When a dancer goes from embodying the feminine ideal to challenging it, beauty and gender standards are thrown into beautiful disarray.
What do you call a virgin who loves getting head? A comedian! Kyndra Crump takes a deep dive into heteroflexibility and gets some re-education about why losing your virginity doesn’t have to hurt—especially if you already like the rest of the stuff. She also learns about swingers-club protocols when she opens up about her exhibitionist desires.
Growing up in a conservative church, some kids don’t even know being gay is an option.
Is it normal to want to date without hook-ups? And what if you don’t even know who you want to date?
Brenda grew up in a “sex silent” household and transitioned right into purity culture. For a naturally highly sexual person, this spelled dysfunction and disaster.
Chandra grew up in the 7th Day Adventist church, which she says neither acknowledges nor teaches that consent exists for women.
Charlotte experienced sexual violation by a yoga guru. Today, after fleeing that community with her husband and having two kids, she is divorced and exploring what comes next.
Yami opens up about a variety of common though not-commonly-talked-about subjects: sexual assault by a family member, and navigating polyamory.
Jo chooses friends-with-benefits in her relationships because she doesn’t want “a man underfoot”. She also deals with the sexual after-effects of having numerous surgeries for birth defects.
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.