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This week on Not Well, hosts Bobby and Jim dive into a wide array of topics ranging from climate change to puberty stories. The episode opens with a discussion around the alarming consequences of climate change exposing coffins and even corpses from graveyards overwhelmed by flooding. This leads into commentary on a viral video depicting Rep. Lauren Boebert blowing smoke and acting disruptive during a Broadway performance of Beetlejuice, pointing to her immature behavior unbecoming of a congresswoman.Transitioning to the subject of aging, the hosts talk about an interaction with two 22-year-old women that made them feel ancient and out of touch, highlighting the vast generational divide and relatability gap between millennials and Gen Z. They touch on how quickly one can go from young adulthood to middle age.Nostalgic stories follow about chaotic family weddings, with drunk bridesmaids vomiting and family dysfunction on full display after too much open bar consumption. The hosts analyze how youthful alcohol-fueled mistakes take on more gravity with age. Discussion moves to the awkward early onset of puberty, from first wet dreams to the worry over small penis size exacerbated by urban legends around dye #5 shrinkage.Examining race issues, the hosts react to a bizarre video showcasing German model Martina Big who chemically darkened her skin while adopting racial stereotypes in an offensive attempt to become Black. They conclude she erroneously conflates race with stereotypical aesthetics and behaviors. On relationships, the hosts open up about recently letting go of disappointing partners and learning to set boundaries around clear communication.In closing musings, the hosts explain feeling disillusioned by straight bars and desiring the welcoming diversity of queer spaces. They question why certain restaurant chains like Pizza Hut and Golden Corral choose to brand themselves with the lowbrow connotations of words like “hut” and “corral.” And they impart dubious advice on avoiding STDs via hands-only stimulation.0:00 - Cold open / Intro1:21 - Video of Rep. Lauren Boebert's disruptive behavior during Broadway show5:05 - Getting older and feeling disconnected from younger generations9:09 - Stories of chaotic family weddings15:35 - Going through puberty at different ages18:59 - Reacting to a woman trying to make herself appear Black26:57 - Remembering delayed puberty34:04 - Discussing the universe and human nature44:28 - Letting go of disappointing relationships49:41 - Feeling disillusioned hanging out in straight bars57:09 - Questioning names like Pizza Hut and Golden Corral1:00:00 - Closing thoughts and advice on avoiding STDsSupport the showAs always you can write us at email@example.com or call us at (614) 721-5336 and tell us your Not Wells of the week InstagramTwitterBobby's Only FansHelp us continue to grow and create amazing content, like a live tour or just help fund some new headphones when needed. Any help is appreacited. https://www.buzzsprout.com/510487/subscribe#gaypodcast #podcast #gay #lgbtq #queerpodcast #lgbt #lgbtpodcast #lgbtqpodcast #gaypodcaster #queer#instagay #podcasts #podcasting #gaylife #pride #lesbian #bhfyp #gaycomedy #comedypodcast #comedy #nyc #614 #shesnotdoingsowell #wiltonmanor #notwell
It's supposed to be cheesy - the boys are in Philly and they are joined LIVE onstage by Umar Khan and Joe DeRosa! They talk: STDs, bad sexual decisions, and trusting Papa Joe to test narcotics! It's Tuesdays! The first hour is here for free, check out the full show with an additional 50 minutes only at patreon.com/tuesdays Sponsors: - Support the show and get 10% off your 1 st month of therapy at https://www.betterhelp.com/TUESDAYS - Support the show and get 20% off your 1 st order with code TUESGAYS at https://www.sheathunderwear.com - Support the show & get 20% off & free shipping at https://www.manscaped.com with promo code DRUNK
Ready to get your (Herspiration) HAPPY HOUR on? Join the ladies of Herspiration Happy Hour Podcast for an all-new episode full of body positivity (wait...& STDs), and other top news stories. Put on your listening ears and pour yourself a drink; you don't want to miss this one! Tune in for your podcast fix - it's guaranteed to be entertaining!Don't forget you can chat with the ladies during the show in the comments! Connect with the host on IG:@iamdrpgurley@thegirlfriendtherapist@thebluephoenixheals@dianarichardsonphillipusCatch up on past episodes on YouTube, Apple Podcast, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Spotify, Google Podcast, and many other platforms.Don't forget to subscribe to our Youtube Channel!#podcast #season6 #empoweringwomen #goaldiggers #ladybosstribe #inspiration #womanceo #empowerher #savvybusinessowner #womensupportingwomen #thisgirlmeansbusiness #motivation #womenempowermentSupport the show
From the struggles of abortion to the complexities of contraception within marriage, Patrick addresses it all with compassion and clarity. We also share inspiring stories of redemption and healing, reminding us of the resilience and beauty of the human spirit. Oscar - The church seems to still teach the rhythm method (or NFP) for birth control. Why would it let that happen but not other means of contraceptives? Cyrus shares a deeply personal email from a woman who had an abortion years ago and even though she is a different person today, she still lives with that pain in her heart and she is having a hard time listening to the show when the topic of Abortion comes up Patrick shares the beautiful poem “I Would Have Loved You” Pamela - I have college age kids. Can they use condoms in order to protect themselves from STDs? Ken - How do you square God wanting me to be happy with the annulment process? My wife divorced me and the annulment process is taking a while. I want to do God's will but there doesn't seem to be anything I can do.
In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Andrew Sikora about the link between HPV, the most common sexually-transmitted disease, and head and throat cancers in men. While we hear more about HPV-linked cervical cancer in women, Dr. Sikora will discuss the types of cancers HPV causes in men, risk factors, signs and symptoms, how it is treated once diagnosed, and prognosis after treatment. He will also talk about prevention and the HPV vaccine. Dr. Sikora is professor and director of Research in the Department of Head and Neck surgery at University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He is also the Co-Deputy Division Head for Research in the Division of Surgery at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. His clinical expertise is in throat cancer and HPV-related heaed and neck cancers and his research focuses on tumor immunology and immunotherapies for cancer. You can learn more about him here.You can contact Dr. Eeks at bloomingwellness.com.Follow Dr. Eeks on Instagram here.Or Facebook here.Or Twitter.On Youtube.Or Threads.SUBSCRIBE to her newsletter here.Support the show
Leave a voicemail for Dr. Drew to answer on the show at (818) 253-1693 or email your question to DrDrewAfterDark@gmail.com.This week Dr. Drew tackles more of the Booth Boys' wild medical speculations and curiosities. There's a little people convention happening in Austin that has particularly peaked the Booth Boys' interest. Meanwhile, Dr. Drew is trying to stay with the new lingo the boys have taught him. This episode's listener questions largely surround the topic of sexual heath. Things get crazy when you don't treat STDs as the Booth Boys find out via Google images. Enny has testosterone questions which evolves into a discussion on his loser mentality. They wrap up the episode with some delightfully curated TikToks.https://drdrew.com/https://store.ymhstudios.com/
On today's 8-31-23 Thursday show: Selena sleeps through her alarms again, Chidi gives an update about Beyonce's show at Levi Stadium, a woman gets ghosted by someone she was on vacay with, Selena talks bras, an update if Chidi completed the bet Selena gave her, Selena Gomez upset some fans with a post, Tiffany Haddish claims her dog can detect STDs, 50 Cent hits a woman with a microphone during a show and so much more!
