Curious Conversations About Sex
By Curious Conversations About Sex
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Sexuality professionals and educators answer your questions about sex and related topics.
||CleanAs a ‘top’, how do you recover when things don’t go as planned?||What a ripper of a question today. Big thanks to Greg for hitting us up with this one. To answer it, I’m back with Seani Love, an award-winning sex-worker and workshop facilitator. The conversation comes across like you’ve walked in on a co||5 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat’s this language, of ‘cock-owners’ and ‘vulva-owners’? (Part 2 of 2)||Today, we’ve got the second part of a conversation with Lee Harrington and Euphemia Rustle about all sorts of things to do with gender. And in particular, how we can all get along more, regardless of how long we’ve been immersed in gender-di||21 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhat’s this language, of ‘cock-owners’ and ‘vulva-owners’? (Part 1 of 2)||…From there, this conversation rolls into topics relating to trans and queer identities, how we as individuals cope with a world that doesn’t always understand our identities, and how much things have evolved. All this, without creating the i||20 12 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow is kinky sex, and role-play in particular, a therapeutic process?||In this adventurous conversation with sex-worker and workshop facilitator Seani Love, the conversations draws many parallels and connections between therapy and kink. This is a conversation deep in the details of how to use kink for liberation and emp||30 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSafer sex (and sex, generally) part 3 of 3||Today, we’ve got the third of a three-part conversation about safer sex. Issiah McKimmie and I continue chatting about the detailed pragmatics, as well as the broader communication and psychological issues. We start with dental dams, move onto sa||19 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|