Voices of Color – Raising the volume
An episode dedicated to lifting the stories and voices of women and non-binary folx of color.
The worse I felt, the more sex I had – Maya
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.
I had to get drunk to have sex – Tenisha
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.
Vibrators changed my life – Jazz
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.
A throbbing in my nether regions – Michelle
Michelle’s wife is the love of her life, but their physical relationship has always been difficult. Recently Michelle met a man who brought her sexual feelings roaring back to life.
Sex is like Domino’s Pizza – Margot
Margot is in an open relationship with a man who lives in another country. This allows Margot to not only have companionship between their visits, she also can have sexual relations with women.
It was never: I’m ready, let’s do this – Shana
Shana talks about healing from old hurts, learning about consent, and discovering our own pleasure, rather than just focusing on pleasing our partner.
Minisode with Reema Zaman
Welcome to a between-the-seasons mini episode of Good Girls Talk About Sex!
I made out with a cousin in the closet – Stacey
Stacey grew up in a childhood home that lacked affection, something that continues to present challenges in her adult relationships. She opens up about being a single mom and choosing ethical non-monogamy after her divorce.