Are you curious about genetic risk factors for breast cancer? Want to know how you can influence genes like BRCA and COMT? Looking for a deep dive on estrogen metabolism? Tune in to hear us cover updates on breast cancer, risk factors, and functional approaches to breast health. In this episode, we discuss Ali's work on an NIH study back in 2015 and what has changed since then in the world of breast cancer research and prevention. Learn why supporting detoxification is so important, why flax seeds are superior to soy, and why lymphatic drainage and breast massage need to become a part of your regular routine! Also in this episode: 12 Week Keto Meal Plans 10 Day Detox Episode 6: Breast Cancer Prevention Episode 233: Estrogen Dominance Episode 280: Why You Need Estrogen Episode 281: Estrogen Concerns and updates on Estrogen Dominance Ali's work on the NIH Breast Cancer Study The Hormone Breast Cancer ConnectionNeurohormone Lab Concerns with Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Deep Dive on Estrogen MetabolitesBroccoDetox Why Supporting Detox is So Important Reset Restore Renew Detox Packs MultiDefense Bio-C Plus The COMT Estrogen ConnectionCalm and Clear Cellular Antiox Relax and RegulateBroad Spectrum Anticancer Activity of Myo-Inositol and Inositol Hexakisphosphate - PMC Flax Seeds and Estrogen Metabolism Supplementation with flaxseed alters estrogen metabolism in postmenopausal women to a greater extent than does supplementation with an equal amount of soy 1-3 BRCA and Why Epigenetics Matter Breast MassageCollette's Breast Oil NEED LINK Episode 175 Let's Talk About Sex with Guest Susan Bratton Food as Medicine for Cancer PreventionEpisode 292: All About Water PhytoFiber Food-as-Medicine Ketosis Program Sponsors for this episode: This episode is sponsored by FOND Bone Broth Tonics, Your Sous Chef in a Jar. FOND is slow simmered and lovingly tended from simmer to seal. They partner with organic farms and hand-pick and pair ingredients to optimize absorption and taste. Use code ALIMILLERRD to save at fondbonebroth.com.
This week's guest is Amy Lang, “How Talk About Sex with Kids" Please be aware you are witnessing a live-recorded conversation exploring opinions that do not necessarily represent you, global views, and/or scientific approaches. These are just conversations of opinions through personal experiences, challenges, and studies. Please take what resonates with you, and leave what doesn't. Feel free to share your own opinion, as you might have your own journey and knowledge that will help someone on their personal path. Give Your Kids a Childhood They Won't Need To Heal From Follow me on social media Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/veenuinspir... Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/veenuinspires TikTok ▶ https://www.tiktok.com/@veenuinspires...
Nothing is better than sex between two people who love and trust each other deeply, yet our culture tries to sell marital sex as “boring” and one-night stands to be “liberating”. So, in Episode No. 34 of Miss Understood, we talk about sex, baby (In the confines of marriage, of course) following Full House star's recent interview with Mayim Bialik for her “Breakdown' podcast, where she defined sex in marriage as a “gift from God” that should be celebrated. We also list some of the dating advice divorce lawyers have for couples and try to define if going to a strip club, getting a lap dance, and dirty dancing with someone of the opposite sex should be considered adultery. We may disagree on a few of these, but some indecent acts are a hard "NO" in a monogamous relationship. Plus, revolutionaries are speaking out against the inhumane treatment of women in Iran. So, we address the growing momentum of the Hijab protests, providing some historical context by looking back on the 1979 revolution when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini seized control of the government and forced the nation under fundamentalist Islamic rule. We also debate Euthanasia laws in Canada and question the ethics of being able to get medically assisted suicide and the slippery slope it can create. Of course, Hollywood can't stop romanticizing murderers, and Netflix's latest show, The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, seems to have done just that, so naturally, we add our two cents to the conversation. We argue that the glamourization of serial killers creates more of them, and sympathizing with their troubled upbringings is disrespectful to victims of their crimes. And to round out the episode, we end on a lighter note by talking about Russia and the thousands of men fleeing the country to avoid conscription for a war they morally oppose.
