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Sexology podcast untangles the science of sex and pleasure. Each week, Dr. Nazanin Moali interviews experts, psychologists and researchers to explore the most intriguing findings in psychology of sex and intimacy. Sexology podcast will give you insight into all that you have ever wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask. Join us in this weekly journey to examine sexuality and pleasure from a scientific perspective.
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Sep 14, 2021

Welcome to episode 247 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Marci Liroff (she/her) to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss how Marci transitioned from casting director and acting coach to intimacy coordinator, why intimacy coordinators are not the “sex police” and the ways she helps the film crew coordinate sex scenes. 

 

A veteran Casting Director, Marci (she/her) has been casting film and television for the last 40 years. Her extensive credits span more than 50 films. While working at the renowned office of Fenton-Feinberg Casting she, along with Mike Fenton, cast such films as Bob Clark’s A Christmas Story and Porky’s; the Academy Award-nominated Poltergeist; Steven Spielberg’s E.T.– The Extra Terrestrial and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom; and Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner.  

 

After establishing her own casting company in 1983, MARCI LIROFF CASTING, Marci cast many successful films including Footloose, St. Elmo’s Fire, Pretty in Pink, The Iron Giant, The Spitfire Grill (which she produced as well), Untamed Heart, Freaky Friday, Mean Girls, Insomnia, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, and Vampire Academy. For the last 10 years, Marci has been coaching and teaching actors to prepare for upcoming auditions and jobs.  

 

Her years of work in film and television production, along with her communication skills and keen eye, make Marci a perfect fit in the world of intimacy coordination. She recently intimacy coordinated the feature film The Virgin of Highland Park and served as the IC for the second season of the Starz show Hightown.   

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Marci transitioned from casting director and acting coach to intimacy coordinator  
  • Why intimacy coordinators are not the “sex police”  
  • The ways Marci helps the film crew to coordinate sex scenes  
  • Looking at the relationship between intimacy coordinators and directors  
  • Issues that can arise on set and how Marci deals with them  
  • Analyzing the importance of consent  
  • How consent is being incorporated into specifics in contracts around sex scenes  
  • The importance of reading your contract as an actor 
  • Navigating intimate scenes where minors are involved, E.G Stranger Things  
  • The toughest scenes that Marci has coordinated  
 
 

 

Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode. Use the link below to get 10% of your first month of online therapy with BetterHelp: 

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3. Bring excitement back to your relationship with the help of tangible tools: We will talk about the latest research on sexual boredom and how to bring thrill and excitement back into your relationship.

 

Find Marci Liroff Online 

https://www.marciliroff.com  

 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio

Sep 7, 2021

Welcome to episode 246 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Chantal Cousineau (she/her) to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss Chantal's role as an intimacy coordinator, how sexual assault leads to issues of trauma and looking at new practices that are coming onto sets to help prevent these issues. 

 

Chantal Cousineau (she/her) was born in Canada. Raised in a large and loving French-Canadian family, she spent her childhood training tirelessly to become a Tae Kwon-Do champion. Achieving her first-degree black belt at the age of 15, she quickly dominated competitions, winning gold at the Canadian and North American Championships. She started modelling at the age of 17 and soon landed before the lens of famed photographers shooting for Abercrombie & Fitch, Aveda, Italian Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Roots, and many more. She moved to Los Angeles twenty years ago and has since carved out a successful career as an actor shooting television commercials. 

  

She has become a grounded voice within the advocacy community, helping 1,300+ survivors of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse share their #MeToo experiences since 2017. A longtime member of SAG-AFTRA, Chantal serves on several union committees to consult on ways the industry can expand its best practices to move closer towards equal treatment, pay parity, representation, and improving safety standards on sets. Chantal has combined her many years of experience as a performer with her survivor advocacy work to pivot to her new career as an intimacy coordinator.  Her most recent intimacy coordinator credits include This Is Us (NBC), The Terminal List (Amazon), and the independent feature film Sharp Stick, which was directed by Lena Dunham.  

  

Chantal is a dual citizen of Canada and the US and speaks both French and English fluently. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking into Chantal’s role as an intimacy coordination and what it entails  
  • How Chantal became intimacy coordinator and the journey that led her to this role 
  • Analyzing the dynamic of an intimacy coordinator has with other people on set 
  • How sexual assault leads to issues of trauma  
  • How Chantal had a Me-Too experience  
  • The importance of self-care  
  • How many victims of sexual assault do not report it to the police  
  • The ways in which Chantal holds stories of sexual assault for victims  
  • Looking at ways in which young actresses are vulnerable to issues of sexual assault 
  • New practices that are coming onto sets to help prevent these issues 

 

Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode. Use the link below to get 10%  of your first month of online therapy with BetterHelp: 

 

 

Find Chantal Cousineau Online 

https://www.intimacyprofessionalsassociation.com  

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/free-erotica/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio

Aug 31, 2021

Welcome to episode 245 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Soum Rakshit to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss sex toys, how Dr. Soum Rakshit transitioned from electrical engineering to co-founding MysteryVibe, what goes into the design of a sex toy and how you can communicate to your partner that you want to incorporate sex toys into your sex life. 

 

Dr. Soum Rakshit is the Co-Founder & CEO of award-winning sexual health company, MysteryVibe. Their mission is to make sexual health accessible to all — across all ages, genders & orientations. 

  

From his research & experiences over the past 2 decades, Soumyadip deeply understands that a major challenge in most people’s lives is keeping the ‘mystery’ alive in a long term relationship. This is especially the case after major life events like childbirth, menopause, cancer treatment or surgery. 

  

That’s why he decided to combine his defence electronics expertise with medical experts to create devices that address major sexual health issues like ED, dryness & pain during intercourse. At the same time, working closely with sexual health experts, his team has been at the forefront of researching & developing content that act as catalysts for people to start much-needed conversations to reignite their sex life. 

