It’s been a tough week. With the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, fully half of the American population has lost the ability to make health care choices for our own bodies.
We are now more regressive on reproductive health than countries like Mexico.
Leah talks about what’s been going on and where she’s been. Then, a deep dive into whether not saying “no” is the same as assault.
Leah shares how she ended up appearing as a featured guest on the #1 sex and relationship advice podcast Savage LoveCast, and why it is such a big deal for her.
Leah talks about her current mental and emotional state – including taking a couple weeks off from the podcast.
Leah gets real about how her intimate life has weathered the pandemic, and how confronting her partner’s depression turned out to be a better strategy than enduring it.
Leah talks about a consent violation she experienced during medical care last year, and also shares her insights into her own fear around exercising.
How Leah ended up doing a six month solo road trip around the country in her car, and the sexual healing she never expected to find while on the road.
How Leah learned the difference between sensual and sexual touch, learning how to determine and voice her boundaries, and her ongoing battle with body image issues.
Leah talks about healing from childhood messaging about her body and sexuality, learning to say “no”, and how women protect men’s feelings during heterosexual sex.
Leah begins telling her own story. In this first one, she talks about the confusing messages she got around sexuality when she was a child.