Amanda Louder is a Certified Sex & Marriage Coach who helps women from conservative Christian backgrounds love their sex life. She helps women embrace their sexuality so that they can strengthen their relationship with themselves, their spouse, and God. She's also a dear friend of mine and an incredible coach! Today, I invite you to "come to lunch with us" so to speak and just enjoy a friendly and fun coversation about sex! Get on Ashlee's email list and be the first to hear the latest news! Connect with Amanda on Instagram! AmandaLouder.com Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
For real let's talk about sex baby about you and me relationships and the importance of not taking risk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shandabambam/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shandabambam/support
#501: On today's episode we have a bonus episode for you. We partnered with Hims & Hers to go through their 2022 Sex Report. Yes you read that write, a report all about sex. Particularly truths and myths surrounding sex. For whatever reason Sex and topics around sex have been so taboo for so long. We believe it's so important to continue to have conversations around sex so that people can get rid of stigmas and have more empowering conversations around the topic. These stats and statistics are based on a survey of 7234 respondents in Hims & Hers nationally representative survey. Survey conducted in April 2022. Prescription products require an online consultation with a healthcare provider who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. Restrictions apply. See website for full details and important safety information. Subscription required
After years of working a corporate job in downtown Oakland, Nenna Joiner woke up one morning with a dream: They wanted to be in the sex industry. After their job applications were rejected by every adult pleasure shop in the area, Nenna decided to launch their own business. They started by selling sex toys and porn DVDs out of a box at bars (and sometimes even at BART stations), but from these humble beginnings grew a mini-empire. More than a decade later, Nenna now owns two Feelmore Adult Galleries, plans to open a sex-themed bar called Feelmore Social later this year, and is running for a seat on Oakland's City Council. Nenna's first position in politics was as a member of the Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board, which led them to an interest in the East Bay's sex history. Years of purchasing adult artifacts from Oakland collectors and now-defunct sex shops deepened their knowledge of former bordellos, theaters, underground sex clubs, and nightlife institutions. For obvious reasons, “sex history” isn't an easy topic to document, but in this episode Nenna discusses everything from how to find brothels on old maps to their personal journey in the sex industry. To hear about why Ronald Reagan is responsible for the lack of strip clubs in Oakland, the rise and fall of burlesque theaters, the unintended consequences of the Red Light Abatement Act, and much more, listen to the full episode now. To see photos related to this story, visit: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/its-okay-to-talk-about-sex-toys/ East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your support. Please donate to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday
This month, we talk with Joseph Cherabie, M.D., M.Sc., of the Washington University School of Medicine about the keys to successfully taking a sexual history and discussing sex with your patients. Though sexuality is an essential aspect of our humanity, taking a sexual history can often be a challenging experience for providers and a traumatizing one for patients. But to provide effective HIV care, speaking to patients about their sexual health is crucial. We discuss how to communicate with patients about sex in a way that honors who they are without stigmatizing them or their choices. Read the full transcript: https://www.thebodypro.com/article/future-hiv-care-podcast-9-sexual-history Our podcast team: This month's episode is hosted by Juan Michael Porter II. Our executive producer is Myles Helfand; our project manager is Alina Mogollon-Volk; our audio producers/engineers are Alex Portaluppi and Lucy Mueller; and our podcast editors are Maria Elena Perez and Juan Michael Porter II.
