About

maureen matthewsMaureen Matthews B.A. (Hons), Dip Ed. Sex Educator & Founder/Owner of Bliss For Women.

A member of the Association of Sex Educators, Researchers and Relationship Therapists, Maureen is available to speak to any interested groups.

Her public speaking and writing includes:

  • 2010 participated in Marie Stopes ‘SNAKE Forum for indigenous health workers.
  • 2006 began writing ‘About Last Night’ for the Sunday Age (M Magazine) – (search for Maureen Matthews)
  • 2003 – 2009 – March, June & Sept – Royal Women’s Hospital. Teaching a module in their course for menopausal women.
  • 2001, 2004, 2006 – RRR Radio
  • 2004/05 – Royal Women’s Hospital’s Living With Cancer Class – Reclaiming Your Sexuality
  • 2004-December. ‘Marketing Sexual material to Women’ ASSERT National Conference, Sydney University
  • March 2003 30th Annual Conference Of Stomal Therapy Nurses (In Hobart) – Sex After Surgery
  • Women’s Financial Network – Healthy Wealthy Women’s Day 2000/2001/2002/2003
  • April 2003 – National Speakers’ Assoc – Keeping The Home Fires Burning (Sex in Longterm Relationships)
  • 2003 Joy FM Transgender Programme
  • 2000 – 2003 Visited and Spoke at Community Health Centres at Craigieburn, Broadford, Wallen, Keilor – Keeping Sex-Life Alive
  • Early 2002 Opening of New Museum Of Vic. spoke on Corsetry & High Heels At The Body Art Exhibition
  • Nov 2002 Royal Women’s Hospital Viva La Vulva Panel
  • 2001 World Health Organisation’s International Conference On Sexuality – Paper on Women & Sex-Toys
  • August 2001 – SBS Insight – on Censorship
  • 2000 State Conference Of Community Health Nurses
  • May 1999 – Boroondara Literary Festival – Women’s Erotica
  • Oct 1999 – Panel At Royal Women’s Hospital – Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex But Thought You Were Too Old to Ask
  • 1996 & 1998 Sex/Life Channel 10 TV
  • 1998 – Women’s Expo – Sex Products for Women
  • 1997 Kerri-Anne Kennerly Midday Show

She has also been published in Healthy Women by H. Edwards, in WHO Weekly, Marte Claire, Cosmopolitan, Cleo, New Idea, HealthVic Newsletter, and other publications.