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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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Dec 7, 2021

Welcome to episode 259 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Jamila M. Dawson, LMFT and August McLaughlin to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss triggers and how are they defined, looking at the relationship between sex and trauma and understanding the importance of practicing self-compassion.

 

Jamila M. Dawson, LMFT is the co-author of the innovative book: With Pleasure: Managing Trauma Triggers for More Vibrant Sex and Relationships. A licensed therapist with an expertise in sexuality, trauma, and relationships, Jamila has been a sex educator since 2005 and has practiced psychotherapy since 2015. She is the founder and owner of the psychotherapy practice Fire & Flow Therapy. She has collaborated with Buzzfeed, MEL, Playboy, Harper’s BAZAAR and other media outlets and has appeared on numerous podcasts, including Girlboner and Sex with Dr. Jess. Jamila uses her Instagram & Facebook accounts to share practices, tools, and reflections on sexuality, relationships, and mental health. She divides her time between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

 

August McLaughlin is a nationally recognized journalist and host and producer of the podcast, Girl Boner Radio, a true story-driven podcast where she explores sexual empowerment, relationships and pleasure. Her articles have been featured by Cosmopolitan, the Washington Post, Salon and more. Her 2018 release, Girl Boner, was featured in the New York Times and called “equally fun, risqué, and informative” by Publishers Weekly. She has presented at colleges, recovery centers, and the CDC headquarters, attended the 2016 United State of Women summit as a nominated changemaker and gave a TEDx talk on her experience overcoming an eating disorder she was diagnosed with while working abroad in the fashion industry.

 

In this episode, you will hear:

 

  • What are triggers and how are they defined?
  • How Jamila and August and became interested in this line of work
  • Looking at the relationship between sex and trauma
  • Understanding that issues around trauma are common
  • Looking at how fight, flight and fawning works with trauma
  • What is fawning and how is it related to trauma?
  • The importance of practicing self-compassion
  • Analyzing pleasure traps
  • Understanding that you deserve to have pleasure
  • Finding peace in alternative sexual behaviors

Find Jamila M. Dawson Online

https://jamiladawson.com

 

Find August McLaughlin Online

https://augustmclaughlin.com

 

Sex Quiz for Women
https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz

 

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

Nov 30, 2021

Welcome to episode 258 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Robyn Goldberg to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the relationship between food and sexuality, looking at food addiction and the issues it can cause and why Robyn decided to write her new book, The Eating Disorder Trap. 

 

Robyn Goldberg is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified eating disorder registered dietitian supervisor, certified intuitive eating counselor and a Health at Every Size® (HAES) clinician. Robyn has spent years learning from some of the best in the industry and continues to seek professional mentoring, attends innovative conferences and stays abreast with the most current literature. 

  

Robyn began her career at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles as the in-patient dietitian in the Department of Cardiology. For the last 23 years, Robyn Goldberg has had a private practice in Beverly Hills, CA, where she specializes in medical conditions, eating disorders, disordered eating, dual diagnosis, pre-pregnancy nutrition and women seeking fertility treatment. 

  

Robyn consistently educates professionals, students, and RDNs about how to best incorporate intuitive eating and Health at Every Size® approaches into their work and lives. She teaches nutrition classes on a wide array of topics for the Motion Picture Industry’s Wellness Program. 

  

Actively involved in the nutrition and body positive community, Robyn is also a member of organizations including: Association of Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), Academy of Eating Disorders (AED), International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp) and the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians (IFEDD). She also serves as a Nutrition Consultant for the Celiac Disease Foundation. Robyn also leads several body image and eating disorder groups in sober living settings in the Los Angeles Area. 

  

Robyn is a nationally renowned contributing author registered dietitian nutritionist. She has been quoted as an expert in various publications including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Diabetes Forecast, Shape Magazine, Fitness, Oxygen, Life & Style, Natural Solutions, Beverly Hills Weekly and Today’s Dietitian. In addition, Robyn has also served as an eating disorder specialist on the nationally televised show “The Insider” and an expert on The Associated Press (AP). 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How is our relationship between food and sexuality related?  
  • Why it’s important to look at the relationship between food and sexuality 
  • How our hormones can change if we restrict them for a long time  
  • Looking at food addiction and the issues it can cause  
  • Who is at risk of developing an eating disorder?  
  • What to do if you don’t like your body  
  • Connecting with your partner on this issue to improve your sex life 
  • Looking at how Robyn works with people to feel better within their own bodies  
  • How dieting can have a negative impact on eating disorders  
  • Why Robyn decided to write her book, The Eating Disorder Trap
     
 
 

Find Robyn Goldberg Online 

 

Sex Quiz for Women  
https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz  

 

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

Nov 23, 2021

Welcome to episode 257 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Lucie Fielding, MA (she/they) to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss Lucie's new book: Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments, looking at erotic privilege and genital curiosity and how we can cultivate erotic embodiment. 

