“Deaf U” star Alexa Paulay-Simmons gets candid about who she is (and always has been) as a sexual person, and how that’s shaped her life—both on the inside through her choices and experiences, and on the outside with the tight-knit Deaf community and the show’s global audience.
Leah gets real about how her intimate life has weathered the pandemic, and how confronting her partner’s depression spiral turned out to be a better strategy—for both of them—than enduring it.
Debbie was formed by experiences of both pleasure and pain. She was blessed with good early relationships, but also is a survivor of the epidemic of sexual abuse in elite women’s sport. Her faith in herself helped her choose to heal.
STARS is an easy-to-remember acronym for conversations that lead to awesome consensual sex. Dr. Evelin Dacker developed the STARS method […]
Lachlan was born with a vagina. His is the story of how a boy learned to be a girl, then learned to be invisible, then a lesbian, before learning that he could just be who he was all along, except that it’s still … complicated.
What kind of touch do you enjoy? Have you thought about the ways, and places? Touch is a many-splendored thing.
Gretchen had limited sexual experience prior to age 40 because she believed she was ugly and broken. Finally the pain of isolation led her to seek sexual healing with a tantric practitioner.
Even people who think they’re completely open sexually have hard red lines. This week Leah digs into discerning what your absolute no’s are and how to share them with your partner(s).
Candi lives with Muscular Dystrophy. She shares what it’s like to date and to have sex with a disability, as well as loving rough sex.
After having a baby, a mom is feeling alone in the process of re-learning her body. Leah explains why it’s more than okay to seek support, and how that can generate its own kind of healing.