GOOD GIRLS TALK ABOUT SEX
A podcast featuring deep conversations with everyday women* about their personal experience of sex and female sexuality.
* Gender is complicated. Specifically, the show features people who were brought up as little girls plus trans women.
I feel better when I’m naked – This Is Not About Your Body
In a special crossover episode, Leah talks with Jessi Kneeland on the “This Is Not About Your Body” podcast about how body image and sexuality intersect; body image in partnership; advocating for your own needs; and much more.
I like to be choked and have my hair pulled – Candi
Candi lives with Muscular Dystrophy. She shares how it progressed and how it changed her physical capabilities over her lifetime, and what it’s like to date and to have sex with a visible disability. She also opens up about loving rough sex and BDSM, despite what others might perceive as fragility.
I had sex with a lot of people while I was married – Lisa (update)
Leah shares the health issues she’s been dealing with, and why they have brought up extensive flashbacks to her mother’s cancer journey.
I imagined group sex while masturbating – Michelle
Michelle wanted multiple partners and group sex even while surfing through old-school hetero-normative porn on the family computer.
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Behind The Curtain
My goal with the podcast is to reflect the racial and gender diversity of the United States as closely as possible. These numbers reflect the interviews I have conducted thus far (including interviews that have been recorded and are scheduled to air, but not including interviews that have been recorded and will not air.)
I work with people who were brought up to be “good girls” release old-fashioned beliefs about what is “normal”, so they can identify and advocate for their true sexual pleasure and satisfaction.