What happens when you discover the reason you’ve never been interested in sex is that you’ve been having the wrong kind of sex for your body? And that the mismatch at the root of your loving-but-sexless marriage is that your spouse doesn’t want that kind of sex?
Kay is our youngest guest yet, and she lets us in on how her generation is exploring sex differently because they’re the first with easy access to p*rn. She has dated people of multiple genders, and realized she loves all bodies. Despite her young…
Tori grew up in purity culture, learning what she didn’t want: a life with more shame than sex, and strict gender roles.
Tee is unhappily married, and unhappy with her sex life-like so many people. Also like too many, she experiences the lingering impacts of sexual assault.
72-year-old Paulette grew up in a conservative time and culture, which has impacted her lifelong ability to experience pleasure.
Stacey has had a rich sex life, and now finds happiness, satisfaction, and opportunity for personal growth in open relationships.
An episode dedicated to lifting the stories and voices of women and non-binary folx of color.
Maya how growing up Muslim 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.
Tenisha chose intentional celibacy at age 23. We talk about her early conversations in internet chat rooms, needing alcohol in order to have sex, and the relationship she’s in now.
Jazz uses the pronouns “they/them.” The major theme of this conversation is gender. Jazz talks about how genitals are not the be-all-end-all of gender.