  

In his role as CEO of MysteryVibe, he focuses on pushing the boundaries on R&D, customer experience and supporting their long- term goal of making sexual health an integral part of our overall health. Soumyadip passionately believes that by empowering people with actionable knowledge & purposeful innovation is the way to make this happen. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Soum Rakshit transitioned from electrical engineering to co-founding MysteryVibe 
  • Ways to keep sex and mystery in the bedroom after big life events; kids, marriage etc 
  • The public’s perception of sexual health companies in 2021  
  • Why more investors are investing in sexual health companies  
  • Looking at what goes into the design of a sex toy  
  • Communicating to your partner you want to incorporate sex toys into your sex life 
  • Using complex technology to create simple solutions for people  
  • Looking at Pleasure Finder and how you can use it  
  • Looking at some of Dr. Soum Rakshit’s favourite sex toys  

 

Find Dr. Soum Rakshit Online 

https://mysteryvibe.com  

 

Crescendo from MysteryVibe 

 

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/free-erotica/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Aug 24, 2021

Welcome to episode 244 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Paul Yong to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss pain after orgasms, the effects of endometriosis and the relationship between hormones and testosterone around this issue.  

 

Dr. Paul Yong (MD, PhD, FRCSC) is a Gynaecologist at the BC Women’s Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis and directs the Research Program at the BC Women’s Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis. Dr. Yong’s clinical practice is focused on pelvic pain, with a particular interest in endometriosis, painful periods, sexual pain, co-existing bladder and bowel problems, and pain related to the musculoskeletal system.  

 

His clinical research interests are in endometriosis and pelvic pain, and his translational research interests include bio-banking of endometriosis, gene sequencing in endometriosis, and investigating nerve formation in the pelvis as a cause of pain. Dr. Yong is also involved in teaching and is Assistant Professor in the UBC Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Division of Gynaecologic Specialties. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking at pain post orgasm  
  • How common is it to have pain after orgasms? 
  • Is this more prevalent in men or women? 
  • Looking at endometriosis 
  • How long does pain usually last for people experiencing pain post orgasm? 
  • Recommendations for those struggling with this 
  • Looking at treatments for endometriosis 
  • Can endometriosis turn into a chronic pain? 
  • Recommendations for women experiencing pain during intercourse  
  • The relationship between hormones and testosterone around these issues  
 

 

Find Dr. Paul Yong Online 

https://yonglab.med.ubc.ca  

 

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/erotic-awakening/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio

Aug 17, 2021

Welcome to episode 243 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Kate Balestrieri to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss revenge porn, safety measures we might be able to take to protect ourselves, looking at the psychological profile of people leaking sexual images and the importance of parents to talk to their kids about this issue. 

 

Dr. Kate Balestrieri, Psy.D., CSAT-S, is a Licensed Psychologist (Clinical and Forensic) in CA, FL and IL. She is a Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist – Supervisor, and PACT II trained couples’ therapist. Dr. Balestrieri earned her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, and completed her Post-Doctoral Fellowship though the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine with a concentration in Forensic Psychology. In over 14 years of clinical experience, she has conducted clinical and forensic evaluations, provided expert witness testimony in court, and been a treatment provider in clinical, forensic, and correctional settings. 

  

The Founder of Modern Intimacy and Co-Founder of Triune Therapy Group, Dr. Balestrieri is a passionate advocate for mental health, relational and sexual health and wellness. In her private practice, Dr. Balestrieri works with adults, individuals and couples, primarily around treating trauma, substance abuse and addiction, intimacy disorders (sex/love addiction and sexual dysfunction), eating disorders and body image issues, bipolar disorder, Posttraumatic Stress disorder, depression, and anxiety. She also conducts comprehensive personality assessments, differential diagnosis evaluations, and screenings for the presence of alcohol/drug addiction, compulsive relationship behavior, and other psychosexual evaluations. 

  

Throughout her work, Dr. Balestrieri focuses on helping people build resilience and recovery from what ails them to move from a position of pain or discomfort to one of thriving, holistically in their lives. In that effort, Dr. Balestrieri works with individuals astutely to help mitigate anger management concerns, establish healthy boundaries, build effective communication strategies, and improve relationship patterns. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Kate became interested in the sexuality field  
  • Looking around the issues that lead to revenge porn  
  • How can we protect ourselves from revenge porn? 
  • Communicating with your partner about what happens to photos, videos etc 
  • Looking at the psychological profile of people leaking sexual images  
  • How many victims of revenge porn don’t come forward and report it  
  • Is narcissism a character trait of someone leaking images? 
  • Safety measures we might be able to take, E.G using secure apps 
  • Looking at how authorities around the world are putting in legislation to deal with revenge porn  
  • The importance of parents to talk to their kids about this issue  
  • Understanding the consequences of leaking sexual images  

 

Find Dr. Kate Balestrieri Online 

https://www.modernintimacy.com  

 

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/erotic-awakening/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Aug 10, 2021

Welcome to episode 242 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Diane Gleim to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss whether it's bad to watch porn, the emergence of ethical porn, how many people fantasize about sex with multiple people, and the relationship between porn and masturbation. 

 

Diane Gleim is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and Supervisor practicing in northern California. Her clients include anyone with a sexual concern: individuals and couples ages 18-80 and beyond, and the LGBTQ+, kinky, and poly populations. She treats the many diverse issues related to sexual identity, sexual expression, sexual behavior, and sexual relationships.  

