“But Our Contract Says We’ll Have Sex Twice a Week….”
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“But Our Contract Says We’ll Have Sex Twice a Week….”

Hey frans, it’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This one originally went up in November of 2012.  You may recall that I posted about the sexuality training that I conducted with Widener University’s Residence Assistants. These young folks are on the front lines of dealing with the sexuality issues of college freshmen: directing them … Continue reading

What Does It Mean to Have Rape Fantasies?
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What Does It Mean to Have Rape Fantasies?

Greetings, kittens. It’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This one is an early, early episode and originally went up in March of 2012. It’s hard to know exactly how common any fantasy is. It’s already hard to do research on sexual behavior and attitudes, with the amount of taboo placed on talking honestly … Continue reading

I’ve never gotten off. What if I’m broken? Tales of (and solutions to!) Pre-orgasmia
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I’ve never gotten off. What if I’m broken? Tales of (and solutions to!) Pre-orgasmia

It’s #TBT kittens and time for a vintage podcast. This one originally went up October of 2012! “I used to be able to get off with no problem. Not anymore. Now I don’t even have much interest in sex and if I do have sex, I end up faking it.” “I’ve never had an orgasm. … Continue reading

A List of Common Misconceptions
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A List of Common Misconceptions

What was the first thing you remember being told about sex that was just…. wrong? More than almost any subject, we get factually incorrect information about human sexuality. Maybe an adult mislead you, perhaps a peer misunderstood how things really work, it could have even been in a classroom. Part of the issue is that … Continue reading

Dealing with “Well Meaning” Slut-Shamers
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Dealing with “Well Meaning” Slut-Shamers

It’s Thursday and time for a #TBT vintage podcast. This one originally went up July 2014. The Christian mommy blogger who wrote “My Husband Doesn’t Need to See Your Boobs” was only the tip of the iceberg. Plenty of folks are aware that it’s inappropriate and mean to call someone a harlot directly, but it … Continue reading

Sex Positive Feminism: A How-To Guide
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Sex Positive Feminism: A How-To Guide

Hey friends, it’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This one first went up in August of 2014. I was recently granted the rad opportunity to present at a DIY Skillshare conference in West Philadelphia and asked to share my how-to knowledge about being a sex positive feminist.  What do those words even mean? … Continue reading

Skin Hunger, Condoms and the Life in the Dorms
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Skin Hunger, Condoms and the Life in the Dorms

Happy Throwback Thursday, y’all. For #TBT we’re checking out a podcast that originally went up in November of 2012. There are a few jobs where people work the sexual front lines and can really make a difference in the sexual behavior of others. Gynecologists, HIV testers, and relationship counselors may come to mind. But an … Continue reading