Leah talks about learning the difference between sensual and sexual touch, learning how to determine and voice boundaries, and her ongoing battle with body image issues.
Cathy dissociated from her body and felt huge shame as the result of childhood molestation. Today she advocates for all people to release shame and feel pleasure, regardless of their body shape and size.
Julia and her partner have an open relationship – but they haven’t taken advantage of it yet. This is an amazing conversation for anyone considering opening their relationship.
In these new solo episodes, Leah tells her own story. Today, she talks about confusing messages she got around sexuality as a child. Also: listener questions!
Jillian has a significant aversion to sex. Because she is actively searching for answers, Leah provides some gentle coaching and exercises.
Voluptuous Leah is a plus-size model and Instagram influencer. We talk about sex in a plus-size body, people who fetishize fat, and finding a partner who appreciates her for who she is rather than the size of her body. In the second half, we talk about how to manage sex in the age of COVID-19.
Brianna grew up in the Baptist church where she learned that sex was sinful. In this first of a two-part episode, Brianna talks about her early relationships, meeting her husband, and how they recently began talking about exploring swinging
Timari wanted to share her history with abortion because it hadn’t been addressed much on the show yet. Along the way, we also talk about being raised in the Mormon church, being in an abusive marriage and cheating, and her sex life with her current husband.
Tenisha is a practicing Christian who went through a period of intentional celibacy as an adult. In this conversation she talks about her early conversations in internet chat rooms, needing alcohol in order to have sex, her choice to become celibate at age 23, and the relationship she’s in now
Jazz is a gender non-conforming person who uses the pronouns “they” and “theirs”. The major theme of this episode is gender. Jazz talks about how genitals are not the be-all-end-all of gender. If all of the recent talk about gender as a spectrum has you confused or uncomfortable, this is the episode to listen to!