 

In addition to her private practice, Diane’s work also includes training mental health professionals on a variety of topics related to sex and therapy and writing the blog Underneath the Sheets on Psychology Today’s website. She has been voted Sonoma County’s Best Sex Therapist for 4 years. Finally, Diane has appeared in various media including podcasts, her local media publications, and in Mel Magazine, The Buzz by Pure Romance, Quartz, and CNN.com. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking at the definition of porn  
  • The ambiguous areas of porn  
  • Analyzing the “suspension of disbelief”  
  • How can we create piece of mind for ourselves when consuming porn?  
  • Looking at the emergence of ethical porn  
  • The contributing factors behind people reacting negatively to porn  
  • Understanding it’s ok to like different types of porn  
  • How many people fantasize about sex with multiple people  
  • Communicating your porn consumption to your partner  
  • The relationship between porn and masturbation  
  • Why robust arguments in a relationship can be healthy long term  
 
 

 

Find Diane Gleim Online 

 

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/erotic-awakening/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Aug 3, 2021

Welcome to episode 241 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the relationship between pleasure and pornography, how our erotic template fits into porn and analyzing the negative connotations that usually come with porn. 

 

Alan McKee is a Professor in Digital and Social Media in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UTS. He is an expert on entertainment and healthy sexual development. He has published on healthy sexual development, and entertainment education for healthy sexuality in journals including the New Media and Society, Archives of Sexual Behavior, the International Journal of Sexual Health, the Journal of Sex Research and Sex Education. 

 

Katerina Litsou is a senior research assistant and a doctoral researcher at the University of Southampton. She has a bachelor of psychology and a master of sexology. Her current research focuses on female sexuality and the use of pornography. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Alan & Katerina became interested in this field 
  • How porn can be a feminist political act  
  • Looking at the data from various studies on porn 
  • How is porn defined in the research? 
  • Analyzing the negative connotations that usually come with porn  
  • The relationship between healthy masturbation and porn  
  • The importance of transparency and consent  
  • Looking at the correlation between pleasure and porn  
  • How many women feel porn isn’t politically correct  
  • Looking at how our erotic template fits into porn  
  • Analyzing the pros and cons of amateur porn  
 
 

 

Find Alan McKee Online 

 

Find Katerina Litsou Online 

https://twitter.com/kleechou  

 

Expanding Imagination Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/free-erotica

 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jul 27, 2021

Welcome to episode 240 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Majo Molfino to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss how Majo decided to write Break the Good Girl Myth, the most challenging myths for sex and sexuality and learning to understand your past and move forward. 

 

Majo Molfino guides women toward more power and meaning through her unique blend of storytelling, design, psychology, and mindfulness. Her work can be seen through her podcast (which features women such as Sophia Amoruso and Byron Katie and has over one million downloads), her book (which helps women shed the good girl myths the patriarchy has imposed upon them), and her leadership program IGNITE.  

 

She also has a Master’s in learning, design, and technology from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in cultural studies from McGill University. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Majo decided to write Break the Good Girl Myth  
  • How these myths get in the way of having the relationships they want  
  • Looking at the five good girl myths  
  • The most challenging myths for sex and sexuality  
  • Analyzing the myth of harmonies and boundaries  
  • The importance of giving our partners sexual feedback  
  • How 50% of women are not talking about the pain they experience during sex 
  • Learning to be comfortable making mistakes and see what shows up  
  • Looking at the short-term benefits of the good girl myths  
  • Learning to understand your past and move forward  
 

 

Find Majo Molfino Online  

https://goodgirlmyth.com  

 

Dating Anxiety Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/dating-anxiety 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jul 20, 2021

Welcome to episode 239 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Erica Lemke-Pembroke to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss Erica’s journey to getting to her place of confidence, the importance of self-love and self-respect and how you can build your confidence to feel sexier. 

 

Erica Lemke-Pembroke, MA, is a certified life coach, licensed, specialty-certified New Life Story ® wellness coach and sexual confidence coach. Erica has a master's degree in community counseling with a concentration in marriage and family therapy. She also holds a bachelor's degree in kinesiology and a certificate in gerontology. Her desire to work with clients from a holistic perspective has been a driving force throughout her life. Guiding others to connect with themselves: body, mind and soul came from a lifetime of creating this within herself. 

   

Erica became certified as a life coach through Coach Training Alliance, and deepened her studies with a license, specialty-certification as a Mentor Coach and New Life Story ® Wellness Coach. This furthered her studies in neuroscience, strategic coaching and positive psychology. Combining these disciplines with her passion for keeping one's sensuality and sexuality integral to the whole person, Erica continues her mission to helping women become their most sexually confident selves. 

  

Erica is a Californian currently living in Utah. She enjoys intimate conversations about sex, everything outdoors, dancing every single day, creating Haiku poetry and spending quality time with friends and family. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • A look at Erica’s journey to getting to her place of confidence  
  • The pressure we feel to look a certain way to be sexy  
  • How sexy is more about how you feel than how you look  
  • How you can build your confidence to feel more sexier 
  • Signs to look for if you’re struggling with low confidence  
  • The importance of self-love and self-respect  
  • How does a lack of confidence show up in the bedroom? 
 

 

Find Erica Lemke-Pembroke Online  

https://feelsexyagain.com  

 

Dating Anxiety Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/dating-anxiety 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jul 13, 2021

Welcome to episode 238 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Guy Blaise to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the cultural differences between dating in the US and France, looking at the issue of unsolicited dick picks and why paying more attention to your partner will get you better sex.   

 

Guy Blaise is an author and Frenchman currently living in America. He lived in Eastern France and Paris, where he witnessed the dating experiences of the strong women in his family and listened closely to the advice his grandmother routinely gave them about love.  

 

After two decades of living in America and struck by the differences between two cultures’ approaches to romance and sex, Guy started writing books offering his insights and started The French Perspective blog.  

