I had to get drunk to have sex – Tenisha
Tenisha chose intentional celibacy at age 23. We talk about her early conversations in internet chat rooms, needing alcohol in order to have sex, and the relationship she’s in now.
Vibrators changed my life – Jazz
Jazz uses the pronouns “they/them.” The major theme of this conversation is gender. Jazz talks about how genitals are not the be-all-end-all of gender.
I have to put on my own oxygen mask first
In this special episode, Leah talks about her recent slide into anxiety and depression.
Year One Celebration – Q&A extravaganza
At the end of year one, we hear new content from some of our most popular conversations so far.
I had sex with a lot of people while I was married – Lisa
Lisa had no sexual chemistry with her first husband, and she had many affairs. Today she is in a monogamous long-distance relationship, finding lots of ways to keep the sex alive between visits.
Secrets are complicated – Sarah
Through her early 20s, Sarah dated much older men. She talks about the pressure and power differentials in those relationships. Today she has physical difficulties with sex and she talks about how she and her husband work around them.
A throbbing in my nether regions – Michelle
Michelle’s wife is the love of her life, but their physical relationship has always been difficult. Recently Michelle met a man who brought her sexual feelings roaring back to life.
Is it too late to get what I want? – Jo
Jo chooses friends-with-benefits in her relationships because she doesn’t want “a man underfoot”. She also deals with the sexual after-effects of having numerous surgeries for birth defects.
People don’t f*ck me, I f*ck them – Shasta
Shasta has been with her husband for 20 years and we talk about the challenges of boredom after a long time together. She is Canadian First Nation/Cree and is working to heal childhood issues as an adult.
I wish my husband would leave me – Aimee
Aimee is in an unhappy marriage with a man whose temper scares her. She is in the early stages of an affair with another man.