Three times in this passage Paul uses the phrase, “God gave them up”. So what does this mean? Simply put: God will allow men and women to go as far down the path of destruction as they desire. If one continues to deny God then what follows is all kinds of perversion. For example, one of the most popular genres of porn today is incest. Paul tells us there are consequences to depravity. These reverberations reveal God's truth. We reap what we sow. In 2022 the top five infectious diseases amongst teenagers were: Cold, flu, strep throat, mono, gonorrhea and syphilis. According to the CDC there are 20 million new cases of STDs diagnosed each year, and half of those are among teens and young adults between the ages of 15 and 24. Now let me be quick to say that everything Paul has mentioned in the text is not a sickness but a sin. And sin can be overcome. In 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, the same author writes this: "Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God." Paul speaks of what he knows. He calls himself, “the worst of sinners.” He sought to kill Christians before becoming one. God's grace washed Paul clean. There is one further dimension of decline that Paul speaks of in verse 32. "Though they know God's righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.” Romans 1:32 The final ending point of a culture that has ignored God is this: People give approval, encourage and even celebrate sin. These are perhaps even more degraded than the one doing the actual sin. I'll give you an example from Paul's own time. Which is worse? The Emperor who puts the slave in the Roman colosseum to be devoured by lions or the crowd who keeps cheering the emperor on by screaming, “More!” Those committing the depravity were supremely guilty but perhaps those who were watching, applauding and encouraging were even more wretched. Does this not describe our own society? Celebrating and encouraging sin is, according to the Bible, the ultimate form of darkness within the human mind and heart. Christians, we are not immune from this. What are you going along with? What are you laughing at? What are you viewing? What is it that you think you would never do? Your defenses are down. Be careful and remember you have an adversary who knows your temptations well. Keep your eyes on Jesus. He is the one who washes and sanctifies.
This episode reviews four oral abstracts, which addressed interesting updates on mpox, presented at the STI & HIV 2023 World Congress in July. View episode transcript at www.std.uw.edu.This podcast is dedicated to an STD [sexually transmitted disease] review for health care professionals who are interested in remaining up-to-date on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of STDs. Editor and host Dr. Meena Ramchandani is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington.
Corey, Chunky, Jade and Jocelyne discuss a viewer question on the chances of getting STDs while sleeping with multiple women on the second date. Click "Follow" For The Best Self-Reliance Tips, News & Information. Subscribe To My Newsletter To Read My eBooks “3% Man” & “Mastering Yourself” Free: http://bit.ly/CCWeBooks Follow Jocelyne on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jocym14/ Follow Jade on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jadeannchanel/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/coachcoreywayne/support
The Dean's List with Host Dean Bowen – Today we are bringing the receipts to show how the American culture has declined since 1962/1963. Violent crime is up 700% over the past six decades. Teen pregnancy and STDs have been increasing exponentially since 1962/1963. The family unit has broken down as single-family homes have also increased exponentially. The one metric to decrease since 1962/1963 is SAT scores...
Hello Campers! We enter our final week of Camp Horror Show with our Cooking merit badge! This week's episode is Flesh Eating Mothers which somehow might be our most beloved movie we've ever done. Moms get STDs and eat their husbands and children. What else do you need to know? Speaking of food... get started with EveryPlate for just $1.49 per meal by going to EveryPlate.com/podcast and entering code 49horror. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Q, Liza, & Kwasi hold down this week's episode by discussing Kwasi's latest dating excursions, Sexy Redd proclaiming herself as the Raw Dog Queen, local STDs, the Battle of Alabama, and Dwyane Wade never wearing a normal shirt under his damn suit. Tune in and lock in for the madness and badness (com-bih-nayshuuuun).
Living in the moment, and seizing the day can be pretty amazing, but split second decisions can have uncomfortable or painful consequences. Spontaneity has upsides and downsides. I am night of “fun “with no boundaries can ruin the next day, and sometimes have long-term effects on your life, ranging from hangovers to legal problems to unplanned, pregnancies or STDs.) how can we protect ourselves and keep ourselves healthy, while not being overly rigid and no fun? In the short episode, Beth shares, personal examples and client examples of the price tag that comes with impulsivity and a lack of planning/Boundaries, all of which are common struggles for a person with ADHD. Beth shares three strategies to reduce impulsivity and poor judgment. 1) Have a plan or some basic boundaries ahead of time, 2) if you're on the fence about a decision, delay it, so you have time to think about it, even if that involves setting a timer for five minutes. And 3) Prepare to say no, if that's the healthiest choice, and an excuse (if you want to give one ) , especially if you're a people pleaser and you dislike disappointing people, or you go with the flow too easily. Listen to this episode and more: neverperfect.org Follow us on instagram @neverperfectpodcast Please rate and review this podcast. Send us an email with any feedback or requests: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us we welcome our favorite guest back to the pod, DB's mom Dr. Rebecca Levy-Gantt, to talk about all things vaginal health. This episode takes a close look at the prevalence and importance of diagnosing vaginal infections and conditions, which Dr. Levy-Gantt has experienced firsthand through her patients' stories. She emphasizes the importance of in-person diagnosis and enlightens us about the wide age range of her patients and the unique challenges they face. —— (0:14:34) - Importance of Proper Vaginal Infection Diagnosis (0:24:55) - Understanding Vaginal Infections and Inflammation (0:31:33) - Sexual Health and Importance of Protection (0:41:52) - Preventing and Managing Recurring Infections (0:55:53) - Gynecology Practice and Future Plans Find more from Dr. Levy-Gantt: http://premierobgynnapa.com/ Dr. Rebecca Levy-Gantt is an ObGyn in private practice in Napa California who focuses on menopause but at the current time, takes care of girls and women at all ages, 14-94. She is on Linked In, and her practice website is Premierobgynnapa.com —— Follow Sex Ed with DB on: Instagram: @sexedwithdbpodcast TikTok: @sexedwithdb YouTube: Sex Ed with DB Twitter: @sexedwithdb Facebook: @edwithdb Want to get in touch with Sex Ed with DB? Email us at email@example.com. —— Sex Ed with DB, Season 8 is Sponsored by: Lion's Den, Uberlube, Magic Wand, and Future Method. Get discounts on all of DB's favorite things here! —— About Sex Ed with DB: Sex Ed with DB is a feminist podcast bringing you all the sex ed you never got through unique and entertaining storytelling, centering LGBTQ+ and BIPOC experts. We discuss topics such as birth control, pleasure, LGBTQ+ health and rights, abortion, consent, BDSM, sex and disability, HIV, sex in the media, and more. —— Sex Ed with DB, Season 8 Team: Creator, Host, Executive Producer: Danielle Bezalel (DB) Producer and Communications Lead: Cathren Cohen Associate Producer: Sadie Lidji Marketing Coordinator: Kate Fiala
Episode 145: Family Planning for the LGBTQIA+Future Dr. Hoque explains how to assist with family planning for the LGBTQIA+ community. Some principles such as avoiding unintended pregnancies and reducing and early treatment of STIs are discussed. Written by Ashfi Hoque, MBA, MS4, Ross University School of Medicine. You are listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California, a UCLA-affiliated program sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.Arreaza: Welcome to episode 145 of the Rio Bravo qWeek podcast. My name is Hector Arreaza, a faculty member of the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program.Ashfi: Hello everyone, I am Ashfi Hoque a 4th-year medical student at Ross University School of Medicine. I am from Long Beach, California. Patient advocacy and patient-centered care have always been a priority of mine. I've volunteered for years at the LGBT+ center in Weho and Long Beach. Today we will be discussing Family Planning for everyone while learning ways to become LGBTQIA+ inclusive. Arreaza: Yes, family planning is important, and I'm glad you included all types of families. I believe medical care must be offered to everyone, and I also believe in freedom of conscience, that's why I can freely express that I support traditional family for me. Why did you choose this topic?Ashfi: I chose this topic because my partner recently went to get her physical. Her provider had an extensive conversation about family planning and even discussed the anticipated cost of freezing her oocytes. I really loved the way this provider went about the conversation so I started researching ways I can support my community and also teach others to provide Queer inclusive medical care. What is LGBTQIA+?LGBTQIA+ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, etc. The community will be referenced as the Queer community, an umbrella term for people who are not heterosexual or not cisgender. There are many inequalities that the community faces and we can do our due diligence to educate ourselves continuously and be aware that terminology