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • The biggest differences between dating in the USA and France  
  • Analyzing the cultural differences between dating in the USA and France  
  • How we are living in a “Plenty of Fish / Tinder” culture of dating  
  • The social attitudes of men in the USA compared to France  
  • Looking at the issue of unsolicited dick picks  
  • The difference of how American women deal with dicks compared with women in France 
  • How unsolicited dick picks can be red flags for not being good at consent  
  • Looking at the differences between the way French men make love to women compared with American men  
  • Why paying more attention to your partner will get you better sex  
  • Understanding that sex doesn’t start and end in the bedroom  
  • Knowing that no relationship is perfect and requires constant work to keep sex great  
  • The importance of women taking agency of what they want  
 
 

 

Find Guy Blaise Online  

 

Dating Anxiety Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/dating-anxiety 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jul 6, 2021

Welcome to episode 237 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Marissa Tunis to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss ways in which we can get closure from a breakup, analyzing what gaslighting is and how we can stop the cycle of repeating the same mistakes when it comes to relationships. 

 

Dr. Marissa Tunis is a licensed psychologist, dating coach, and founder of Datefully, dating coaching based in psychology.  She is based in Los Angeles and sees clients across the country who are struggling with heartbreaks, dating anxiety and relationship issues.   

 

She hosts a weekly live-streamed digital talk show on the Meet Me app, Live with Dr. Marissa, which addresses the topics of love, dating and mental health.   

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Marissa became interested in this line of work  
  • Ways in which we can get closure from a breakup 
  • How we can learn to heal after a very bitter breakup  
  • How long should we wait after a breakup to start dating again? 
  • Learning to take time for yourself after a breakup  
  • The way in which a bitter breakup can lead to trauma  
  • Analyzing what gaslighting is 
  • The negative ripple effects that come from gaslighting  
  • How many people don’t even know they are gaslighting  
  • The importance of trusting your own judgments and gut feeling  
  • Why do we keep making the same mistakes? 
  • How we can stop the cycle of repeating the same mistakes  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Marissa Tunis Online  

 

Dating Anxiety Checklist 

https://oasis2care.com/dating-anxiety 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

 

Jun 29, 2021

Welcome to episode 236 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers back to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss her new book, Shameless Parenting, look at the issue of sexual shame, and give recommendations on how to talk to your kids about sex.   

 

Dr. Tina is a vibrant thought leader around issues of sexuality, intimacy, and spirituality. Her life’s work is centered around rooting out the causes of sexual shame and providing tools that disarm and demystify all the negative messages that we receive in American culture and so often in religious circles. She regularly speaks at events, conferences, intimacy retreats, churches, and universities around the country. 

  

Dr. Tina is a sex therapist, former professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Seattle Pacific University, founder of the Northwest Institute on Intimacy, AASECT-certified supervisor, mother, wife, and author. She is currently doing work on her next book, which is intended to help parents raise their children free of sexual shame and appropriately teach them about healthy sexuality over each stage of their development. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Why Dr. Tina wrote her new book, Shameless Parenting 
  • Where does our sexual shame come from?  
  • How our sexuality is fluid and changes over time  
  • Learning the best ways to talk to your kids about sex  
  • How if don’t talk to them about sex, they will pick up other values and info about sex from online, social media, etc.  
  • What age is appropriate for kids to start being curious about sex?  
  • The difference between self-soothing and masturbating  
  • Teaching the values of privacy around sex to our kids  
  • Recommendations on how to talk to your kids about sex  
 

 

Find Dr. Tina Online  

https://www.tinaschermersellers.com  

 

Talking to Your Child About Sex: A Checklist for Parents 

https://oasis2care.com/checklist-for-parents/  

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jun 22, 2021

Welcome to episode 235 of the Sexology Podcast! Today is a solo episode where I talk about the issues of delayed ejaculation.  

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • The challenges overall of erectile functioning  
  • Looking at the time it takes for men on average to ejaculate  
  • Contributing causes to delayed ejaculation  
  • How side effects from medication can affect this issue  
  • The role guilt and shame can play around delayed ejaculation 
  • How we can internalize negative experiences  
  • How masturbation can affect delayed ejaculation 
  • Looking at the frequency of masturbation  
  • Being honest and authentic with your partner 
  • Opening up about your sexual desires and fantasies to your partner  
  • Overcoming any issues of shame and embarrassment  
  • Incorporating sex toys into your sex life  
  • How you can maintain erections during penetrative sex  
 
 

 

Sexology Podcast 

https://sexologypodcast.com  

 

Tips for Lifelong Erectile Health 

https://oasis2care.com/hard-penis-checklist/  

 

Bedroom To Fizzle  

https://sexologypodcast.com/bedroomfizzletosizzle  

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio 

Jun 15, 2021

Welcome to episode 234 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Kristopher Lovestone to the podcast. In this episode, Kristopher talks to me about his book, Conscious Cock: The Empowered Sexuality Manual For Men, the role porn plays in distorting our view on penis size and expectations and why women are more interested in men being good lovers than just having a big penis. 

  

The “Einstein of relationships”, Kristopher Lovestone is an ingenious certified sex educator who is breaking new ground in sex education for men and couples.  After surviving six divorces during his childhood he went on to rewrite the rules of the relationship game so that people can actually win. 

  

His ingenious & practical approach transforms people’s ability to get what they really want in their long-term relationship.  Through state-of-the-art communication tools, cutting-edge sex & intimacy education and innovative relational strategies, he empowers people to exit relationship exhaustion & cultivate the intimacy of their dreams with their partner. 

