Tangentially Speaking

100 – Cacilda Jethá

By November 23, 2014 September 14th, 2019 No Comments

Dr. Cacilda Jethá is unlike anyone you’ve ever met. Guaranteed. She’s been my wife, friend, co-author, and partner in crime for the past 15 years. She doesn’t know many lives she’s saved, how many people have died in front of her, or how many babies she’s brought into the world. She’s part Indian, part Persian, part African, part Portuguese, and speaks seven languages—sometimes all in one very confusing sentence. She’s left-handed but learned to be ambidextrous. Like a lovely shaman, she dances between her worlds with incredible grace, generosity, and humor.

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Music: 1. Preto e Mi. Tito Paris. 2. Down in Belgorod. Paul Winter. 3. Petit Pays. Cesária Évora.

Photos: 1. Taken of us in Amsterdam, just after Sex at Dawn was published. 2. In medical school. 3. After winning the title of Fittest Woman in Catalonia (DIR Gyms) in 2002. 4. Early troubles with technology.

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