and health needs may change. We have another Rio Bravo episode, Caring for LGBTQ+ Patients on Episode 103, that discusses healthcare disparities, but during this episode, we will be diving into an introduction to bridging health gaps, creating health equity, and building trust with the community. A 2023 Global Survey found that the self-identified Queer community represents 9% of the population, while the true estimate may be higher due to safety concerns. While diabetics are 10-13% of the population. These statistics show that as a medical provider, you'll encounter Queer patients more often than you think. One of the healthcare issues that Queer folks face is a lack of family planning.What is Family Planning?The World Health Organization (WHO) defines family planning as “the ability of individuals and couples to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. It is achieved through the use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of involuntary infertility.”Family planning serves three critical needs: Avoiding unintended pregnanciesReducing sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)Early treatment of STDs to reduce rates of infertilityWhen discussing family planning for patients, here are some examples of questions you can ask. What name may I use to address you?What are your pronouns?What is your gender? (Only if necessary for care, what is your assigned sex at birth?)Are you sexually active?What is the gender(s) of your partner(s)?Are you concerned about unintended pregnancy?Are you currently using any contraceptive measures?Are you taking any precautions to reduce STI/STD such as physical barriers like condoms, dental dams, or any harm reduction such as PrEP?What kind of STI/STD screening are you requesting?Do you need me to request additional labs such as oral or anal swabs?Those questions must be asked in a natural, non-judgmental way. While STD/STI screening and treatment is part of family planning, the part that we tend to neglect is the desire for Queer folks to build a family. Why is Family Planning Important for the LGBTQIA+ community?The Queer community gained the legal right to marry eight years ago, in 2015. They did not have the nationwide right to adopt until the last state, Mississippi, overturned the unconstitutional restrictions for the Queer community to adopt in 2016. A UCLA study in 2018 titled, “How many same-sex couples in the US are raising children?” reported cis-heterosexual couples: 3% are raising at least one adopted child and 95% are raising biological children while same-sex couples: 21.4% are raising at least one adopted child and 68% have a biological child. When it comes to family planning, there is more than adoption for Queer people. Queer folks are not offered the same pregnancy planning options, such as cis hetero-couples who are experiencing infertility or cis-women planning for advanced maternal age pregnancy. However, the options are quite similar. These options require specific types of planning, and that information can be provided to patients by their primary care doctor. A couple needs to know their options and consider the long-term financial planning necessary for surrogacy, in vitro fertilization (IVF), or donor insemination. The main difference for many Queer couples is the method of conception needed. Depending on sexual orientation and gender identity, patients may have varying reproductive needs as part of their family planning. We cannot make assumptions about how family planning should look and need to remember this journey looks different from person to person and couple to couple.How to approach family planning with the LGBTQIA+ community? Basic tenants of providing medical care for queer patients: Clinics specializing in Queer family planning found patient-centered care leads to better outcomes. The best approach is to be mindful, conscious, and to communicate without assumptions. We have to start with providers building trust, being honest, showing sensitivity assisting with reproductive services, and working towards being more knowledgeable about Queer parenthood. A provider could ask questions such as: Would you like information about family planning?What do you imagine your future family to look like?Would you like to see options and potential costs?Would you need a referral for a specialist?Or it can be as simple as being honest about your scope of knowledge by stating, “I am not well versed in LGBTQIA+ community issues but what ways can I support you?” It is ethically appropriate to transition care to a physician with better knowledge if you feel unable to assist a person from the LGBTQ+ community. Make sure to do it in a polite and respectful way.Gender inclusive: With more people openly identifying as non-binary and trans, there is a need for a gender-neutral approach to discussing a patient's biological and reproductive needs. First, we will avoid assuming gender identity based on the biological sex of a patient. Episode 14 of Rio Bravo does a great job of breaking down gender diversity and the difference between gender identity and biological sex. For transgender and nonbinary patients, providing care for medical transitioning often includes conversations about family planning before starting HRT. It is common to ask patients about to begin HRT if they would like to freeze their sperm or eggs. Second, we want to avoid assuming anything based on what reproductive organs a patient has. We can ask a patient about their intention to start a family. Avoid asking if a trans patient has received transitional surgery (bottom surgery) unless it is completely necessary for the care we are providing. Instead, it is appropriate to ask the patient if birthing is an option? Have you given birth before? Were there any complications? Is there any current hormonal treatment? This mindful strategy is also useful for patients who may have limitations in: producing oocytes or sperm, the ability to house a fetus in utero, or implantation and fertility. Third, we are going to address our underlying beliefs and assumptions about gendered parenthood. Parenthood is almost always thought of as motherhood and fatherhood, but this can be alienating for transgender patients. There are many possible ways of being a parent, and to be inclusive let's consider the possibility of a masculine woman or transmasculine man being a birthing parent or of a transgender woman being the mother of a child without giving birth to the child. There are many more scenarios we can discuss at another point. In the interest of time, we are going to shift into discussing family planning for lesbian and gay people and couples. Sexuality inclusive:For homosexual cis-gendered people who are single or in relationships, family planning can look similar to couples facing infertility issues. When having family planning conversations with these patients, a provider should ask broad, unassuming questions. If you have established that a queer person or couple wants a child, then you can ask if they have a family plan. If the patient or couple has a plan, follow the couple's lead. If the patient(s) do not have a plan, then you can begin to ask questions like: Do you have someone in mind to be a birth giver? Do you have a sperm donor? Do you have an egg donor? These questions are a great transition into discussing the following options for family planning.What are the options for having a newborn and the financial and ethical cost?Having a child can cost up to $100k, and this does not even include the cost of childcare. Infertility treatment is not covered by regular insurance, so patients need either infertility insurance or private financing to cover the cost of treatment. However, fertility insurance does not cover same-sex couples. There is a large emotional, physical, and ethical cost to deciding which route to choose. Let's discuss options and obstacles.1. Donor Insemination: The most affordable route is having a birth-giving parent who is fertile with a known sperm donor. This method can be as simple as using a syringe to inseminate the uterus-carrying person, but we need to consider necessary attorney fees to terminate the parental rights of the sperm donor. Sperm from a sperm bank requires an extensive workup including STD panel, HIV, and genetic disorder screening. The sperm donor gives up all parental rights during the process. The price of these procedures is constantly changing and depends on location.California Cryobank costs start at $1200 for anonymous donors and $1900 for identification disclosure donor which the child will receive information about the donor at age 18. Selecting a donor can include specifics such as race, talents, education, hobbies, physical attributes, and showing donor baby photos. There are two common insemination processes:Intracervical insemination: semen inside the cervical opening and covers the cervixIntrauterine insemination: semen is inserted through the cervix and placed directly into the cavityThe next option jumps up in cost significantly.2. Freezing Eggs (Oocyte Cryopreservation):Pacific Fertility Center Los Angeles, reports a single cycle of egg freezing can cost $6-10k per freezing cycle and may need multiple cycles without medication. The medications are typically around $3-6k depending on how much your body needs. Storage is an additional cost of $700-$1,000 a year. This is an option for parents planning pregnancy during advanced ages.3. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): It is a process where an oocyte is collected similarly to freezing eggs but fertilized with a partner's or donor's sperm.Pacific Fertility Center Los Angeles reports it costs $8-13k per cycle of fertilization. It is an option for those who have issues with infertility, previous pelvic inflammatory diseases, surgeries, and issues with implantations.4. Surrogacy: This is the process of hiring a professional birthing surrogate to carry an embryo. This is an alternative option for couples who decline or cannot carry a pregnancy. The surrogate has no legal rights or biological relation to the fetus. Family Tree Surrogacy reports it costs about $45-65k.5. Adoption: Foster care adoption in California can be $1-5k. American Cost of Adoption, reports the cost of adoption for infants in California $40-70k including the medical expenses for the birth-giving person and legal expenses for the process. Versus adopting an infant from another country due lack of resources and poverty may better their lives or cause a higher demand for infants which may be an ethical issue. Also, transcultural adoption where the race of the parents and the children are different, and navigating culture and race with the children. Adoptees have reported having racial identity crises.With all these studies, it is well documented that providers will not be perfect at giving care to the Queer community. These studies do not represent every queer person and do not take the intersectionality of race, class, or gender identity into consideration. It is our job as providers to be supportive of all types of patients in order to increase their access to proper medical care. _______________Conclusion: Now we conclude episode number 145, “Family Planning for the LGBTQIA+.” Future Dr. Hoque explained how queer people can be included in family planning conversations, even before heterosexual couples. 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James Sharman, Amy Walsh, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Dan Wong bring the hot topics: Canadian Women's team and the media, New Agreement?, Match v Australia, TFC is having a moment and, of course, TonyBet's Footy Picks. And some advice, clean the seats on rented bicycles. The Premier League has a new home in Canada this season: FuboTV. Don't miss a second of the action! Subscribe at: fubotv.com/footyprime Presenters: James Sharman, Amy Walsh, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Dan Wong Jeff Skiier: Jet Cole This podcast has content that may use words and share tales that offend, please feel free to use your best discretion. Parental discretion is advised. Be advised this episode includes
Jay and Nick Rehak (@TheRehak on Twitter) kick off a new mini-series with the 2004 movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Directed by Gore Verbinski and based on a Disney theme park ride, the movie follows the tangled exploits of Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann and Captain Jack Sparrow as they laugh, steal boats, and fight zombie monkeys. In this episode they talk about cinematic entrances, Grabbers, and pirate STDs!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4484946/advertisement
Step into the wild world of And Now We Drink, on this episode host Matt Slayer and guest Megan Mistakes dive headfirst into entertaining and candid conversations. No topic is off-limits as they navigate through an array of subjects, sharing stories, insights, and plenty of laughs along the way. In this unfiltered episode, Matt and Megan explore the Chicago tradition of taking shots of Malort, a bitter liqueur that leaves a lasting impression. Discover the lengths Megan went to ensure they had Malort on hand, and listen as Matt recounts a memorable night of Malort-fueled adventures in the Windy City. Their conversation also delves into personal experiences, as Megan opens up about her DUI and the consequent impact on her job prospects as a driver. They touch upon the legalities of alcohol delivery and debunk myths about the drinking age in different states, providing lively and informative discussions for listeners. But their banter doesn't stop there. From testing for STDs and the use of condoms in the adult entertainment industry, to sharing their favorite movies and exploring the nuances of lying in social settings, Matt and Megan tackle a wide range of intriguing topics that will keep you engaged from start to finish. Not only do Matt and Megan offer thought-provoking conversations, but they also infuse this episode with their unique perspectives on life, love, and everything in between. With a delightful blend of humor, honesty, and a touch of irreverence. So grab a drink, sit back, and join Matt Slayer and Megan Mistakes as they serve up a dose of entertaining discourse that will leave you thirsty for more. Cover your shame in our wares. New Merch! anwd.net/merch The Patreon is full of exclusive content and directly supports the show. patreon.com/mattslayer Subscribe to the youtube youtube.com/andnowwedrink Vistit the website andnowwedrink.com
Due to the breakdown of relationships and marriages, middle-aged people have taken to online dating to find an ideal mate. However, statistics show an alarming trend in recent years. Contrary to common misconceptions, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are not limited to younger generations. In fact, research reveals a significant increase in STD rates among older adults, highlighting the need for comprehensive sexual health education and accessible healthcare services for this demographic. In this podcast, Nigel Beckles, a relationship expert, shares how older adults can navigate the challenges of dating in the digital age. authornigelbeckles.com MESSAGE FROM NIGEL BECKLES: My name is Nigel Beckles, author of ‘How to Avoid Making the Big Relationship Mistakes!' I am a Relationship Specialist, Certified Relationship Coach, Speaker, Work Shop Facilitator, Online Adviser and contributor to the award-winning movie documentary ‘Looking For Love' now available on DVD. During my childhood, I witnessed several incidents of Domestic Violence, which impacted me deeply. In the past, I have made some very poor relationship choices that caused me a great deal of pain, confusion, and frustration. My personal experiences, along with a keen interest in psychology, made me determined to discover why I clearly had a pattern of becoming involved in unfulfilling relationships. Following two years of intense reflection, self-development, and personal growth, I decided to write my first book and spent five years researching what some of the top experts in the field of relationships had to say to discover the real reasons why so many end in failure or even abuse. I have developed effective strategies, many of which are included in my first book. Topics include: Intimate relationships Effective communication Challenges in relationships Differences in values and/spiritual beliefs Trust issues Jealousy and insecurity Financial issues Sexual incompatibility Intimacy issues Building self-esteem When professional support may be required The positive aspects of a healthy relationship The Facebook Group ‘Reflections on Abusive Relationships' (ROAR) created over ten years ago, is a Relationship Abuse Survivors Network that provides information and support for people who may be going through a difficult time or are in “Relationship Recovery.” We are a group of administrators who have helped a lot of people from all over the world who were having problems or were confused about their relationships. We give practical advice and support online. You can visit us @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/reflectionsonabusiverelationships With many years of experience guiding men and women through difficult relationship issues, I also specialize in Narcissism and Narcissistic Abuse. Men and women with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) are often dangerous predators who frequently devastate the lives of their victims. My mission is to help others avoid the emotional distress of making poor relationship choices and guide them towards finding a partner for a healthy, loving relationship. RELATIONSHIP SPECIALISTRelationship SpecialistAuthorWorkshop FacilitatorCertified Relationship CoachPodcasterMy Certificates --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/imanispeaks/support
Why do you suppose that Israelites, so very long ago, lived about as long as we do today with all our advances in science? The answer is pretty straightforward: Israel had a very down-to-earth law that dealt with prevention of disease rather than cure. And I think you will find that the major advances in longevity in civilized nations have more to do with sanitation than with medicine. For example, there was a law that said a man should have a spade with him when he went out to relieve himself. He had to dig a hole and cover it up. This simple regulation of sanitation accounted for a marked reduction in insect-borne diseases. Marriage, coupled with severe penalties for fornication, put the lid on STDs.These are simple enough. Some are not quite so obvious. Take the sacrificial laws, for example. One of the objects of these laws, after the object of worship, was to get the slaughtering of animals under control. The law regulated where the animals could be killed, which animals could and could not be eaten, and specifically forbade the eating of blood. I don’t think anyone at the time these laws were given understood the principles of blood-borne diseases. Their science was not far enough advanced, so God just told them what to do and they did it. Only now, in the modern age, have we have come to understand the science behind many of those old laws. Have you ever wondered what else there is in the Bible that could save your life? Maybe you ought to give it a read.Well, I can hear someone say, That was all well and good for a primitive people, but with all our scientific advances, we don’t have to worry about all that stuff. It is true that we have more knowledge today than they did. But one can only wonder about the things we do not yet know. (I can remember when we knew nothing about AIDS, a disease that got its foothold through direct violations of Old Testament laws.) The Apostle Paul encountered the same argument in the first century gentile churches. All those old laws are okay for an ignorant people, but we have knowledge they didn’t have. The Corinthian church advanced this argument to Paul, and he replied in 1 Corinthians 8.