  

His techniques have yielded him a wildly successful 15-year marriage that gets hotter every year, and you can find his teachings in his book, Conscious Cock: The Empowered Sexuality Manual For Men. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • What we can learn from Kristopher’s book - Conscious Cock: The Empowered Sexuality Manual for Men 
  • Why men are still invested in penis size 
  • How many women are more interested in men being good lovers than just having a big penis  
  • The role porn plays in distorting our view on penis size and expectations  
  • Why good foreplay is more important than penis size 
  • Ways in which you can improve your foreplay  
  • How less can be more when it comes to sex  
  • Understanding that having a big penis doesn’t automatically mean you’re good in bed 
  • Looking at orgasms without ejaculation  
  • Learning to last longer in bed for more fulfilling sex 
 
 

 

Kristopher Lovestone 

 

Tips for Lifelong Erectile Health 

https://oasis2care.com/hard-penis-checklist/  

 

Bedroom To Fizzle  

https://sexologypodcast.com/bedroomfizzletosizzle  

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jun 8, 2021

Welcome to episode 233 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Dr. Jed Kaminetsky to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Kaminetsky speaks to me about the impact of testosterone on sexual health, the challenges some people face with their bodies not producing enough testosterone and analyzing men’s orgasms. 

  

Dr. Jed Kaminetsky, M.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Medical Center and a Board Certified Urologist at University Urology, one of the largest urology practice in the New York City area. He pioneered the minimally invasive Rezum BPH treatment, is highly skilled in treating all urologic disorders and excels in vasectomies, minimally invasive prostate surgeries and penile implants.  

 

His academic interests in male and female sexual dysfunction have been published in medical journals which led to a nationwide recognition and development of various treatment schemes for patients with sexual, erectile dysfunction and androgen deficiency. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • The impact of testosterone on sexual health  
  • Looking at supplements, how they work and potential side effects  
  • Ways to make lasting change for better sexual health  
  • Looking at the impact of a healthy lifestyle; good diet, exercise, work-life balance  
  • How early can you expect to see changes after making lifestyle changes  
  • The challenges some people face with their bodies not producing enough testosterone  
  • The effect of Covid-19 on testosterone levels  
  • How prostrate treatment can impact sexual health  
  • The side effects of prostate treatment  
  • Analyzing men’s orgasms  
  • Looking at the best first lines of treatment for prostate issues  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Jed Kaminetsky 

https://www.universityurology.com  

 

Tips for Lifelong Erectile Health

Bedroom To Fizzle  

https://sexologypodcast.com/bedroomfizzletosizzle  

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Jun 1, 2021

Welcome to episode 232 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Dr. Morgan Anderson to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Morgan talks to me about attachment styles and how they impact our sex lives, the benefits of emotionally safe sex and how experiences from our childhood can affect our attachment style. 

  

Are you ready to take the mystery out of having great relationships and to gain the knowledge you need to step confidently into the next level of your life? Dr. Morgan Anderson, gives you real talk on all things dating, relationships, and sex. Dr. Morgan is a relationship coach, psychologist and creator of the E.S.L relationship method. She brings humor, truth and knowledge to the complex world of dating and relationships.  

  

Dr. Morgan's Podcast "Let's Get Vulnerable" will provide you with tangible strategies that you can implement immediately to improve your life and attract the exact relationship you desire. Episodes will feature expert advice from your host and psychologist, Dr. Morgan Anderson, interviews with incredible people offering you their stories and wisdom, and LIVE coaching sessions where you will have an exclusive glimpse into the growth process as it is unfolding.  

  

Episodes are recorded in a live format to give you the feel of a live talk show; episodes are non-scripted and unedited. The content of the episodes is bound to make you laugh, cry, improve your relationships and go confidently after your dreams like never before. So what are you waiting for? Let’s Get Vulnerable. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • What is an attachment style? 
  • How experiences from our childhood can affect our attachment style  
  • Looking at repetition compulsion  
  • Why people becoming more attracted to a person when they start to withdraw 
  • Analysing the different types of attachment  
  • How people can become avoidantly attached  
  • Looking at disorganised attachment 
  • How porn can be used as crutch to avoid vulnerability  
  • Paying attention to our internal reactions  
  • The benefits of emotionally safe sex  
  • Looking at secure attachment  
  • The role jealousy can play around these issues  

 

Find Dr. Morgan Anderson online 

https://www.drmorgancoaching.com  

 

Sex Quix For Women 

https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz/  

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

May 25, 2021

Welcome to episode 231 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Dr. Megan Stubbs to the podcast. In this episode, Megan talks to me about sex toys, the evolution of them over the years, how they can improve your sex life, and recommendations for the best ones to check out. 

  

Holding degrees in Human Sexuality and Biology, Dr. Megan Stubbs is an energetic multi-media savvy Sexologist. She has been building a brand that has sexual wellness, education, and pleasure at the forefront. With her respective degrees, she is able to combine two of her favorite things, science and sex, into a cohesive platform to impact her audience. She offers presentations on a wide variety of topics ranging from positive body image to sexual assault prevention. She is mindful of inclusion and brings a sensitivity to ethnic diversity rooted in her own complex heritage.  

  

Her programming is designed to entertain and educate with actionable steps and information the participants can use as soon as they leave. Her advice is frequently quoted in national media outlets, she writes for many online and print publications, appears on television, speaks on radio, and presents at public and private events. Her new book, Playing Without a Partner: A Singles' Guide to Sex, Dating, and Happiness, is available now.

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking at the history of sex toys 
  • The evolution and changes to sex toys over the years 
  • How sex was unknowingly used as treatment for women hundreds of years ago 
  • The ways in which sex toys can improve your sex life 
  • How sex toys can be an addition to your existing sex life 
  • The ways in which sex toys can break sexual boredom  
  • How couples can use sex toys together  
  • Can sex toys become addictive? 
  • Looking at health considerations when using sex toys  
  • Using lubricant alongside sex toys  
  • Good practices for using, cleaning and maintaining your sex toys 
  • Looking at the rising popularity of CBD oils  
  • Recommendations for good vibrators to check out  

 

Find Dr. Megan Stubbs online 

https://www.sexologistmegan.com  

 

101 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Hot 

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Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio 

May 18, 2021

Welcome to episode 230 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome back Martha Kauppi, LMFT to the podcast. In this episode, Martha speaks to us about her new book, Polyamory: A Clinical Toolkit for Therapists (and Their Clients), looking at consensual non-monogamy, examining common myths around polyamory, and the relationship and sexual dynamics of polyamory. 

