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

The Fetishization of Virginity
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The Fetishization of Virginity

Throwback Thursday, y’all. Time for a vintage piece that originally went up in September of 2012. What is virginity? Many people only know it by its loss, which is identified as a penis entering a vagina for the first time. But what if you’ve had oral sex? Or an anal sex? You can get a … Continue reading

Sex with Doctors
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Sex with Doctors

Hey, kittens. It’s #ThrowbackThursday and time for a classic piece. This originally ran in August of 2011. ….That is, talking to doctors about sex… and we’re both doctors… and it’s called Sex with Timaree…. oh, you get it. Strap on your smart kid pants because this is one of the most informative, fact-packed Sex with … Continue reading

Did You Hear About the Girl Who…. :Podcast with Dr. Elissa Henken Pt I
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Did You Hear About the Girl Who…. :Podcast with Dr. Elissa Henken Pt I

Hey kittens, it’s Throwback Thursday, so we’re checking out a vintage piece that originally ran in February of 2012. If you dig this episode, check out the second half here. Urban legends, rumors, gossip, jokes and folklore: they are part of our every day conversations and they shape the way we view almost everything. Have … Continue reading

Life in a Sexual Vacuum
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Life in a Sexual Vacuum

Hey kittens, it’s Throwback Thursday, time for a classic piece. This post originally went up June of 2011.    You know about straight people, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and maybe even pansexuals, queer and even people who are attracted to objects. But what about asexuals? What is it like to live as an asexual person in … Continue reading