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Welcome to HOW WE TALK ABOUT SEX

 

This is a podcast that is a frank discussion about how we communicate and learn about sex and how it affects our lives. Each week, (hopefully) I bring on a new guest to talk about how their lives are affected by sex and sexuality. I talk to friends and strangers. People who like sex and people who don't like sex. I talk to parents and ask them how they teach or intend to teach their kids about sex. I talk to writers of erotica and sexual subjects. You will find a wide range of discussion on this podcast and I hope you will enjoy and share it with your friends and families.

Nov 18, 2017

Elizabeth Heineman talks about Germany's equivalent of Hugh Hefner – Beate Uhse. This conversation came from me being asked to give my thoughts about Hefner after he died and I wound up learning about Beate, the woman Luftwaffe pilot who built Europe's largest sex shop empire and embodied Germany's post-war economic...


Nov 5, 2017

Naama Bloom is the founder of HelloFlo.com, a modern day health site for girls and women. Her mission for HelloFlo was to create a space where women and girls could learn about their bodies in an open and honest environment without any shame and with a healthy dose of humor.

HelloFlo's first two videos, " The Camp Gyno"...


Oct 25, 2017

My guest this week is Bryan, who I met at the SexExpo back in September. Bryan and I talk about his new app, BIEM which provides the easiest way to talk with a healthcare professional, get tested, share results, and be notified if a person you've been with tests positive for an STD in the future. We also discuss...


Oct 1, 2017

My guest is Marla Renee Stewart. 7+ years ago she founded Velvet Lips, which is an education company that empowers people of all ages to embrace, educate, and enjoy their sexuality and their sexual lives.

We talk about her coming out to her mother at 16 as a bisexual; masturbation; orgasms; the swinging community;...


Sep 22, 2017

This podcast contains three conversations about The Nashville Statement: A Coalition for Biblical Sexuality which you can find at the link below.

https://cbmw.org/nashville-statement/

You can find the link to the response from Christians United at the link below.

http://www.christiansunitedstatement.org/

Please let me...