  

Martha Kauppi, LMFT, is an educator, AASECT-certified sex therapist and supervisor, and AAMFT-approved supervisor. She specializes in relational sex therapy, including alternative family structures, and trains therapists to work effectively at the intersection of sex issues and relationship challenges. 

  

Martha’s mission is to make sex a safe topic in therapy rooms everywhere by developing unique educational experiences and immediately applicable learning materials for therapists. She has a book coming out in August 2020 about working effectively with clinical challenges related to polyamory. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Martha became interested in writing her new book; Polyamory: A Clinical Toolkit for Therapists (and Their Clients) 
  • Looking at consensual non-monogamy  
  • How people are more open to polyamory now than in previous years 
  • Deconstructing the stigma attached to polyamory 
  • Examining common myths around polyamory  
  • Recommendations for people considering opening their relationship  
  • Looking the relationship and sexual dynamics of polyamory  
  • How misconceptions around polyamory lead to a fear of it  
  • Looking at differentiation  
  • How therapists can better understand these issues to know when it’s right to recommend polyamory  

 

Find Martha Kauppi online 

https://instituteforrelationalintimacy.com  

 

101 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Hot 

http://www.sexologypodcast.com/subscribe/ 

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

May 11, 2021

Welcome to episode 229 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome back Alicia & Erwan Davon to the podcast. In this episode Alicia & Erwan speak to me about how can we cultivate sexual spark in our long-term relationships, flirt in a long-term relationship and discovering your sexual energy. 

  

For over 25 years Erwan who was joined by Alicia in 2003 have been working successfully with singles and couples, teaching their signature process – the Davon Method to hundreds of students in groups, retreats, and individual sessions and helping them create the relationships of their dreams. 

  

Erwan and Alicia have a unique approach to relationship coaching that combines their educational backgrounds in psychology and aspects of Zen Buddhism to provide a holistic method to effectively improve connection with the self and others.  

  

Erwan studied psychology after a difficult childhood and an early introduction to therapeutic work. He went on to live and study in a Zen Monastery, direct a yoga ashram, and began teaching personal development at one of the world’s largest personal grown organizations. Erwan’s passion for helping and teaching people led him to found Erwan Davon Teachings in 1995, specifically to help people improve their relationships. 

  

Alicia Davon holds a Master’s degree in Integral Psychology with a focus on women’s romantic and sensual expression. She trained as a therapist before meeting Erwan and led numerous women’s groups devoted to female pleasure and life fulfilment from career to relationship. She met Erwan 15 years ago and started teaching with him soon after. 

  

Together, Erwan and Alicia developed The Pleasure Course, which has helped thousands achieve their ideal love lives. They provide a safe place to explore psychological inquiry, pleasure, and sexuality. 

  

They have spent years perfecting their curriculum and techniques and are excited to share their expertise with newcomers so they can help improve chemistry, connection, communication, and passion in others’ lives! 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How can we cultivate sexual spark in our long-term relationships? 
  • Learning to bring more sexual energy into your relationship  
  • How we can de-prioritize sex in our relationships  
  • Understanding the need to put aside time for sexual development  
  • How you can flirt in a long-term relationship  
  • Finding synergy between feminine and masculine energy  
  • Discovering your sexual energy  
  • Tapping into embodiment  
  • How you can learn to lean into pleasure  
  • The common mistakes couples make around these issues  
  • How you can read in-between the sexual lines of your partner 
 
 

 

The Pleasure Course

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-pleasure-course-unleash-your-relationship-potential-tickets-138473123841?aff=sexology

Find Alicia & Erwan Online 

https://erwandavon.com/consult  

 

Listen to episode 210 with Find Alicia & Erwan Online 

 

Giveaway 

We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/ 

 

Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 18th, 2021.   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio 

May 4, 2021

Welcome to episode 228 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome Leonor de Oliveira, MSc to the podcast. In this episode, Leonor de Oliveira speaks to me about the issue of sexual boredom, looking at hypersexuality and how infidelity can affect sexual boredom.  

 

Leonor de Oliveira, MSc in Psychology, is a Clinical Psychologist credited by the Portuguese Board of Psychologists and Sexual Therapist by the Portuguese Society of Clinical Sexology. Currently integrates Porto University’s Centre for Psychology as a researcher, and the Doctoral Program in Human Sexuality as a student. Her main research topic is sexual boredom and its relationships with individual, relationship, and systemic aspects. She runs the social media account on Instagram @prontoadespir, where she promotes evidence based sexual education and advocates for sexual rights. Outside of the sexuality field she has mainly worked in the context of crisis intervention and short-term therapy in EAP settings. 

 

* The literal translation of “Pronto a despir” is “ready to undress” - a word play with the French expression “Prêt-à-porter” that means “ready to wear”. This project started as a blog in 2014 and last year made its comeback on Instagram. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How did Leonor become interested in sexual boredom? 
  • The importance of love and connection  
  • Creating space for passion and sexual excitement 
  • How is sexual boredom defined? 
  • The need to show up to help overcome sexual boredom  
  • Looking at hyper sexuality  
  • Why novelty and stimulation may not be enough to improve sexual boredom 
  • The ways infidelity can affect sexual boredom  
  • Discussion around the movie “Unas” and it’s portrayal of these issues  
 

 

Find Leonor de Oliveira Online 

https://www.instagram.com/prontoadespir  

  

Free Masterclass 

In this Masterclass we will: 
 

  • Identify the main source of intimacy dissatisfaction in your relationship 

We will first discuss the most common causes of intimacy dissatisfaction in relationships and then explore the roots of these issues. 
 