Many would agree that having "the talk" or bringing up "the birds and the bees" with our children gives us a lump in our throat! How can we better tackle this necessary conversation and be faithfully discipling our children? Join us as we stumble through this topic.Show notes:God's Design for Sex series4 Principles for Talking to Your Kids About SexKids, Let's Talk About Sex- TGC
There are so many sexy X-Men, but this week Nick talks Jon through his thirsty comic book years. Otherwise known as the 80s and 90s. Which X-Men wore hoochie shorts and constantly forgot to tie up their robes as they wandered around the mansion? I'll tell ya, ALL OF 'EM! And we love it. Follow us on the socials: Nick on Twitter @NickBakerGeek Jon on Insta @JonMarx The geeks on TikTok @incompletegeeks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/incompletegeeks/message
Urologist and sexual medicine specialist Dr Rachel Rubin is helping women everywhere understand how their body works, so that they can be the CEO of it. Find how how she's creating orgasm equality and raising awareness for HSDD. Revive the sex drive you once knew and visit HSDDtreatment.com
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Don't forget you can support our show by becoming a sponsor by simply following the link below: https://buy.stripe.com/bIYdTZ7yd5fgcuIaEF Today's Guest : Brandi K. Harris, MS, LPC, & LMFT Counselor, Author, & Speaker She is on a mission helping others develop healthy relationships & find fulfilling shame-free sex. Brandi is a professional counselor, author, speaker, teacher, and coach. She has been practicing counseling for almost fifteen years and published her first book in 2015, kicking off a round of parenting classes and teaching gigs. Before that, she coached swimming and taught human development at the graduate level for a local university. She was a varsity rower at the NCAA Division I level for all four years of college, has run two marathons, and actually built her house with her own two hands and her family over the past ten years. Brandi's work seeks to create spaces for healing, living freely, and sharing stories. This includes creating resources to help her fellow humans step into their own voices. Most recently, her work has focused on healthy relationships and shame-free sex. Her latest workbook The Truth About Holy Sex deals with mixed messages and damaging, inaccurate information perpetuated in both conservative and the broader American culture. The workbook is designed to identify truth and to help those who love Jesus learn to love holy sex. Personally, Brandi is a mom to 3 kids, a wife, a friend, and a follower of Jesus. She's also done a few random things like playing roller derby, chopping wood, living communally with her neighbors, and shaving her head. She no longer has a belly button. She's just a fun human who makes mistakes and then tries to recover. Her book, The Truth About Holy Sex: A Workbook for People Who Love Jesus and Want to Love Sex can be purchased through her website or by going to: https://www.amazon.com/Truth-About-Holy-Sex-Workbook/dp/1678138983 You can find more about Brandi by going to her website: https://www.ittakesabreath.com/podcast Instrgram: https://www.instagram.com/brandik.harris/ Facebook: https://twitter.com/Brandi_K_Harris Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brandi_K_Harris --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thehealingplacepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehealingplacepodcast/support
We're joined by one half of the Domandatrix podcast, Angel Sanders. In this episode we cover the topic of how early should you talk to your children about sex. We talk about the power of real sex education and how it can impact people growing up. We also delve into some sexual trauma that Angel dealt with as a child. Our website: https://www.kingscanmoveon.com/ Domandatrix on IG: https://www.instagram.com/domandatrix/Domandatrix on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgnCodBxbKSErLpK6FYK6HABuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
welcome back everyone to this weeks episode! In this episode your fav hosts Jenna and Elissa get a lil carried away in this topic and maybe over share A bit too much. We're not mad about it and I am sure you aren't either. We know majority of our audience enjoys us talking about sex so here we are. See you next week?
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Today we welcome husband, father, and CEO of XXX Church to discuss what is often avoided in the church: pornography. We talk addiction, how we can talk to our kids about pornography, as well as his personal journey to victory. Make sure to check out his book When Shame Gets Real- A New Way to Talk About Sex, Porn, and Masturbation. Purchase When Shame Gets Real Here: whenshamegetsreal.com Website: xxxchurch.com Instagram: @x3church Facebook: facebook.com/x3church
183: How To Talk About Sex at Different Ages of Development Kristina Campos, Rodrigo Bravo, Jessica Marie, and Dali Rivera talk about HOW TO TALK TO YOUR CHILDREN ABOUT SEX AT DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES. * This recording was made on the Clubhouse App. Clubhouse is a FREE social media app and you can join the conversation too! Find Kristina on Clubhouse with the user handle: @impactfulparent LINKS MENTIONED IN THE RECORDING https://theimpactfulparent.com/app Download the FREE Impactful Parent App! Available on Apple and Android App Stores. FREEBIES from episodes included! Apple Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/ios Android Play Store: https://theimpactfulparent.com/android https://theimpactfulparent.com for more FREE Resources and paid programs. Rate, Review, & Subscribe! "I love Kristina and all the FREE tips that she has to offer! Thank you for making my parenting journey better!"
