Wendy Strgar

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Wendy Strgar is an award-winning social entrepreneur. She is the author of Love That Works, a guide to enduring intimacy, and of an upcoming book, Sex That Works. She is the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, and her organic products are sold and endorsed by physicians nationwide. She…

Wendy Strgar is an award-winning social entrepreneur. She is the author of Love That Works, a guide to enduring intimacy, and of an upcoming book, Sex That Works. She is the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, and her organic products are sold and endorsed by physicians nationwide. She is a well-known blogger on the topics of love, sexual health, and positivity, and her work is featured on Care2.com, Huffington Post, and Elephant Journal, among others. She is a sought-after speaker and workshop leader, where she shares the skills of sustainable love and positivity consciousness. In addition to featured lectures at Bioneers and Green Festivals, she offers workshops for cancer survivors, returning soldiers, and at a wide range of levels in the school system. Her award-winning blog at www.makinglovesustainable.com is read by millions of people each year.

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Wendy Strgar is an award-winning social entrepreneur. She is the author of Love That Works, a guide to enduring intimacy, and of an upcoming book, Sex That Works. She is the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, and her organic products are sold and endorsed by physicians nationwide. She…

Wendy Strgar is an award-winning social entrepreneur. She is the author of Love That Works, a guide to enduring intimacy, and of an upcoming book, Sex That Works. She is the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, and her organic products are sold and endorsed by physicians nationwide. She is a well-known blogger on the topics of love, sexual health, and positivity, and her work is featured on Care2.com, Huffington Post, and Elephant Journal, among others. She is a sought-after speaker and workshop leader, where she shares the skills of sustainable love and positivity consciousness. In addition to featured lectures at Bioneers and Green Festivals, she offers workshops for cancer survivors, returning soldiers, and at a wide range of levels in the school system. Her award-winning blog at www.makinglovesustainable.com is read by millions of people each year.

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