DOC­TOR TRUTH

Dr. Ruth Wes­theimer at home in N.Y.C. Pho­tographed by Jen­nifer Liv­ingston.

InStyle (USA) - - Directory - by SLOANE CROSLEY pho­tographed by JEN­NIFER LIV­INGSTON

If it turns you on, freaks you out, or seems re­motely tit­il­lat­ing, Dr. Ruth Wes­theimer, the world’s most fa­mous sex ther­a­pist, has been asked about it. At 91 years old, she is im­pos­si­ble to stump. Just try it. Her still-girl­ish face has two go-to ex­pres­sions: poker and de­light. The for­mer was honed af­ter decades of fans’ ask­ing this Ger­man grandma the dirt­i­est ques­tions they could muster; the lat­ter stems from an ever-present joie de vivre. (A typ­i­cal tweet: “Today is Fat Tues­day. I pre­fer to call it Sexy Tues­day, what about you?”)

And while her au­di­ence has tended to over­share with the good doc­tor, she has care­fully main­tained the rev­e­la­tions as a one-way street. But now, for those cu­ri­ous about the cre­ation of her cult of per­son­al­ity as well as her in­cred­i­bly var­ied jour­ney comes Ask Dr. Ruth, a doc­u­men­tary premier­ing on Hulu this month. Di­rected by Ryan White ( Ser­ena, The Case Against 8), the film fol­lows the diver­gent pe­ri­ods of her life as a Holo­caust sur­vivor (she prefers the term “or­phan of the Holo­caust” be­cause she was “never in the camps” but put on a train to Switzer­land by her mother and grand­mother at age 10); a teenage sniper in the Ha­ganah (the pre­cur­sor to the Is­rael De­fense Forces); an aca­demic; and, fi­nally, the Dr. Ruth that Amer­ica knows best. “The happy munchkin of sex” has a ground­break­ing ra­dio show ( Sex­u­ally Speak­ing), at least five TV shows, a board game, mul­ti­ple com­mer­cials and sit­com cameos, and 46 books un­der her belt. Her very tiny belt.

“I’ve al­ways made the best out of be­ing small,” she says, as we sit across from each other in her apart­ment in Man­hat­tan’s Washington Heights with its ex­pan­sive view of the Hud­son River.

Dr. Ruth takes a lot of pride in her 4 feet and 7 inches, just as she does her apart­ment, where she’s lived for 54 years. She scoffs when­ever some­one sug­gests she move. She prefers this “neigh­bor­hood of im­mi­grants.” Her ac­cent re­mains as thick as strudel, com­plete with r’s that sound as if they’ve been rolled over a wash­board. Her home is a time cap­sule that flaunts her ap­pre­ci­a­tion of—and per­haps em­pa­thy for—all things tiny. Col­lec­tions of minia­ture ele­phants and crys­tal­cov­ered tur­tles (“I have a lot of tur­tles … maybe 50, I think more”), ivory fig­urines (“these are il­le­gal now”), vin­tage dolls, and mem­o­ra­bilia of decades past cover ev­ery sur­face. Even the chairs we sit in, squat and adorned with needle­point pil­lows, feel bet­ter suited to over­size dolls. Un­like Joan Did­ion, who has spo­ken about the el­e­ment of sur­prise her slight stature gave her as a re­porter, Dr. Ruth in­sists “no­body has ever un­der­es­ti­mated me be­cause I was short.

“When I was at Sor­bonne Uni­ver­sity,” she goes on, “study­ing psy­chol­ogy, it was very crowded in the au­di­to­rium, and so I went right next to the pro­fes­sor and let a good-look­ing young guy put me up on the win­dowsill so I could hear and see ev­ery­thing. That’s how I did my stud­ies.” Dr. Ruth oozes so much au­thor­ity and con­fi­dence, I won­der if she can ever re­mem­ber a time when she was em­bar­rassed, par­tic­u­larly given her pro­fes­sion. “No. Ab­so­lutely not,” she says. “Af­ter I was sent to Switzer­land, I was the one teach­ing about sex in the or­phan­age be­cause I had read a book about it in my par­ents’ house in Frank­furt be­fore the war. It was called Ideal Mar­riage, and it was hid­den in the book­shelves. So I al­ready knew, and I was a lit­tle bit the sex ed­u­ca­tor in the or­phan­age.”

It can be tricky, both in the film and in per­son, to draw a

[Given] all the things that I’ve sur­vived, I have an obli­ga­tion to live large and make a dent in this world.”

smooth con­nec­tion be­tween the lit­tle girl who saw her fa­ther be­ing taken away in the night ( he died at Auschwitz; there is no record of how or where her mother died) and the woman who fa­mously said, “When it comes to sex, the most im­por­tant 6 inches are the ones be­tween the ears.” Sure, there’s the fun­da­men­tal tie be­tween sur­vival and sex, the af­fir­ma­tion of life, but even Dr. Ruth her­self com­part­men­tal­izes her past.