Sexual arousal describes physiological and psychological preparation for a sexual encounter and intercourse. Today, we talk about what it feels like, what gets in the way, and how to enhance your sexual arousal. Sponsor CLICK HERE TO BUY OR LEARN MORE! From the Bible Let him lead me to the banquet hall, and let his banner over me be love. Strengthen me with raisins, refresh me with apples, for I am faint with love. His left arm is under my head, and his right arm embraces me. Song of Songs 2:4-6 Resources Sex Chat for Christian Wives - webinars Episode 1: Getting in the Mood Episode 33: Getting in the Mood 2 Love Like a Woman: Should Your Sexual Response Be Like Your Husband's? | The Forgiven Wife You're Not Kissing Enough - Hot, Holy & Humorous An Embarrassing Post about Female Sexual Dysfunction | The Forgiven Wife Dealing with Vulvovaginal Atrophy Without Hormones | The Forgiven Wife Mindfulness & Meditation During Sex - Hot, Holy & Humorous 5 Ways to Talk About Sex with Your Husband (calmhealthysexy.com) 2019 Webinar Series 2020 Webinar Series Visit our website: forchristianwives.com
Do you feel uncomfortable or ashamed asking for what you want? Maybe you have been with a partner and really wanted to try something different but just the idea of saying "the thing" or maybe the body part, gave you an unpleasant feeling in your body and a closed throat. That is more common than you can imagine, society is not even used to naming ALL the body parts, let alone expressing desires and needs in a confident, open way. That censorship negatively impacts your pleasure and your sexuality. The good news? You can overcome that! In this episode, Erika talks about the importance of talking about sex to help you improve your sexuality, and boost your confidence and the way you communicate with the person you share your sexuality with. The foundations of a shameless sexuality We grow up in a society that replaces the names of the sexual organs with "cute" words that are supposed to be easier to say and easier to hear but they are certainly not appropriate. People need to use the right words to name their bodies and deserve to get that education from an early age. Those are the foundations of a confident sexual adult. If you are not confident thinking and talking about your own body, in a safe environment with a person you trust, for example your partner, you are closing yourself to acknowledging and embodying your wholeness, and your partner's wholeness. You are censoring a natural and exciting part of your existence. You can turn all that around and own your desires, own your expectations, your words and embody a confident shameless woman. Learning to reclaim all your body parts, and learning to let go of feelings of shame or disgust are the first steps to enjoying more pleasure and living your sexuality freely. If you are in a long-term relationship or if you enjoy sharing your sexuality, learning to TALK about sex and share your desires will also allow you to hold space for your partner (or partners) to open up and share their fantasies too. Can you imagine what could come out of that level of trust and confidence? In this episode: Why is it important to re-invent and reclaim sex education How censoring yourself affects your confidence and your sexuality The benefits of talking more about sex What you can do to be more open toward the sexual nature of human existence and learn to talk about it the way you talk about any other human need. Let's connect! Come join me and like-minded women in my FREE women-only, sex-positive community: Pleasure Rebels Facebook Group Follow and reach out on IG Sign up to receive the BEST and most beautiful newsletter on the planet here Related episodes Episode 09: A Sex-Positive Mantra Episode 14: How to be sexual/sexy AND feel safe in this world Resources and Links Slut academy waitlist You can also listen to this episode and access the information, resources, and links mentioned in this episode here:https://www.erikaalsborn.com/podcast/23
