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Could a younger, more attractive sexuality instructor be as well-received as Ruth Westheimer without being judged as promiscuous, desperate, or attention-seeking?

Could a younger, more attractive sexuality instructor be as well-received as Ruth Westheimer without being judged as promiscuous, desperate, or attention-seeking?
  • A younger instructor could do Dr. Ruth's job

    In this day and age, I don't feel a younger more attractive woman would be labeled if she was doing a professional job. It might actually make the message more well received if it wasn't coming from an elderly person. In this media friendly day and age, I feel a sexy, younder Dr. Ruth would be successful.

  • Ruth Westheimer Attention Seeker

    I personally think that a younger more attractive sexuality instructor would be well received as Ruth Westheimer just without being judged as promiscuous, desperate, or attention seeking. I personally think that Ruth Westheimer was compared to a much younger more attractive sexuality instructor. I personally think that the younger instructor students would be attention seeking.

  • without being judged

    Good looking women are always better. Yes, a younger, more attractive sexuality instructor would be as well-received as Ruth Westheimer without being judged as promiscuous, desperate, or attention-seeking, because people would respect what they would do. People might even pay more attention, because she would not be perceived as a hypocrite. That person would just be doing their job, just like Westheimer.

  • How she teaches

    If the teacher goes in and acts very professional when she is teaching, then yes she can be well recieves and not taken as attention seeking. It all depends on how good she actually is at teaching, and she needs to be able to keep students attention while making them learn.

  • Good looking women are always better.

    Yes, a younger, more attractive sexuality instructor would be as well-received as Ruth Westheimer without being judged as promiscuous, desperate, or attention-seeking, because people would respect what they would do. People might even pay more attention, because she would not be perceived as a hypocrite. That person would just be doing their job, just like Westheimer.

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