Stacey grew up aware of and comfortable with her own pleasure from an early age. She has a daughter and is twice divorced. She’s had a rich sex life, and now finds happiness, satisfaction, and opportunity for personal growth in open relationships.
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.
It’s been a year! In this final episode of 2019, we revisit some of our most popular conversations so far.
Margot is in an open, long-distance relationship. She has lived in many countries, giving her insight into different sexual cultures around the world.
Davina is a 33-year-old, transgender woman who describes herself as white, Jewish, queer, polyamorous and actively dating. Major themes include discovering and navigating gender identity, and sex as a trans woman.
When I began this podcast, I had the typical fears – primarily, I wasn’t sure it was any good! I’ve been overwhelmed and humbled and so grateful for the responses I’ve gotten back from you, dear friends. I’ve had feedback from people telling me deep, personal stories about changes they’ve made and things they’ve learned as a result of this podcast. Nothing could make me happier! My goal in doing this podcast is to help all of us – myself included! – understand that whatever we enjoy is okay.
While some may know the term ethical non-monogamy, it’s still not spoken about often in social circles. That can lead to the misconception that it’s rare, when in fact people of all types – and even in the most conservative communities – are engaging in various forms of open relationships. Stacey is totally down-to-earth, so she’s a great person to ease us into this conversation the first time.