Today we dove into NFP. Natural family planning is what we choose for “contraception” and it's a loaded topic but I can't say enough GOOD about women knowing their bodies and cycles. So regardless if you are Catholic and doing NFP or wanting to do it solely to learn your body, this episode covers what it is, why we do it and how we've evolved through our marriage. We aren't experts, we're the Catholic couple who had a baby before marriage so it's a no judgement zone here as always. We view sex completely different then we did when we met. Finally hitting a groove and hope this conversation helps you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/strivingformore/support
If we're being honest, there are a lot of questions around sex. What are the keys to mind-blowing sex? Are there any perks to watching porn? How can I have a better orgasm? On today's episode Tinx is joined by her friend, and host of the We Met At Acme podcast, Lindsey Metselaar to answer these questions and more! You might need a cold shower (or cigarette) after hearing what they have to say! Follow Tinx on Instagram and TikTok
Conversation about faking it in bed, erectile dysfunction in men and in women! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/areyouokay/message
How do you communicate comfortably about sex in a culture that's more used to “doing it" than talking about it? In this month's episode of Truer Love Stories, our gracious guest invites us to learn from some of her most vulnerable concerns when it comes to having sex with partners who she's not in a monogamous relationship with. Listen and learn how to stay secure while being physically intimate with someone new.
**Queue the 1990 Salt-N-Pepa hit song** While some people may feel inclined to actually talk about it, we've found it makes a lot of people a little uncomfortable - it's ok. We've invited Shaunti Feldhahn, ground-breaking social researcher, best-selling author, and popular speaker, to share her expertise on a taboo topic. We cover where true misunderstandings lie in a marriage, how we can communicate our needs, and how much women and men want sex - and the results may shock you. Grab a cup of coffee, take some mental notes, and after this episode, talk through some miscommunications with your spouse! ☞ Follow Shaunti ☜ Website YouTube Instagram Twitter Buy Thriving in Love & Money Buy The Kindness Challenge Discover all her books Receive the latest blogs and updates from Shaunti ☞ ABOUT DR. CRAWFORD ☜ As CEO of Dr. Crawford & Associates in Keller, Texas, Shannan continues a family tradition of successful business owners and uses her skills and knowledge to help not only her patients in their personal lives through individual, couples, and family counseling, she also empowers entrepreneurs with her unique strategies to enhance the effectiveness of their leadership. She innovated the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, which assists leaders in navigating common obstacles including self-sabotage, procrastination, self-limiting behaviors, and lack of work-life balance found in themselves and in those they lead. Shannan is also a national and international speaker, is an adjunct professor at The King's University in Texas, hosts her own popular podcast, “Unlock U with Dr. Shannan Crawford,” and is an author working on a fictional trilogy. She has served on the boards of philanthropic organizations such as 4Word and Kingdom Business Leaders, as well as lead groups that foster faith, community, and service. Shannan earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. A California native, Shannan now lives in Keller, Texas. ☞ FOLLOW DR. CRAWFORD ☜ Website YouTube Instagram Facebook LinkedIn
Let's talk about SEX Part 2! In today's episode, Pastor Marron and Lady T discuss how satisfying your spouse's needs could help your sex life, what may be keeping you from desiring sex with your spouse, and why communicating your expectations is so important. Be sure to tune in until the very end for a new segment called, "Kingdom vs Culture", plus Pastor Marron and Lady T will be answering one of your questions! Do you have a topic or question you'd like to hear addressed? Visit www.StillinLovePodcast.com. Connect with Pastor Marron and Lady T on social media. TikTok: @weareinnovation IG: innovationchurchmphs Facebook: Innovation Church Memphis Pastor Marron's Facebook: Pastor Marron Thomas
Hello, Season 3! Is it getting steamy in here? Kate and Jayme talk about all things SEXY in the newest installment of Pushing Strollers Up Boulders. Listen in as they discuss the challenges of maintaining healthy sexual relationships after having children.
