Minisode with Reema Zaman
Welcome to a between-the-seasons mini episode of Good Girls Talk About Sex!
Season One finale – The Quick Five extravaganza
A compilation of the Q&A answers from throughout the first season. Presented in the hopes that you’ll remember that however you do YOU and YOUR BODY is exactly perfect for YOU.
Submission is a gift because it’s hard – Amy
Amy had been with her husband for almost 30 years when they discovered they were both interested in a new sexual adventure.
I warned him that I’m a plus-size girl – Elizabeth
Elizabeth enjoys pegging with her male partner. She opens up about how they got into it, why she loves it, and why it’s scary to admit to when living in a small, conservative town.
I’m trans and here’s why it’s awesome – Trystan
Trystan Reese is a transgender man who gave birth to a baby conceived with his husband. While Trystan has been living as a man for the past 15 years, he was raised and socialized as a female for his first 18 years.
Sex scenes in movies turn me on – Yaz
Yaz describes herself as a fat, gender queer, pansexual, person of color who holds space for those whose voices get lost in the shuffle.
Sex workers are selling a fantasy – Kate
Kate is a dancer in a strip club who forced me to come face-to-face with my own judgments about sex workers.
The STARS method
Dr. Evelin Dacker explains the STARS method that helps you talk ABOUT sex with a new partner BEFORE you have sex. Followed by a sample STARS conversation.
My sex education came from Judy Blume – Evelin
Dr. Evelin Dacker is a sex-positive physician in Oregon and the CEO of Sex Positive Portland. She shares her own history with sexuality in this emotional episode.
Attention came with a price tag – Jessi
Jessi Kneeland learned early on that male attention came at a price. Having done her own intense work around childhood trauma and how it affected her body image, she now leads others through that same work.