the report also helps men to understand their anatomy and provides hygiene advice.
Lahnee, 33, says she has always been interested in the connection between sex and the mind.
She had worked in the coaching industry for three year and is also currently studying towards her master’s degree in sexology.
“People don’t always understand exactly what it is I do and sex is still such a taboo topic so they don’t know how to ask about it either,” Lahnee said.
“The response is mostly positive though and I’m the go-to friend for sex advice. People find it’s easy to open up to me once they know what I do.
“I’ve always had a fascination with both how the mind works, and with sex.”
Even as a teenager, I would always question sexuality and the way different people would engage with it.
For Lahnee, her coaching sessions are never the same as she switches from young male customers in their late teens, to couples in their twenties, and to mums in their forties.
She said: “I began engaging in some alternative studies in female empowerment and life coaching, and then I studied psychological sciences. Soon, I’ll complete my masters in sexology.
“There’s no typical day – which is awesome. I do one-on-one skype sessions on some days. On others, I run workshops on couples’ kinks, self-pleasure, and empowerment.
“I also create courses such as my ‘Couples Quarantine Immersion,’ my ‘Reconnect’ programme for women, and the ‘Rate Your Rooster Reports’ for men; so I’m always surrounded by sex toys, d**k pics, or chatting to people.
“The ‘Rate Your Rooster Report’ is definitely one of the most popular services because men feel safe engaging in it. There isn’t much interaction and some men find that confronting initially.”
Whilst women are often most concerned with reigniting sexual desire after becoming a mother, men are eager to learn how to better pleasure their partners or prevent themselves from climaxing too early.
“Women generally want to reignite their sexual desire, particularly post having kids, Lahnee said.
“They want to rediscover themselves and connect internally.
“For men, it’s a lot to do with early climaxing or learning how to better pleasure their partners. For couples, it’s usually a loss of intimacy and desire, or they want to spice things up.
“The most unusual situations are concerning uncommon fetishes or those with mental health concerns.
“For the latter, I refer these clients to a therapy environment as this is currently out of my scope isn’t that unusual.”
Lahnee also educates her clients on consent, self-pleasure, boundaries, and finding comfort in intimacy or a kink. It’s not unusual for couples to want to discuss their fetishes in Lahnee’s sessions too.
Renowned amongst her friendship circle for her expertise, Lahnee has become the go-to person for sex advice. Outside of this however, Lahnee says not everyone is so certain about what her line of work entails.
Her line of work has not only enhanced the relationships and sex life of her clients, but also Lahnee’s own.
“Learning how to constantly improve my own sexuality and relationship was another reason I wanted to get into this line of work,” Lahnee said.
“It’s very helpful for understanding men.
“My husband and I have always been very adventurous in our sexuality and we have an incredible relationship in and out of the bedroom.
“We’re also parents so it’s proof that the sex doesn’t have to end with kids.
“The key to maintaining a good relationship and sex life is communication and a willing to listen, compromise, and grow. As your relationship grows, you too must evolve as an individual.
“Sex and pleasure aren’t bad words. By embracing that side of ourselves, we become better humans.
“Sexual energy is a life-force energy and understanding it is a powerful thing.”