She was born in Oswestry, Shropshire on April 11, 1959.
She is listed on Free Ones since 2007 and is currently ranked 291th place.
With over 17 years of teaching experience behind her, she is a professor of human sexuality and human growth and development courses for Master's of Counseling students at Argosy University, as well as an instructor for "Sexuality Studies," "Human Sexuality," "Gender in Transnational Perspectives" and "Work & Families" at American University. Secretary of Health as an expert and key leader in the area of sexual and reproductive health, Yvonne was invited to be a consultant to the U. Surgeon General's Call to Action on "Promoting Responsible Sexual Behavior" at just 23-years-old.
Other teaching appointments include Penn State University, Widener University, and the University of Michigan's Sexual Health Certificate Program. Endeavors ever since have included co-hosting Sirius Maxim Channel's #1 specialty show "Sex Files" with Amy Spencer, being the featured sex expert for Comcast's Dating on Demand squad, Sex Health Guru.com, and cherrytv.com, acting as an advisory board member for the Sinclair Institute, and being the spokesperson for the intrauterine contraceptive Paragard, as well as the Sexual Health & Relationship Ambassador for Astroglide. Yvonne offers her own sensual enhancements product line, Savvy, which promotes taking care of one's sexual wellness in realizing better overall health.
She went on to pursue a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Iceland, focusing on sexual health services for young people.
Yvonne Kristín Fulbright gave her first formal lecture on sex in the sixth grade, when she presented her classmates with a talk on the female reproductive system and sexual intercourse!
This consciousness-raising, Scandinavian sex expert has been fueled by her passion for healthy, open discourse about sexuality ever since. Yvonne has been featured in thousands of media outlets around the globe, including the “Tyra Banks Show,” NBC's "Today Show," USA Today, the New York Times, South Africa’s , loveandhealth.ifriends.com, disaboom.com, bettersex.com, and Yvonne received her Master’s in Human Sexuality Education from the University of Pennsylvania and her Ph. in International Community Health Studies at New York University, where she focused on sexual health and parent-child sex communication.
Flare Kids is being run by Flare Entertainment LLC, a Cox subsidiary that is also running the subscription video game service Flare Play.
That service has been in beta testing for some 18 months, but Cox just recently started to promote it, and sell hardware for the service at Toys R Us and other retailers.