“There are cer­tain things you don’t talk about,” she says. “Some years ago I re­al­ized that peo­ple were go­ing to con­tinue ask­ing about my child­hood, so I did an au­to­bi­og­ra­phy called All in a Life­time. I put it out there. I put it out there in the doc­u­men­tary. But I don’t like to dwell on it. I even went to a psy­cho­an­a­lyst with a sim­i­lar back­ground be­fore­hand to fig­ure out what I wanted to say and what I didn’t want to say.”

She points out a com­mon thread in her life then and her life now: She un­der­stands what it feels like to be “treated as sub­hu­man.” It’s what has led to her vo­cal ad­vo­cacy for dis­en­fran­chised groups over the years, most no­tably the LGBTQIA+ com­mu­nity, par­tic­u­larly dur­ing the AIDS cri­sis, when it was not so pop­u­lar to be out­spo­ken.

“What the Nazis did at the time was not only be­ing against the Jews—though that was their main fo­cus—but also be­ing against gays and peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties. I don’t for­get that.” Or, as she puts it in the doc­u­men­tary, “[Given] all the things that I’ve sur­vived, I have an obli­ga­tion to live large and make a

dent in this world.”

This means she’s still very ac­tive in Planned Par­ent­hood (“It has to sur­vive, and it will; I’m a big op­ti­mist”) and sees abor­tion as an is­sue of logic, stress­ing that “there is con­tra­cep­tive fail­ure, so abor­tion must re­main le­gal for everyone.” At the same time, the cur­rent po­lit­i­cal sit­u­a­tion falls squarely un­der the cat­e­gory of Cer­tain Things You Don’t Talk About. Though to be fair, sex has never been po­lit­i­cal for Dr. Ruth. In the doc­u­men­tary her daugh­ter and grand­daugh­ter de­bate her, try­ing to con­vince her that she’s a fem­i­nist even though she doesn’t like “la­bels”—they risk alien­at­ing the peo­ple she’s try­ing to help, which would be an­ti­thet­i­cal to her en­tire ethos. But at long last she caves, ad­mit­ting that she just isn’t a “rad­i­cal fem­i­nist.”

Of course, her life’s work is not all so weighty. In­cluded in Ask Dr. Ruth’s footage is a clip of her try­ing to get Co­nan O’brien to say “blue balls.” She ca­su­ally refers to her first two mar­riages from her younger years as “le­gal­ized love af­fairs.” (“The third time was the charm for me,” she has said about her third mar­riage, to Man­fred Wes­theimer, who died in 1997.) And she’s still ap­proached for sex ad­vice on a daily ba­sis, though she con­cedes that she doesn’t get as many tech­ni­cal ques­tions as she once did, thanks in part to the ad­vent of the In­ter­net. “Peo­ple are more sex­u­ally lit­er­ate these days,” she says. “So the ques­tions have cer­tainly changed. They’re much more about how to form and cultivate re­la­tion­ships.”

She smiles at the pile of mail com­man­deer­ing the kitchen ta­ble. In a way, Dr. Ruth is fa­mous be­yond com­pre­hen­sion. The doc­u­men­tary doesn’t have to try too hard to beat the drum for its sub­ject’s rel­e­vance. In an­other way, her pres­ence is so ubiq­ui­tous, she’s easy to take for granted. But huge por­tions of our en­ter­tain­ment diet—from Sex and the City to the en­tire Vice net­work—wouldn’t be the same with­out her. Ev­ery day­time talk-show doc­tor owes a debt to Dr. Ruth. The very con­cept of be­ing frank and non­judg­men­tal about sex, of fram­ing it as a health is­sue in a coun­try with such pu­ri­tan­i­cal roots, be­gan with her. We are all the ben­e­fi­cia­ries of her life’s work. Be­yond the com­mu­nal and the cul­tural, think of ev­ery time you’ve felt em­pow­ered to talk about what you need in bed. There’s a piece of Dr. Ruth in that con­ver­sa­tion.

And she shows no signs of slow­ing down. She’s si­mul­ta­ne­ously work­ing on a new edi­tion of Sex for Dum­mies, aimed at mil­len­ni­als, “talk­ing about lone­li­ness and the art of con­ver­sa­tion,” as well as Croc­o­dile, You’re Beauti

ful, a chil­dren’s book that uses an­i­mals to ed­u­cate young read­ers about di­ver­sity. When I ask her what kind of an­i­mal she would be, she re­sponds in quick, clas­sic Dr. Ruth fash­ion: “An ant be­cause I’m so short.”

As she walks me out of her apart­ment, I can’t help but ask the ul­ti­mate sex guru of our times one last ques­tion: Is she dat­ing any­one?

“Put it this way,” she says, straight­en­ing her pos­ture, “If I find some­one to dance with, I will dance with them. 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