Maya was born in the Sudan and came to the United States at age 6. She shares the frustrations she’s had around religion and how it affected her sexuality, the way she used sex in her early life to fill an emotional void, and the pleasure she has finally found with her husband.
Brianna grew up in the Baptist church where she learned that sex was sinful, but she and her husband have recently begun exploring swinging. In part 2 of our conversation, Brianna shares how that exploration began and how their swinging activities have evolved over the last 6 months. We discuss jealousy, various degrees of partner swapping, emotional monogamy, and more!
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
Martyna is a 29-year-old, cis-gender woman who describes herself as white, heterosexual, monogamous, and in a relationship. She grew up in Poland and now lives in South Africa. Major themes in this episode include depression, learning about consent as an adult, and exploring BDSM.
Diana had a traumatic birth with her older son, which led to a disconnection from her body and her pleasure. She was able to have a vaginal birth with her younger child, which helped reconnect her with her body and sexuality.
Jane went to Catholic School while she was growing up in Scotland and in her family she learned that certain topics should never be discussed – including sex. Major themes include difficulty in communicating about sex, body image and sex, and exploring BDSM.
Shelly grew up in the Mormon church, got married and had seven children as she was expected to do. Then several years ago she started questioning her faith and left the church. She then realized that she’s also a lesbian, which is an extreme no-no in the Mormon church.
Terri was born in Pakistan and for the first ten years of her life, she lived in a culture where physical affection was not seen and it was assumed she would have an arranged marriage. When her family moved to the United States, everything changed. Terri provides us with a fascinating glimpse into what it’s like to live with a foot in two worlds.