The result is her e-book, “Bliss in the Bedroom: A Real Woman's Guide to Better Sex.” She has been heard on The Playboy Channel, KABC Los Angeles, KBPI Denver, and The Naughty Show. And she knows she’s doing God’s work when a fan writes in to say, “Thanks to you, Lora, I’m GOING to try out a vibrator for the first time.” She continues to write about sex, Rush Limbaugh, and everything in between.
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(Available both on i Tunes and on her website) Lora graduated from UCLA with a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing.
After spending seven years working in the film industry honing her skills in script development, she turned her talents towards freelance journalism writing articles for various online magazines.
Known for her blunt, straight talk laced with her own brand of humor, her readers are fiercely loyal followers.
She is also the host of the weekly "Between the Sheets with Lora" where she and a wider variety of guest discuss every topic related to sex, blending education and entertainment.
Laura Greenland attended Rockford High School in Rockford, MI and graduated class of 1976.
Lora Somoza.com) Lora writes an online sex advice column that goes out bi-weekly to over 30,000 loyal readers all over the world with circulation growing everyday.Realizing the needs of what her readers really wanted to hear, she started immersing herself in the research of all things SEX.She interviewed hundreds of couples, experts in the field and read every book on the subject she could get her hands on. Now it warms Lora’s heart every time she receives a marriage proposal from a stranger in Nigeria or Ibiza.We recently hung out with Ross Lynch during a photo shoot in LA, and asked the heartthrob loads of questions about his fab hair and the type of girls he's into.
We also had to ask the one question we know you're all dying to find out the answer to: Would he ever date his co-star Laura Marano?
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