The Sessions, a popular current film, depicts the real-life interactions between a man who is mostly paralyzed and a professional sexual surrogate. We hear the true story behind it from one of the key participants on today's North Bay Report.
In her work and in her autobiographical book, Cheryl Cohen Greene is outspoken in her belief that fully expressed human sexuality requires openness and honesty, two things she tries to help bring out with each of her clients.
The reason there is a need for professional sex surrogates in contemporary society, says Green, are deeply embedded in the attitudes and morals of our culture.
Above: Cheryl Cohen Greene at the Los Angeles premiere of The Sessions. (Source: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images North America) See the trailer for the film below.