Starting in the 1940s, American researchers travelled down to Guatemala to conduct a number of experiments around STD research. They said they intended to find a post-exposure prophylaxis, but ended up deliberately infecting over 1000 Guatemalan people with STDs... and didn't cure over half of them. How was this allowed to happen?
Robin Matthies, ASTHO's Director of Social and Behavioral Health, discusses the disparities facing LGBTQ+ youth, which is the topic in an upcoming ASTHO webinar; Christine Jones, Assistant Manager of the STD and HIV Section at the Minnesota Department of Health, explains the biggest challenges of slowing down the spread of STDs; an upcoming ASTHO webinar will cover how to serve people with disabilities during disaster events; and an ASTHO blog article explains the impact of Kentucky's choice to certify public health workers. ASTHO Webpage: Addressing LGBTQ+ Youth Health Disparities The Minnesota Department of Health: Syphilis cases rose 25 percent in 2022 despite other STDs declining slightly, new data show ASTHO Webpage: Lessons Learned from Guam Preparedness and Disability Integration ASTHO Webpage: Why Kentucky Chose to Pursue Community Health Worker Certification
This episode reviews three 2023 studies on the effectiveness of Doxy-PEP, or Doxycycline postexposure prophylaxis, to prevent bacterial STIs in MSM, transgender women, and cisgender women. As more patients ask about Doxy-PEP, the episode discusses important counseling points. View episode transcript and the studies at www.std.uw.edu.This podcast is dedicated to an STD [sexually transmitted disease] review for health care professionals who are interested in remaining up-to-date on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of STDs. Editor and host Dr. Meena Ramchandani is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington (UW) and Medical Director of the Public Health – Seattle & King County Sexual Health Clinic.
Kelli educates Maccoy on different types of birth control, how to protect yourself against pregnancy and STDs and most importantly abstinence. We also talk about peer pressure, body awareness, respect for yourself and partner and communication about readiness for big decisions. Support the showhttps://linktr.ee/onourbestbehavior
Welcome to another episode of our podcast! We're diving deep into a topic often met with hushed voices - Sexual Education. In this engaged conversation featuring figures from “Wede Salon” movement, we aim to catalyze informed discourse and increased understanding around a crucial topic. In this episode, we peel back the layers of youth and their physical relationships, providing a substantive dialogue about responsibility, maturity, and informed decision-making. Society often shies away from such, but here we confidently address what is needed - candid conversations about the reality of physical relationships among young individuals. We follow this with an exploration of emotional readiness before diving into any form of sexual activity. How prepared should one be? What does it mean to be emotionally mature when it comes to physical intimacy? Defining the appropriate age for sexual intimacy sparks interesting debates, with questions around societal norms, personal readiness, and mature understanding. As we progress, so too does our understanding of the importance of practicing safe sex, protection against STDs, and what it means to ensure our safety and health. This all leads to a poignant conversation about unwanted pregnancies, teen pregnancies, and the societal and psychological implications that come with it. The use and understanding of contraception methods are also discussed, seeking to provide our listeners with the knowledge of how to protect themselves. Communication forms a big part of our episode, as the ability to articulate one's thoughts, issues, and fears about sex and related topics often makes an astounding difference. We share insights on creating smooth dialogues about sex, to help break barriers of misunderstanding. Join us on this illuminating cruise through an essential part of human life - sexuality. No question is off-limits, no topic too controversial. Tune in and witness how an open, mature conversation on sexual education unfolds, making knowledge accessible for all. This episode is one you'd not want to miss! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gugut/message
Comedian Ariel Elias bonds with Steph over their run-ins with weirdos on the road, violent hecklers, and their shared disdain for the stigma behind STDs. Ariel also gets detailed about her delicate immune system stemming from a rare childhood bout with hip sepsis on top of telling some wild stories of the time she worked as a health clinic receptionist.
Recently Oliver got a skin rash and thought he had syphilis. Luckily, it was just a viral infection, but the scare got him and Teresa to talk about trusting doctors, STDs, health insurance, and sex education. Teresa states that it is important who we pick to be with because they can ruin your life, and thrill-seeker Oliver shares that he has lots of sex so he tests for STDs every three months. Hopeless romantic Teresa reveals that she actually enjoys getting lovebombed, and Oliver jokes that she would've fallen for Armie Hammer. The conversation then takes a more serious turn when Oliver and Teresa talk about other dangers of sex besides disease, such as sexual assault, stealthing, and murder.Teresa lo's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teresalowriter/Oliver Wong's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@oliverwongcomedy?lang=enOliver Wong's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oliverwongcomedy/Get Intimate's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getintimatepodcast/About Sex & Boba PodcastIn Asian culture, it's taboo to talk about sex, but Asian women are the most fetishized and Asian men are the most dismissed in the sexual dating pool. Someone in the culture needs to talk about this, and who better to do it than Oliver Wong, an award-winning porn director, and Teresa Lo, a journalist for Hustler Magazine? Each week, Oliver and Teresa talk about sex, pop culture, Asian-American issues, and of course, themselves in a funny, honest way. The two Taiwanese-American comedians will bring great shame on their families so that you can learn a lot but still save face.
