About

SEX EDUCATOR AND WRITER

As one of the world’s foremost writers on sex and relationships, I’ve toured the world as an international sex, body language and relationship expert. I’ve appeared on Oprah, CNN and The Today Show in the US, as well as many prime-time TV and chat shows world-wide.

“I think of myself as the ‘go between’. My job is to look at current sex research and work out how it can help the average couple improve their sex life.”
I’VE WRITTEN 17 BOOKS

They include many bestsellers like Hot Sex and Supersex and are available in 140 countries, translated into over 20 languages. My academic background is in psychology and journalism and I’ve counselled via the media for decades. I have a weekly column with the MailOnline (Daily Mail) – the world’s largest English speaking news website.

I was born in the UK but grew up in Australia where I was Associate Editor of Cosmopolitan magazine and had a weekly national radio show.

I moved back to London to host my first television series and went on to make numerous programs both in the UK and the US about sex and relationships. They include the popular prime-time series Would Like to Meet (BBC and Discovery) and The Sex Inspectors (CH4 and HBO).

‘EDGE’ AND ‘SUPERSEX’ ARE MY TWO PRODUCT RANGES

I teamed up with one of the world’s most popular sex toy retailers, Lovehoney, to create sex toys that look great, work effectively and come with full instructions in stylish packaging. Edge is for men who want to boost their sexual confidence and performance, Supersex is for anyone who wants maximum sexual satisfaction and more intense orgasms.

My latest venture is hosting a weekly podcast, Mom’s Don’t Have Time to Have Sex, with award-winning literary podcaster Zibby Owens. Each week, I answer three questions about sex: she blushes, I do the straight talking. I also do a weekly column on the platform Medium. (Links to all these things are on the home page.)

I’m married with a step-daughter and live in Notting Hill, London.

“What distinguishes Cox from other so-called sexperts is an ability to talk with candour and a sense of empathy…This is the heart of her appeal, the ability to talk about sex in a universal way.”
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