Sex therapist, child of the Holocaust, former sniper… Dr Ruth Westheimer has lived more than most. E arly this spring, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC, famous as a time capsule of American history and culture, reached out to Dr Ruth Westheimer and asked her to donate an object to its vast collection. Soon you will also be able to find the microphone that Westheimer used at WYNY, the New York radio station that helped cement her fame as a frank-talking sex therapist inin no small part thanks to her unmistakable accent. Westheimer thinks for a moment. Not a problem, I assure her. Whatever is easiest. We are in Manhattan where Westheimer has lived for 55 years in a two-bedroom apartment overlooking the Hudson River. From the window, she points to the other bank — a steep escarpment known as the Palisades. Being a widow, she says, is harder than being an orphan.
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