I felt guilty about feeling pleasure – Cathy

Cathy experienced childhood molestation, which caused her to dissociate from her body and feel huge shame about her body. As she grew older, she also gained weight, which left her feeling like no one would ever want her.

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.

I’m the funny one, not the pretty one – Erin

Erin is a queer woman who deals with OCD, has tattoos that help her love her body, and has always seen herself as the “funny one” not the “pretty one.” This is a really fun conversation that you don’t want to miss.

There’s something to be said for having tits – Davina

Davina is Jewish, queer, and transgender and she’s willing to talk about everything – having sex as a trans person and how it works; the current state of her genitals and how she likes them to be interacted with; and much more.

I feel like my belly’s too big – Jane

Jane went to Catholic School while growing up in Scotland, and her family never discussed sex. We talk about her resulting difficulty in communicating about sex, her body image, and exploring BDSM.