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Mou's Story

Moushumi Ghose has been cultivating self acceptance around sexuality, relationships and gender identity for more than 3 decades. She became a licensed therapist in 2007, dedicating her practice towards supporting the LGBTQ, Kink, Non-Monogamous communities in finding their voice so they can live more authentically but soon this translated to broader groups who also struggled with sexuality, gender and relationships. 

As a queer south Asian-Indian person born to immigrants, Mou struggled with fitting in with the normative culture. It took Mou a while to recognize the true path to her own healing was through her own creativity, pleasure, and community, and even more specifically, the support of the queer community.  

Through the exploration of her own fluidity in relationships, sexuality, gender and creativity,

Mou was able to find her own voice. 

Finding communities that support fluidity, creativity, resistance and uprising is the key to healing.  It has been Mou's journey to provide inspiration and support to others for this discovery, understanding, and exploration as well.  

Moushumi opened her private practice in 2007 in West Hollywood, CA and Los Angeles Sex Therapy (LAST) was born.

Since then, Mou has written several books on the topic of fluidity in relationships, gender, sex and acceptance: Classic Sex Positions Reinvented  from Quarto Books, Marriage, Money & P*rn; Love, Lust & Lube, Love is Not a Pie, and the forthcoming Cheers to Queers, a memoir dedicated to the LGBT community on Moon Groves Press.  

She is also the creator of the Documentary Film Series, Temples and Brothels. and creator of short films/videos

Mou hosted The Sex Talk Series on Youtube for many yearsand formerly curated the wildly fabulous Sexy Saturdays at The Liberace Penthouse in West Hollywood, CA (those were so much fun!!) a luxurious and safe space for discussion and exploration. 

Mou has served as adjunct faculty at both Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology, and Pacific Oaks College both in Los Angeles, CA. 

She has been a featured contributor in various publications and have appeared on various media outlets including Mens Fitness, Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Oprah Magazine, Hustler, Vice, Elle Magazine, Refinery 29, Playboy TV,  Investigation Discoveries, Oxygen Network, Hollywood Entertainment Today, CBS and many more on the topic of sexuality and relationships

Today Mou oversees Los Angeles Sex Therapy (LAST) a 100% virtual group collective of practitioners and professionals who are just as enthusiastic about sexual, relational, gender fluidity and acceptance. She also mentors rising sexologists in her proprietary program Pleasure Psychology Sexology Training and Certification program.

When she is not bringing Pleasure to the Masses she is playing with her current musical project The Depressionistas.

She is also working on her 2nd memoir.

Her first memoir Cheers to Queers: How the Gay Community Saved Me is coming in 2024 from Moon Groves Press.  

Click here to download her book, Love, Lust and Lube for free. 

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