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?
How can kink un-kink you? Cate talks about using kink as therapy for chronic pain, emotional overwhelm, and neurodivergent patterns. Also: the unseen effects ADHD can have on your sex life.
How do you know you’re queer if you don’t even know that’s an option? It’s hard to imagine what we can’t see.
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…
Gina had a history of acting out and questionable marriages. She is realizing she was groomed to be this way as a child, and it’s a trauma response to early assaults.
Danielle’s earliest sexual experiences were non-consensual and has impacted her in implicit, explicit, and confusing ways.
Christine participates in orgies, bondage, non-monogamy, skilled play partners, and sex-positive parties. She also experiences dissociation and OCD that impact her ability to orgasm.
Vin married young. She started as a “good girl” and now enjoys an open and communicative sexual relationship with her husband.
Hope is trapped in a sexually repressive, emotionally abusive marriage shaped by the patriarchal traditions and relationship culture of her country of origin.
Jordan is a young mother of young children; she’s also a doula, and therefore all up in bodies and their business.