Dr. Goldstein is one of the most trusted names in fertility and is highly recommended by her patients for her communication, responsiveness, and attention to detail. She has guided her patients through more than one thousand in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles and consistently delivers some of the highest pregnancy rates in the industry. Dr. Goldstein obtained her MD from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City and is a double board-certified OB-GYN and Reproductive Endocrinologist. During her time as a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellow at UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Medical Centers, Dr. Goldstein published and presented internationally her revolutionary discovery of an important genetic mutation that causes what had previously been considered an unexplained cause of familial infertility. In an industry that is continually becoming less personalized, Dr. Goldstein is proof that you can provide world-class fertility care and empower hopeful parents to choose a fertility journey that aligns with their goals before anything else. She weaves her way through the often overwhelming world of fertility care with intuition and empathy, to make sure her patients have a clear understanding of their diagnosis and treatment options. Dr. Goldstein is a fertility specialist at Beverly Hills Fertility and a partner of Innovative Health Diagnostics, which offers a variety of at-home tests, such as the AMH test, which focuses on infertility, as well as tests for COVID-19, general health biometric screening and both molecular and antibody STDs. Dr. Goldstein lives in Santa Monica with her two children and her husband. When she is not taking care of patients, she enjoys rowing, kayaking, yoga, traveling, and hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beverlyfertility/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BeverlyHillsFertility/ For more information about Michelle, visit www.michelleoravitz.com The Wholesome Fertility facebook group is where you can find free resources and support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2149554308396504/ Instagram: @thewholesomelotusfertility Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewholesomelotus/
Rhianna and Adam are joined by their friend, Coco, to talk about falling asleep while losing her virginity, titty sucking, and getting tested for STDs. Girl Talk is in session!**From the internet regarding HPV: 'In most cases (9 out of 10), HPV goes away on its own within two years without health problems. But when HPV does not go away, it can cause health problems like genital warts and cancer.'Give us a call and leave an anonymous voice mail to listen to on the show.(512) 910-5796Join our Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/BottledupbitchesCheck out Rhianna's Blog "The Read Room" on our website!https://www.crookedbunnymedia.com/thereadroomHead to us.funfactory.com and use code BottledUp for 15% off all ordersTwitter:@Bottleduptalk@CrookedbunEmail us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram:bottledupbitchescrookedbunnymediaThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5574080/advertisement
This week on RBNW, we dive into an array of topics; starting with an interview with AJ Owens' mother, Pamela Dias, discussing their family tragedy and fight for justice. We shed light on the disturbing trend of missing children in Cleveland, with a focus on the Black community. We analyze the alarming rise in STDs, particularly in Black communities, and explore the factors contributing to this, including changing perceptions of HIV and sexual health. Finally, we join Anthony Anderson and his mom, Doris Bowman, on their unique European adventure, and wrap up with insightful commentary from Mara S. Campo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Congenital syphilis expert Dr. Katherine Hsu reviews the complexities of when and how to test neonates for congenital syphilis, actionable differential diagnosis, treatment, and long-term infant outcomes after exposure. The discussion expands on the June 12 Congenital Syphilis Prevention episode. View episode transcript and references at www.std.uw.edu.This podcast is dedicated to an STD [sexually transmitted disease] review for health care professionals who are interested in remaining up-to-date on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of STDs. Editor and host Dr. Meena Ramchandani is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington (UW) and Medical Director of the Public Health – Seattle & King County Sexual Health Clinic.
This episode has EVERYTHING. RVs. Listener MyEyes. Conversion vans riddled with vintage STDs. HOLE GUESSING. Like we said, everything. We love you!
Battle4Freedom (2023) Chloe Cole and Layla Jane - It's Detransition Month Part 7Website: http://www.battle4freedom.comNetwork: https://www.mojo50.comStreaming: https://www.rumble.com/c/Battle4FreedomStreaming LIVE on RUMBLE @ https://rumble.com/v2vwll8-battle4freedom-2023-chloe-cole-and-layla-jones-its-detransition-month-part-.htmlhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12223033/Massive-tornado-kills-four-injures-10-rips-Texas-town-Matador.htmlTexas tornado tragedy: 'Massive' twister kills four and injures nine as it rips through town of Matador - amid record 100F heatwave across the Lone Star statehttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12220133/Elderly-Texas-couple-scammed-life-savings-crooks-posed-Apple-Wells-Fargo.htmlElderly Texas couple are scammed out of their entire life savings after crooks posing as Apple, Wells Fargo and the Justice Department tricked them into transferring $43,500 to a 'secure Bitcoin account'https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12223273/Wife-husband-let-83-men-rape-drugged-collapsed-horror-shown-images.htmlWife whose husband 'let 83 men rape her while drugged and urged them not to use condoms, causing her to catch STDs' collapsed in horror when shown images and told cops she had assumed rapes were 'a dream'https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12222921/Schoolchildren-want-identify-HOLOGRAMS-Britains-strictest-head-reveals.htmlSchoolchildren now want to identify as HOLOGRAMS, Britain's strictest head reveals - as she warns parents that teachers are allowing pupils to self-identify as cats, horses and dinosaurs amid rise of the 'furries'https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12223295/Member-NYC-gay-nightclub-robbery-gang-charged-three-murders.htmlMember of NYC nightclub robbery gang is charged with three more murders after 'drugging gay victims to steal their money' - connecting him to a total of five partygoer deathshttps://www.dailywire.com/news/chest-binders-and-sleeping-bags-summer-camps-for-transgender-kids-as-young-as-4-the-new-crazeChest Binders And Sleeping Bags: Summer Camps For Transgender Kids As Young As 4 The New Crazehttps://notthebee.com/article/mike-pence-says-that-protecting-the-legal-right-to-sex-change-surgeries-for-adults-is-loving-your-neighborMike Pence tells Jordan Peterson that protecting the legal right to sex change surgeries for adults is to "love our neighbor"https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12207743/Detransitioning-woman-18-suing-Kaiser-Permanente-pushing-gender-changing-surgery.htmlDetransitioning woman, 18, suing Kaiser Permanente for 'pushing her' into gender-changing surgery aged 12 claims doctors spent just 75-minutes evaluating her and told her parents 'It is better to have a live son than a dead daughter'https://www.hrc.org/resources/why-we-ask-each-other-our-pronounsWhy We Ask Each Other Our Pronounshttps://twitter.com/ChoooCole/status/1665517104286642178Chloe Cole and Layla Jane interviewhttps://twitter.com/ChoooCole Chloe Cole @ChoooColehttps://twitter.com/LJDetrans Layla Jane @LJDetrans
On this summer episode, we discuss some of the latest news topic on the docket! Information about new treatments for Erectile dysfunction recently announced that has many people intrigued. New data on Testosterone replacement in men. Maybe its safer than initially thought? New data on hysterectomies performed on women younger than 50 may lead to concerning side effects. We discuss these topics and many more on this weeks episode of the Health and Wellness Connection. Donate to the show via cash app via $drbarryhealth.
Andrea Haburshka was in control of her life until she was 28 when she had her annual pap smear and was diagnosed with genital herpes. Being in a committed monogamous relationship, she thought she never had to deal with any sexually transmitted diseases. That made her feel so alone, betrayed, and suffocated. The stigma of herpes, the preconceived notions about the promiscuity of people especially females that contract herpes, suddenly became her.Highlights: From being in control of her own life, she lost her self-worth and had to settle. Nearing her 30's, she realized the real problem was her lack of self-worth. Symbolic to lavish herself with love, she sprinkled her food with pink Himalayan salt. Encouraged by her closest friend and her husband, she started advocating to inspire people who have been through life-changing situations. On a mission, she started a movement called Living Life with Herpes.If you are someone experiencing a life-changing circumstance or disease, and you need a support community, you may need help from Alexandra. Or perhaps you need a practical and realistic education on sex and STDs specifically herpes, look her up on outbreak.com, and Living with Herpes on Instagram and Youtube among others. She has also developed skin care products to address the symptoms of this lifetime disease. You may also learn from her podcast Real World Women talking about sex, money, and food.-----52 Weeks of Me is hosted by Jacklyn Osborne and Erika Brooks.Check out our website - www.52weeksofme.net or follow us on Instagram @fiftytwoweeksofme.For suggestions and comments, email us at email@example.com.