The Hookers are back at it again, discussing the fourth episode of HBO's House of the Dragon! We talk about our general thoughts of the episode and the show overall before each of us pick our Top 4 scenes to discuss. Rashaad also has a hard time remembering names this time... We're also talking about nudity on TV, the narrative function of sex scenes and why quickies won't happen with a knight in armour, so there's that. Connect with us at https://www.seriallyhooked.com and on Twitter @seriallyhooked (Https://twitter.com/seriallyhooked).
New Season Alert!!! Minding Your Amygdala : A Brain, Body & Behavior Podcast is Back!Sex! What a loaded word! It can mean so many different things to so many people, yet it is one of the hardest things to talk about! Which means our amygdalas have a LOT to do with the human experience of SEX!In this episode of Minding Your Amygdala, we will dive into some key elements of sex: why it's so difficult to discuss in a healthy way, why there is so much disagreement and dissatisfaction when it comes to sex, AND Dr. Alauna will offer a roadmap to a healthier relationship with sex and sexuality in America.Learn more with Dr. Alauna at The Trauma CURE - 3 Day Live Virtual Educational Event.Support the show
Chris and Brook spend some time chatting with Amy Gravino, speaker, author, autism consultant, college coach and advocate. Amy shares about her work Sexuality and Sex education resources for people on the autism spectrum. You can learn more about the Sex Ed for Self-Advocates curriculum here. You can also connect with Amy on social media: Instagram: @amy.gravino Twitter: @amygravino Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmyGravinoFanPage Got a question or comment? reach us at email@example.com Intro/Outro Music by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
Talking about sex is something many people may be uncomfortable discussing openly, even within the family. But organisations that work with young people say we have to get past the awkwardness for the sake of our kids' confidence and safety. - Беседы на темы секса сложно вести открыто даже в семье. Но сотрудники организаций, работающих с молодежью, говорят, что мы должны преодолевать неловкость для того, чтобы наши дети росли более уверенными в себе и оставались в безопасности.
CW: mentions of sexual assultDoes the fact that sexism and sexual harassment are seen as a normal part of life make your blood boil?Sexist ideas lead to bigger problems. So, instead of being told to "take a joke", we need to talk about this openly and to call out problematic behavior.Join me today as I talk about my personal experiences with harassment and sexism and how it's going to take a cultural shift to change this issue.For more Socially Misguided, follow on IG @sociallymisguidedpodcast.
In this week's episode of Spinsterhood Reimagined, I'm talking all about...erm, sex. Or rather my lack thereof!Being single, I'm not exactly getting regular sex, and it's been a while since I last did it. Maybe they've changed it?! In today's episode, I'm sharing my thoughts and feelings around whether or not I miss sex, whether or not I actually think it's important, as well as the story of the last time I had it (not my finest hour).Whether you're single and getting it, or single and can't even remember how to do it, there is something for everyone in this episode.So...go ahead and press 'Play'. I hope you enjoy it!Fancy getting your hands on my FREE Top 10 Mindset Tips? Head over to: www.lucymeggeson.comInterested in my 6-week group coaching course (starting in October) to upgrade your spinster mindset? DM me on Instagram or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.Join my private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1870817913309222/?ref=shareFollow me on Instagram: @spinsterhoodreimaginedFollow me on Twitter: @LucyMeggesonEmail me: email@example.com Check out my website: www.lucymeggeson.com