  • Tackle your specific intimacy challenges 

We will guide and walk you through addressing identified problems and explore the most effective ways to improve connection with your partner. 

 

https://sexologypodcast.com/masterclass/ 

 

 

Giveaway 

We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/ 

 

Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 11th, 2021.   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Apr 27, 2021

Welcome to episode 227 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome back Dr. Ian Kerner to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Kerner talks to me about his new book; So Tell Me About the Last Time You Had Sex: Laying Bare and Learning to Repair Our Love Lives, overcoming psychological sexual rigidity, expanding into verbal foreplay and ways you can bring new sexual ideas to your partner. 

 

Ian Kerner, PhD, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and nationally recognized sexuality counselor who specializes in sex therapy, couples therapy and working with individuals on a range of relational issues. Ian is the New York Times best-selling author She Comes First (Harper Collins), which has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He regularly consults for articles in major publications such as The Atlantic and The Economist, and he also writes on the topic of sex for CNN Health.  

 

He is the co-director of the sex therapy program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, one of New York's oldest and most respected not-for-profit mental health training and treatment facilities. In addition to being a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), Ian is certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists and he is also a member of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR) and The American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). Ian was born and raised in New York City, where he maintains a private practice and lives with his wife and two sons, and their beloved dogs, Jitterbug and Oscar.  

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How many couples can’t remember when asked, when the last time they had sex was 
  • Can sexual chemistry be created if there’s never been much attraction? 
  • Looking at psychological sexual rigidity 
  • Learning to adapt and change your erotic template 
  • The need to have good foreplay to allow for better sex 
  • Expanding into verbal foreplay  
  • Not setting yourself unrealistic expectations  
  • How our busy lives effects our sexual well-being  
  • Ways you can bring new sexual ideas to your partner 
  • Understanding not to give up straight away and give things time 
  • Knowing these issues are common and something everyone struggles with  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Ian Kerner Online 

  

Free Masterclass 

 

In this Masterclass we will 

  • Define “Boredom” as it relates to your Intimate Life 

We will explain the latest research findings on boredom in the bedroom as, more often than not, it is not as simple as feeling tired of monotonous routine.

  • Identify the main source of intimacy dissatisfaction in your relationship 

We will first discuss the most common causes of intimacy dissatisfaction in relationships and then explore the roots of these issues.

  • Tackle your specific intimacy challenges 

We will guide and walk you through addressing identified problems and explore the most effective ways to improve connection with your partner. 

 

Giveaway 

We have 5 copies of Dr Kerner’s new book to giveaway! To enter the competition and win a copy, simply subscribe to Sexology Podcast, write a review on iTunes, Stitcher etc and send a screenshot of the review to - https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/ 

 

Winners will be announced on our email newsletter on May 11th, 2021.   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio

Apr 20, 2021

Welcome to episode 226 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome Dr. Nan Wise to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Nan talks to me about her book, Why Good Sex Matters, how you can learn to access your pleasure and analyzing the difference between sexual stimulation and satisfaction.  

 

Dr. Nan Wise is a certified sex therapist, certified relationship specialist, neuroscience researcher, and author of Why Good Sex Matters: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pleasure for a Smarter, Happier, and More Purpose-Filled Life. Driven by the desire to understand how the brain operates to create moods and behaviors, she returned to academia and completed her Ph.D. in 2014. Her dissertation work, Genital stimulation, imagery, and orgasm in women: an fMRI analysis, resulted in three published studies. Her research has addressed gaps in the scientific literature regarding the neural basis of human sexuality, and as a result, garnered international attention. 
 

Dr. Nan's clinical approach addresses how the brain/body/mind operates, highlighting the key role that our evolutionarily wired-in, core, embodied emotions play in our physical and mental well-being. Imbalances in these core emotional systems contribute to anxiety, depression, stress-related disorders, and sexual dysfunction--all of which can impair our ability to experience pleasures- in and out of the bedroom.  This inability to experience satisfying pleasures-- the state of "anhedonia"- - contributes to what she has called the pleasure crisis, evidenced by soaring epidemics of mood disorders, stress-related illnesses, and a widespread sexual recession.  As Dr. Nan teaches, the ability to experience healthy pleasures--those that feel good and are good for us-- is not a luxury, but a necessity for overall well-being.  
 

Dr. Nan has discussed the pleasure crisis on  The Today Show as well as contributed her expert opinion to outlets such as The BBC, National Geographic, The Atlantic, Time, Women’s Health, The Washington Post, HuffPost, Well + Good, Romper, Bustle, and has a regular column in Glamour, Ask Dr. Nan in which she addresses sexual health and relationship topics. She lives in West Orange, NJ. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Nan became interested in this field to write the book  
  • Analyzing Anhedonia - The inability to feel pleasure 
  • Learning to access your pleasure 
  • Why your brain is your ally when improving your sexual pleasure 
  • Looking at the difference between accessing pleasure and sexual pleasure 
  • Overcoming low desire 
  • Why some people are ambivalent towards pleasure 
  • Fulfilling your sexual potential  
  • The difference between stimulation and satisfaction  
 

 

Find Dr. Nan Wise Online 

https://askdoctornan.com  

  

Free Masterclass 

https://sexologypodcast.com/masterclass/ 

 

If you are interested in booking a video counselling session with Dr. Moali 

https://oasis2care.com/contact-nazanin-moali-psychologist   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Apr 13, 2021

Welcome to episode 225 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome Chris Germer, PhD to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Germer talks to me about self-compassion, the power of kindness and how you can learn to let go of your expectations. 

 

Chris Germer, PhD is a clinical psychologist and lecturer on psychiatry (part-time) at Harvard Medical School.  He co-developed the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program with Kristin Neff in 2010 and MSC has since been taught to over 150,000 people worldwide.  They co-authored two books on MSC, The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook and Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program. 