Congenital syphilis cases have tripled in recent years. Dr. Katherine Hsu, a Boston University Medical Center Professor of Pediatrics and a national authority on congenital syphilis, discusses when to screen, birth letters, and public health's role in prevention with National STD Curriculum Podcast Editor Dr. Meena Ramchandani. View this episode's transcript at www.std.uw.edu.This podcast is dedicated to an STD [sexually transmitted disease] review for health care professionals who are interested in remaining up-to-date on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of STDs. Editor and host Dr. Meena Ramchandani is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington (UW) and Medical Director of the Public Health – Seattle & King County Sexual Health Clinic.
Beware the 7-year itch, says Dr. Kelly Casperson. Around that mark (or so the thought goes), many of us start getting a little bored in our careers and in our relationships. But sometimes it works out perfectly: Just as she was getting a little itchy, Dr. Casperson met a patient who was finding her sex life as uninspiring as, well, moldy lettuce. (You'll get that reference in a minute.) That led to a whole new direction, and one you'll appreciate! Many of us now approaching potentially “itchy” times are finding out where the gaps were in our sexual education. We were taught the sex = unintended pregnancy and STDs version of human sexuality, and now, with the stress and physical changes of fertility treatment, having sex can start to feel like a job — one we don't remember signing up for and desperately need a vacation from. Women's sexuality in particular is hugely overlooked and under-discussed. Did you know the clitoris looks like a wishbone (oh, the irony…)? Why does the clitoris keep getting lost and rediscovered? Have we ever “lost” the penis and had to rediscover it? (spoiler: no.) Here's another jaw-dropper: only 30% of those with vaginas orgasm from having a penis put in them. As Dr. Casperson says, it's not necessarily true that those with vaginas don't like sex — it's far more likely they just don't like the sex they're having. And that can usually be fixed. In this episode, Dr. Casperson talks with Ruby and Anne about how couples can work together toward good, satisfying, enjoyable sex. As the doc says, you don't say, “I don't like movies” when you only watch horror films, right? So maybe it's time to try some different varieties. Dr. Kelly Casperson is a board certified urologist and a founding member of Pacific Northwest Urology Specialists in Bellingham, Washington. She is an expert in comprehensive urology care, treating all genders for a wide range of conditions. She also specializes in urogynecology including things like stress urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginal atrophy related to menopause, and sexual health. Be sure to check out Dr. Casperson's podcast, You Are Not Broken. Find her on her website: kellycaspersonmd.com and order her book! You Are Not Broken: Stop “Should-ing All Over Your Sex Life As always, please rate, review, and share The Whole Pineapple (AND You Are Not Broken) and find out more about our hosts at thewholepineapple.com.
Staying out after curfew. Backtalking to teachers. Drag racing. And worst of all, rock-n-roll music. What started off as a few greasers with leather jackets in the 1950s turned into a national panic every time a stuck up square uttered the term "juvenile delinquent.” Hollywood caught wind of this pretty quickly and responded accordingly with movies like “Blackboard Jungle and “Rebel Without a Cause.” And then the cheap exploitation knockoffs, slashers and cautionary tales came in droves. So join us for some good old fashioned sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. And rape and murder and STDs and switchblades and werewolves and sexy dancing and the potential murder of Natalie Wood and pedophiles that kill you in your dreams and teen lesbian murders and well, you get the point. All the things that teenagers love to do but hate the consequences of in today's episode on Teensploitation.
Are women more likely to contract STDs? Can HIV be cured by having sex with a virgin? Is using two condoms safer than using one?These are only a handful of the questions about sex that exist in the minds of high schoolers across the city. But because this topic often evokes discomfort and embarrassment, from both adults and young people, questions like these often go unasked. They become misconceptions. In the age of social media, where students like myself get a lot of their information about sex from the internet, misconceptions like these can and do cause real harm.According to the New York City Department of Education, schools are only required to teach an HIV and AIDS curriculum. Sometimes even these few lessons are pushed to the margins because of parental disapproval or time concerns.The result? A glaring void in comprehensive instruction on safe sex and healthy relationships. That's a problem.In this episode, you'll hear more about the current standard of sex education in New York City high schools, how it affects teenagers and what needs to change.So, get comfortable listeners, because we need to talk about sex.To join the conversation, send us a message and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.Never miss an episode! Subscribe on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Play | StitcherDonate to The Bell.
Why are STDs now called STIs? What are the most popular STI's on the current market? What do I do if I get an STI? How can I manage it? What are the best safer-sex practices available? How can I share my STI status with partners as well s inspire them to be honest with me? Danielle Bezalel, MPH aka Sex Ed with DB gives us the skinny on the current knowledge about STIs and safer sex in 2023. About our guest: Danielle Bezalel, MPH, aka DB (she/her/hers), is the Creator, Executive Producer, and Host of the Sex Ed with DB podcast, a feminist podcast bringing you all the sex ed you never got, centering LGBTQ+ and BIPOC experts. Danielle earned a Master of Public Health with expertise in sexuality, sexual, and reproductive health from Columbia University. Danielle lives in Oakland, CA. Go to www.sexedwithdb.com to learn more about the podcast and get discounts on DB's faves here. You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, or wherever you get your podcasts. Follow Sex Ed with DB on TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. To learn more visit sexedwithdb.com Join us November 1st-6th, 2023 for The Shameless Sex Retreat: Unleash Your Shameless Self - in Costa Rica! Spaces are limited to reserve your spot ASAP here For the penis pumps we talked about in this episode go here: aprilamy.com Other links: Start meditating now with 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at www.calm.com/shameless Join the clean ass club and get 10% with code SHAMELESS at hellotushy.com/shameless Get 10% off + free shipping with code SHAMELESS on Uberlube AKA our favorite lubricant at uberlube.com Get 10% off while mastering the art of pleasure at OMGyes.com/shameless Get 15% off all of your sex toys with code SHAMELESSSEX at purepleasureshop.com
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Misogyny, murder, STDs. 1985's movie is perhaps the role Chevy Chase was born to play. Imagine a man with a shoestring disguise budget, the affable charm of the mediocre white man, and an absolute disdain for everyone around him. That's Irwin Fletcher, and Chevy is absolutely fantastic in the role. Unfortunately, Hollywood couldn't escape the thought that they needed to make a silly comedy and not a sarcastic send-up of noir. This movie needed to let Chevy be Chevy and turn on all of his sarcastic charm. Instead, it relies a bit too much on bits, ignoring the mystery structure, and the one-liners outshine the fun of the characters. Splurge on some 49-cent fake teeth as we talk about Fletch this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt taken from “Fletch Theme” from the soundtrack to the movie Fletch, written and composed by Harold Faltermeyer. Copyright 1985 Universal City Studios, Inc.; MCA Records, Inc. Excerpts taken from the movie Fletch, copyright 1985 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. Excerpt taken from “Opening Title Theme” from the soundtrack to the movie Crocodile Dundee, written and composed by Peter Best. Copyright 1986 Paramount Pictures Corporation; Best Results Pty. Ltd.