Let's talk about SEX! In today's episode, Pastor Marron and Lady T discuss what the word of God says about sex, how men and women view sex differently, and why sex may be absent in your marriage! Tune in for Part 2 next week! Do you have a topic or question you'd like to hear addressed? Visit www.StillinLovePodcast.com . Do you have a topic or question you'd like to hear addressed? Visit www.StillinLovePodcast.com. Connect with Pastor Marron and Lady T on social media. TikTok: @weareinnovation IG: innovationchurchmphs Facebook: Innovation Church Memphis Pastor Marron's Facebook: Pastor Marron Thomas
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Chris Messina has over a hundred thousand followers on Twitter, but he wasn't thinking about that when he accepted a challenge from his partner to be more vocal about his sexual desires, and updated his profile to include a personal goal of giving her more orgasms. Cut to the following day when people were shocked to see that this tech leader credited with inventing the hashtag had posted something so personal in such a public way. But for Chris, this event was a turning point for him in speaking more freely about sex without fear or shame. In this Taboo Tuesday, Chris talks to Dr. Emily about his journey to accepting himself as a sexual being and navigating a world where many people are not comfortable talking about sex openly. Staying emotionally fit takes work and repetition. That's why the Emotionally Fit podcast with psychologist Dr. Emily Anhalt delivers short, actionable Emotional Push-Ups every Monday and Thursday to help you build a better practice of mental health, and surprising, funny, and shocking conversations on Taboo Tuesdays - because the things we're most hesitant to talk about are also the most normal. Join us to kickstart your emotional fitness. Let's flex those feels and do some reps together! EPISODE RESOURCES: Follow Chris Messina on https://twitter.com/chrismessina?s=20&t=tiyfrH6uDbJWxEo5VV6AFQ (Twitter) Listen to Chris's podcast, https://chrismessina.me/podcast (Techmeme Ride Home) Learn more about Chris's work at https://chrismessina.me (chrismessina.me ) Thank you for listening! Follow Dr. Emily on https://twitter.com/dremilyanhalt (Twitter), and don't forget to follow, rate, review and share the show wherever you listen to podcasts! #EmotionallyFit The Emotionally Fit podcast is produced by https://www.joincoa.com/ (Coa), your gym for mental health. Katie Sunku Wood is the show's producer from https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod Media) with additional editing and sound design by https://nodalab.com/ (nodalab), and featuring music by https://open.spotify.com/artist/4opkPECBBcY1LIDa3quwpy?si=l53ce-ONSG2l0yvfJaOVBA (Milano). Special thanks to the entire Coa crew! JUMP STRAIGHT INTO: (03:01) - Chris's journey to accepting himself as a sexual being - “My process has been one of maybe denying a lot of like my own sexuality and repressing my own sexual desire because I grew up without the ability to trust my sexuality as a man.” (05:49) - Going public about his sex life - “For so much of my life, I thought sex was dangerous. Something I shouldn't want. Something that I should repress. Something that my gender tends to use as a blunt instrument or as a type of force against other people to get power from other people. That's not what I wanted to be.” (11:40) - A new age in sex - “The fact that sex is not simply done anymore just for procreation allows us to actually get into the body and to experience things that are actually biologically driven motivators to get us to reproduce.” (14:42) - Opening up about sex as a society - “I hope in the next 10 to 15 years, these kinds of conversations will lead the next generation to be able to check in with themselves, to be able to say, ‘Is this the right thing for me right now?'” (17:17) - How more men can open up about sex - “The other thing that's really important is checking your own desire for a certain set of outcomes. If you can separate yourself from having any certain thing happen, I think that also is a really good way of cultivating safety.” (22:39) - Chris's taboo question answered - “I would probably spend a lot of time masturbating because I don't have a clitoris or a vagina, and I'm very curious how they work and what it feels like to have one. To have a part of your body that has 8,000 nerve endings just sounds really intense, but also really interesting.”