  

Chris spends most of his time lecturing and leading workshops around the world on mindfulness and self-compassion.  He is also the author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion; he co-edited two influential volumes on therapy, Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, and Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy; and he maintains a small private practice in Arlington, Massachusetts, USA. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • What is self-compassion 
  • How most people are compassionate to others than themselves 
  • How self-compassion is a skill anyone can learn  
  • The importance of asking yourself – What do I need? 
  • Looking at the shame spiral  
  • How self-compassion is the antidote to shame  
  • Why people who are self-compassionate experience better sexual satisfaction  
  • How you can break your cycle and become self-compassionate  
  • The power of kindness and how it empowers you  
  • Why quick fixes “3 Steps to fix your sex life etc” are not congruent with self-compassion  
  • Learning to let go of your expectations  
 
 

 

Find Chris Germer, PhD Online 

  

Free Checklist - 25 Ways to Increase Desire 

https://oasis2care.com/opt-in 

 

If you are interested in booking a video counselling session with Dr. Moali 

https://oasis2care.com/contact-nazanin-moali-psychologist   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio

Apr 6, 2021

Welcome to episode 224 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome Dr. Jordan Tishler to the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Tishler tells us how he became interested in working with cannabis for sex, the impact it has on sexual experiences and the best ways you can pursue using medical cannabis. 

 

Dr. Jordan Tishler is a Cannabis Specialist.  Through his training in Internal Medicine and years of practice as an Emergency Physician, Dr. Tishler brings his knowledge, reason, and caring to patients here at inhaleMD, and through his advocacy work at the local and national levels. 

  

Dr. Tishler graduated from both Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, trained at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and is faculty at both the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.  He has spent many years working with the underserved, particularly providing care for Veterans.  Having treated countless patients harmed by alcohol and drugs, his observation that he had never seen a cannabis overdose led Dr. Tishler to delve deeply into the science of cannabis safety and treatment. 

  

Dr. Tishler is a frequent speaker and author on a variety of topics related to the medical applications of cannabis. He is the President of the Association of Cannabis Specialists which aims to educate clinicians, lawmakers, and the industry about best practices and needed tools for proper patient care. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Tishler became interested in this line of work  
  • Can you be addicted to cannabis? 
  • How we can reap the benefits of cannabis in a safe way  
  • Is cannabis a gateway drug? 
  • The impact cannabis has on sexual experiences  
  • Looking at the different ways in can affect people  
  • Why orgasms shouldn’t be the only goal for good sex 
  • The difference between low libido and erectile dysfunction  
  • Do CBD oils work? 
  • The best ways you can pursue using medical cannabis  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Tishler Online 

 

Bedroom to Fizzle 

I’m thrilled to announce a wonderful opportunity for Sexology's listeners. Bedroom Fizzle to Sizzle is a new course for couples I have been developing. Through this four-week, online program you will learn the skills needed to sexually reconnect with your partner and establish a lasting and fulfilling sex life. And from now until April 10th we are offering a chance for our listeners to become Founding Members. 
 

Founding Membership includes: 

 

  • Early access to the course 
  • Private 20-minute one-on-one consultation with me, so we can tailor the course for your personal needs 
  • For a limited time, get the course at the discounted price of $97, normally $197.00 

 

This digital course will break the cycle of sexual avoidance and frustration for many couples. This is my passion and what wakes me up early every morning with my mind racing a million miles a minute. 

 

Become a founding member - https://sexology.samcart.com/products/e-course-founding-members 

  

If you are interested in booking a video counselling session with Dr. Moali 

https://oasis2care.com/contact-nazanin-moali-psychologist   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

Mar 30, 2021

Welcome to episode 223 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I'm delighted to welcome A.B. Kelleher to the podcast. In this episode, A.B. Kelleher speaks to me about his book Little Green Pills, how he became interested to write the book, learning to cultivate your imagination for better sex and analyzing why shame stops people from cultivating their sexual fantasies. 

 

A.B. Kelleher is the author of Little Green Pills - It all started in a clinical trial to help women with low libido. But when a black-market version of synthetic testosterone starts spreading like wildfire, the effects don't stop with amped-up love lives.  

 

As a sexual revolution that makes the 1960s look like Victorian England sweeps the US, and social roles radically shift, the government creates the Reproductive Health Administration (RHA) to suppress trafficking in Little Green Pills. As the newest iteration of the "War on Drugs" fails miserably, life for RHA Director Eric Veritan is about to get dangerously interesting. 

 

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How A.B Kelleher became interested in writing Little Green Pills 
  • The relationship between sex drive and testosterone  
  • How sex can make almost anything more interesting! 
  • Approaching erotica for the first time with Little Green Pills 
  • Learning to cultivate your imagination for better sex 
  • How you can best augment your fantasies  
  • Why some people feel ashamed for what turns them on  
  • Analyzing shame stories and what stops people from cultivating their sexual fantasies  
  • How medical treatments alongside therapy can work great to improve your sex-life 

 

OMGyes  

Thank you to our sponsor OMGyes! OMGyes.com is a website devoted to sexual pleasure for people with vulvas and their partners. OMGYES conducts and publishes the first-ever nationally representative large-scale studies about specific pleasure strategies, in partnership with Indiana University and Kinsey Institute researchers. 

  

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Find A.B Kelleher Online 

Little Green Pills on Amazon 

Book Giveaway – littlegreenpills@mail.com  

 

Find Dr. Moali online   

http://www.sexologypodcast.com 

 

Free Book - 25 Ways to Increase Desire 

https://oasis2care.com/opt-in 

 

Find me on social media 

https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast 

https://www.facebook.com/oasis2care   

  

If you are interested in booking a video counselling session with Dr. Moali 

https://oasis2care.com/contact-nazanin-moali-psychologist   

 

Podcast Produced by Pete Bailey http://petebailey.net/audio  

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