Surrogate Sex Partners: a Conversation with Mark Shattuck
Bisexuality / Body Image / dating / Gender / LGBT / Long Term Relationships / Male Ejaculation / masturbation / orgasms / sexuality education

Surrogate Sex Partners: a Conversation with Mark Shattuck

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage episode! This one originally went up in September of 2012! If you’re having sexual difficulties in your relationship, you and your partner can go visit with a sex therapist. The therapist can talk with you about what’s going on, chat about what your sex life is like and … Continue reading

What Gets Shanna Katz Excited?
Anatomy/Physiology / BDSM / Bisexuality / Body Image / dating / LGBT / Long Term Relationships / oral sex / Podcast / Sex Toys / sexuality education

What Gets Shanna Katz Excited?

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage episode. This one first went up in May of 2014.   In some ways, Shanna Katz is the Stephen King of sex education. This board certified sexologist and professional pervert has been cranking out new books like nobody’s business over the last few years, including Lesbian Sex Positions: 100 … Continue reading

Take a Trip to the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit
anal sex / Anatomy/Physiology / BDSM / Bisexuality / Body Image / Desire / Fantasy / Feminism / Fetish / Group Sex / LGBT / masturbation / media / Podcast / Pornography / Prostitution / safer sex / Sex Toys / sexuality education

Take a Trip to the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit

It’s time for #TBT and a vintage podcast- this one originally ran in November of 2014. I’ll be headed back to the Woodhull Summit this fall, presenting on the origins of SEXx and running a sex positive collective.  This year I had the opportunity to present a Sexercise workshop at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, an annual … Continue reading

Dave Lampert: Inventor of the Sybian
Anatomy/Physiology / Desire / Female Ejaculation / masturbation / Sex Toys / sexuality education

Dave Lampert: Inventor of the Sybian

It’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast. This originally went up in December of 2013. 26 years ago, the first Sybian machines were shipped to customers. Looking back, the folks who placed these orders were like astronauts, venturing to uncharted territory in space…with dildos. In a world filled with endless options for sex toys, … Continue reading

Lessons from Polyamory & Sex Therapy: a Creative Mornings Talk
polyamory / sexuality education

Lessons from Polyamory & Sex Therapy: a Creative Mornings Talk

I had the honor and privilege of speaking at Creative Mornings about what lessons we can take from polyamory and sex therapy to other facets of life. If you weren’t able to make it: never fear; we got you. Questions? Comments? Violent reactions? Email sexwithtimaree@gmail.com or tweet @timaree_leigh See more at http://www.facebook.com/sexwithtimaree and http://tinyurl.com/swtpod Continue reading

Tough Cookies: Sexuality and Feminism with a Lesbian Slant
Bisexuality / Body Image / dating / Feminism / Gender / media / Podcast / Pornography / Prostitution / Race / Rape / Sex in the news / sexuality education

Tough Cookies: Sexuality and Feminism with a Lesbian Slant

Hey all, it’s #TBT and time for a vintage podcast that originally went up in May of 2012. Since this episode, Melissa Fabello has built an empire online for body positivity and feminism. Check out her more recent work. Melissa Fabello was growing tired of the lesbian blog scene. From her vantage, a space that … Continue reading

Skin Hunger, Condoms and the Life in the Dorms
abstinence / anal sex / Anatomy/Physiology / Bisexuality / Body Image / Coming Out / contraception / dating / Gender / Infidelity / LGBT / Long Term Relationships / oral sex / Podcast / Rape / safer sex / sexuality education / Sexually Transmitted Infections

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