Sex and Faithfulness, what do you need to know before you say I do?! Today we are giving a sneak peek into the fifth section of our pre-marital guidance course. What do you know about Pre-Marital Counseling? It is incredibly helpful in helping you be prepared for marriage. Though many people think it's unnecessary, aren't involved in a good church where they can find it. Or maybe you don't feel comfortable going to your pastor for this guidance. We don't want this to stop you from having valuable Biblical Marriage wisdom that will help you walk joyfully through your married lives! Are you planning on getting married soon? Do you know someone who is? Maybe you are married but feel you were not given the tools needed to do marriage "well". My hubby and I are very passionate about marriage, we love helping couples to understand how they can beat the 50% divorce rate that has plagued our country and caused many to consider wether it's worth walking down the aisle. We are giving you a sneak peek into our online God centered pre-marriage guidance course each week this month. We want you to not just survive marriage but to thrive! Be sure to share with anyone who might benefit from the course You can find the show notes on my website: marriedrogersneighborhood.com You can sign up HERE for info on our Pre Marital Guidance course *LAUNCHING ON SEPTEMBER 8 2022*, our 20th wedding anniversary! Follow and interact with Caroline on social platforms at: Instagram: @marriedrogersneighborhood Facebook: @marriedrogersneighborhood Twitter: @marriedrogers Clubhouse: @marriedrogers YouTube Channel: Married Rogers Neighborhood You can subscribe to receive and email newsletter keeping you informed of coming content. (We promise not to spam you) Podcast Music Composed and performed by Jamie Miller If you would like more information on Jamie's Song Writing and performing services you can ask Caroline on any of the above platforms listed for her official contact info. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/support
This is something I've NEVER talked about on the podcast before … SEX! Heather Bartos, MD, OB-GYN talks about five-sense-sex, the best position to try if you're 39 weeks pregnant, bringing sex back after baby, prioritizing sex when you're a busy parent, and so much more. Put your headphones on for this one! Heather Bartos, MD, OB-GYN, is a leading voice in the field of women's health and wellness, the fierce founder of Badass Woman, Badass Health, and a proud creator of MindSHIFT medicine (the integration of mental, physical, and emotional health to care for the whole woman). Fascinated the way what we think about impacts how we feel, Dr. Bartos teaches women and their families how to thrive, no matter what their stage of life. She is a board-certified OB-GYN, US Navy Veteran, former Associate Professor at USUHS and former Chief of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Texas Health Hospital in Denton, TX. She is currently the owner/medical director of her “village for women's health,” Be. Women's Health & Wellness. Featured in publications from Glamour and Huffington Post to Reader's Digest, Women's Health and ABC News, Dr. Bartos is a frequent speaker and writer on all areas of women's health and her practice of MindSHIFT Medicine. In this episode, you'll hear about: Who is Heather Bartos? (2:45) Sex will change as a woman changes (4:44) Having sex on your moon cycle (6:07) How to have sex while pregnant (7:12) How to boost your libido (12:30) Five sense sex (16:50) The sex position to try during week 38 or 39 of pregnancy (17:26) Your sex life will change after birth, especially when breastfeeding (21:40) You CAN get pregnant while you're breastfeeding (24:10) How to have a healthy sex life when your kids are age one (25:10) Tap into Heather's world at HeatherBartosmMD.com and check out her Facebook LIVE Series: Is this Normal? on her Facebook page, and say “Hayyy!” on Instagram @DrHeatherBartos.
Yes, we're going to talk about Gay Sex. We'll talk about straight sex, too (eww, David). But first, let us clarify: The act of sex, and your sexual preferences, do not define your sexual orientation. What gets you off does not equate to how you fall in love. And being in love does not mean you can't like certain things in the bedroom. We have plenty of time for all of those important conversations but today, we're only talking about the bedroom. So let's dive in. . Afterward, we'll step out to The Front Porch for this week's Cocktail Of The Week: The Chocolate Martini. Check our socials for the Cocktail Of The Week recipes: IG: @QueerMagnoliasPodcast TWITTER: @QueerMagnolias FACEBOOK: QueerMagnoliasPodcast
EPISODE #43: Let's Talk About Sex Sit in with Mike, Whitney and Justin as they open about their experiences around the topic of Christians and sex. They delve into the common misconceptions about sex, ridding shame from sex, eliminating legalistic mindsets surrounding sex and pursuing a blessed, Godly lifestyle. Head over to your favorite streaming platform and let us know what your thoughts are!