Let's dive into the prevalent stigma surrounding STDs and specifically Herpes, exploring the challenges of dating openly and honestly while living with this condition. It's a topic that many shy away from, but we'll address it head-on. It's common to feel like your world has collapsed, experiencing a whirlwind of emotions that shake your self-esteem and make you question your own value. Our special guest, Alexandra Harbushka, bravely shares her personal story of being diagnosed with Herpes. She'll reveal how she managed to transform her own narrative and life, channeling her experiences to support others going through a similar STD diagnosis. Join us for a heartfelt conversation in this podcast episode where we tackle the emotional journey of receiving a lifelong STD like Herpes. Get ready for an authentic and open discussion that will shed light on the realities of living with Herpes and provide valuable insights on reclaiming your self-worth and finding love amidst the challenges. Don't miss this candid episode filled with empathy, understanding, and hope. Alexandra Harbushka's life was sent into upheaval when she received a call from her doctor diagnosing her with herpes. Shaking, feeling like her life - her goals, happiness, and desires - had all just gone up in smoke, she was left scared shitless and with a new mission, to share her story with people just like her and to let them know that their feelings are normal, natural, and that they are not victims. With that mission in mind, she founded Life With Herpes, an online community consisting of a podcast, a website, Youtube channel, wellness products to support the skin condition and an online community that provides support, all dedicated to shattering the stigma of living with herpes. Before founding Life With Herpes and becoming a mother to her son Clinton and a wife to her husband Bill, Alexandra worked in corporate America with roles ranging from Ralph Lauren to selling new home construction to being a mortgage loan officer. Her education includes a bachelor degree from the University of Arizona (Bear Down to my fellow Wildcats!), a postgraduate certificate in Ministry, and is currently working on a masters in Theology. She is also an ordained minister and provides ministry counseling. Grab her ebook here: outbreakremedies.com Take the "Discover Your Love Avatar" QUIZ! You'll learn about your super power, the love blocks that hold you back and how relationship ready you are. Go to: http://midilifeloveoutloud.com/lovequiz If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, apply for a complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session here: https://calendly.com/juniemoon/lbtsession today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to https://midlifeloveoutloud.com/ and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/findfabloveafter40
Part 2 with Kenny, KO is here and the girls start off with the great debate on the self proclaimed "nice guys". Traditionally, the men who label themselves as nice guys are looking for something in return i.e. your attention, to take you on a date, to be more than friends, etc. and that's not being nice...that's called manipulation. Kenny asked all the questions about these "nice guys" and the ladies gave him a piece of their mind, based upon their own experiences. Then Kenny dives into the topic of women being crazy, and questioned if we are driven crazy by men. This leads the conversation into talking about checking each other's phones while in a relationship. Is it something you should do? Or is that a sign that your relationship should just end? Then they all dive into: dating app protocols, steroid affects on women, polyamorous relationships, condoms, STDs and safe sex, dick pics, the big O, and they end the episode with Kenny telling everyone his price of how much it would cost for him to suck a dick. Let's just say it's not as much money as you think it would be! Check out Kenny on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KENNYKO and on IG: https://www.instagram.com/kennykoooo/ Click here to listen/watch the rest of the episode: patreon.com/bigtenergy --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bigtenergy/message
In this episode of The Intimate Marriage Podcast, Alexandra Stockwell, MD, is joined by Dr. Tiff Cagle, a board-certified family medicine physician, sex educator, and coach. Dr. Cagle talks about her passion for providing care through the lens of a person's mind, body, intimacy, relationships, and community. Dr. Cagle also shares her experience in decreasing stigma around sex and providing HIV testing and counseling. Dr. Cagle discusses sexual concerns including erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, orgasm difficulties, desire discrepancies, and living with sexually transmitted infections. She also provides tips on how to manage herpes in a committed relationship and describes the start-stop method for overcoming premature ejaculation. Dr. Cagle emphasizes the importance of clarifying expectations and refining perceptions when navigating sexual concerns. Also in this episode: The importance of mentorship and sexual health How to deal with sexual health concerns like Herpes Treating premature ejaculation and discussing it with your partner The three principles of sensate focus in sex therapy The importance of undressing yourself when being intimate How partners can start touching one another The first three phases of sexual exploration About Dr. Tiff Cagle Tiff Cagle, MD (she/they/Dr.) is a board-certified family medicine physician, sex educator, and certified coach from Durham, North Carolina. Like many others, she grew up in an environment where conversations about sex were rare and almost always centered around shame. Through challenging the sex-negative attitudes she was taught, she developed a passion for helping others feel empowered to embrace their authentic self. Dr. Cagle chose to specialize in family medicine because of her desire to provide care through the lens of each person's mind, body, relationships, and community. After years of traditional medical practice, she's now bringing this holistic approach to her work in sexual health. She received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, where she first discovered her passion for decreasing stigma around sex while providing HIV testing and counseling. She went on to complete her residency training at Duke University Hospital with a concentration in Law, Ethics, and Health Policy, and now holds a consulting position in Duke's Department of Community and Family Medicine providing resident lectures and mentorship. Contact Dr. Tiff Cagle Website: https://sensatehealthnc.com/ Subscribe To The Intimate Marriage Podcast: Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify Connect With Alexandra Stockwell, MD: Website | Linkedin | Instagram Download the first chapter of Dr. Alexandra's bestselling book, “Uncompromising Intimacy,” here: https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/book Cultivate your intimacy skills (without compromise) in Aligned & Hot Marriage, Dr. Alexandra's proven method for smart couples ready to love more fully. www.alignedhotmarriage.com Join my email list to stay connected–it's where I share my latest insights and offer opportunities for live Q & A. https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/subscribe About Alexandra Stockwell, MD Known as “The Intimacy Doctor,” Alexandra Stockwell, MD is a Relationship and Intimacy Coach and an Intimate Marriage Expert who specializes in coaching ambitious, successful couples to build beautiful, long-lasting, passionate relationships. She is the bestselling author of “Uncompromising Intimacy,” host of The Intimate Marriage Podcast and creator of the Aligned & Hot Marriage program. For over two decades, she's been guiding men and women to bring pleasure and purpose into all aspects of life— from the daily grind of running a household to creating ecstatic experiences in the bedroom—all while maintaining extraordinary professional success!
CC281: Kail starts the episode HOT with her thoughts on a Tiktok that talks about parents who conveniently choose when to properly parent. She can't help but to think about the times she experienced similar things with her own mom, and Lindsie brings up an interesting point in regards to her mom's actions. Lindsie finally let Jackson ride the school bus and while Jackson was excited all around, Lindsie shares her hesitation and the selfishness she's been feeling about the situation.Also on tap, Kail needs advice on her toddler's sleep regression, Lindsie is disgusted by a janitor's drive to spread STDs in a workplace, and if you see Kail walk into the men's bathroom, it's okay she's just checking on her kids. Check out our Instagram @coffeeconvospodcast for more! Thank you to our sponsors!BiOptimizers: Use code COFFEECONVOS for 10% off any order at magbreakthrough.com/coffeeconvosJenni Kayne: Find your forever pieces @jennikayne and get 15% off with promo code COFFEE at jennikayne.com/home! #jennikaynepartnerLiquid IV: Get 20% off when you go to liquid-iv.com and use code COFFEECONVOS at checkoutMood: For 20% off your first order and FREE gummies, go to hellomood.com and use code COFFEECONVOS