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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 16, 2020

My guest this week is Crystal Byrd Farmer, the author of the book, The Token: Common Sense Ideas for Increasing Diversity in Your Organization. We discuss her book; the poly community and her involvement with; as well as coping with disability/autism and sex.

Jun 1, 2020

My guest this week is Julie, a divorced mother of three teenage boys. We talk about her first exposure to sex at a rather young age; not finding true comfort in her body until 27; the sex talk with her boys; and then we get into dating and learning about new partners sexually.

May 24, 2020

Tea Hacic Vlahovic (TAY-UH HA-CHEECH VLA-HO-VEECH) has been a blogger, sex-columnist, TV host, and is now an acclaimed novelist. “Life of the Party” will be out in bookstores on June 2, 2020 but it’s already available as an e-book on Amazon right now. We cover many topics including moving to Milan at 19; sexual...

Apr 26, 2020

My guest this week is a returning guest from episode #69. The last time Natalie was on we talked about her experience of hosting sex toy parties, but this time we talk about her first experience going to a sex party. We also talk about dating during the time of Covid-19 and her new favorite sex toy. Enjoy!

Mar 25, 2020

Lanae St. John aka the MamaSutra, returns to the podcast with her book, “Read Me – A Parental Primer for The Talk.” We cover everything including the cover.

Dr. St. John uses “The Five Building Blocks to a Healthy Sexuality” to ensure children and adults of all ages have the best resources, support, and skills...