Caz is a disability advocate who has learned to accept and manage pain using kink play.
Tori grew up in Purity Culture, which taught her what she didn’t want—a life with far more shame than sex, compounded by firmly fixed instructions around gender.
Ar Blia has been untangling early experiences of trauma, limiting cultural beliefs, and confusing desires. Even within a conservative community, she has been able to find adventure, find herself, and find a partner who truly works for her.
Karin talks about living and loving with cerebral palsy. She is frank about planning, logistics, and how things like choice and vulnerability show up differently for her than for able-bodied people.
Chandra grew up in the 7th Day Adventist church, which she equates to a cult. She faults the church for neither acknowledging nor teaching that consent exists for women.
Vin married young and enjoys a positive and openly communicative sexual relationship with her husband. She talks about their explorations in erotica, kink, anal play, toys, plugs, and taboo porn, all in a curvy body.
Donya started getting sexual attention very young because her body developed early. After having a child and settling into the closest thing to commitment outside of marriage, she received a breast cancer diagnosis.
Charlotte experienced sexual violation at the hands of the yoga guru she followed. Today, after fleeing that community with her husband and having two kids, she is divorced and exploring what comes next.
Cindy, a married mother of one, looks for support around having sex for connection while also trying to conceive another baby.
Caitlin and Chris have a coaching session with Leah about their BDSM explorations, including communication, dom/sub dynamics, pleasure for both people, and sourcing new ideas.