 

Lucie Fielding, MA (she/they) is a white, queer, non-binary femme, and a Resident in Counseling, practicing in Charlottesville, VA. She received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute (2018). Lucie also holds a PhD in French from Northwestern University (2008), where she specialized in eighteenth-century literature, histories of sexualities, and erotic literature.  

 

Her background in literature and history attunes her to the many ways that image, metaphor, and cultural scripts shape and inform the narratives we carry with us as we move through the world as well as how these narratives inscribe themselves on our bodies. She is the author of Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments (Routledge, May 2021).  

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Lucie became inspired to write: Trans Sex: Clinical Approaches to Trans Sexualities and Erotic Embodiments 
  • Looking at the politics of desirability  
  • The benefits of trans for trans dating  
  • How biases that exist in society effect who we see as desirable  
  • Looking at erotic privilege and genital curiosity  
  • How we can cultivate erotic embodiment  
  • Overcoming the unrealistic expectation that trans people should disclose upfront 
  • How the frameworks in Lucie’s book can also apply to cis people 
     
 

 

Find Lucie Fielding Online 

https://luciefielding.com  

 

Sex Quiz for Women  
https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz  

 

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

Nov 16, 2021

Welcome to episode 256 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Mimi Hoang (she/her) to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the common misconceptions around bisexual people, the pressures bisexual people face when getting into a same-sex relationship and looking at the ways in which Dr. Mimi has helped uplift the bisexual community. 

 

Dr. Mimi Hoang (she/her) is an internationally-recognized psychologist, educator, author, and grassroots activist specializing in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQ+) and Asian Pacific Islander (API) communities. Since the 1990s, she has co-founded three organizations in Los Angeles for bisexual, pansexual, fluid, and other nonmonosexual (AKA "bi+") individuals, authored multiple publications, and earned a seat at the landmark 2013 White House Bisexual Community Roundtable.  

  

Dr. Mimi's steadfast leadership has earned her multiple awards, a feature in Jan Dee Gordon's LGBTQ of Steel photography book, and being named “One of the Most Significant Women in the Bisexual Movement.” She currently works as a Staff Psychologist at Loyola Marymount University (LMU), Clinical Supervisor of the LGBTQIA+ Affirmative Therapy Center at Airport Marina Counseling Services, and is the creator of the "Bi on Life" self-empowerment series and Bi+ Women's Space, a virtual support group for bi+ women in Los Angeles. 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Dr. Mimi became interested in this line of work  
  • The ways in which Dr. Mimi has helped uplift the bi community  
  • Overcoming the mental health challenges around coming out as bi-sexual  
  • How many people try to invalidate bisexuality as a pathway to becoming gay or lesbian  
  • How the percentage of people in the US identifying as LGBTQ+ has doubled since 2012 
  • Looking at the common misconceptions around bisexual people  
  • Why it’s important to understand that bisexuality is not experimentation 
  • The pressures bisexual people face when getting into a same sex relationship 
  • Recommendations for communities and support groups for bisexual people  

 

Find Dr. Mimi Hoang Online 

https://www.drmimihoang.com  

 

Sex Quiz for Women

https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz/

 

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

Nov 9, 2021

Welcome to episode 255 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Zachary Zane to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss Zachary’s journey of coming out as bi-sexual, the differences between bisexuality and pansexuality and recommendations on where to start dating if you’re just starting to experiment with bisexuality. 

 

Zachary Zane is a Brooklyn-based columnist, speaker, activist, and sex expert whose work focuses on sexuality, lifestyle, and culture. 

  

He has a weekly sex advice column at Men’s Health titled “Sexplain It,” where he answers a diverse range of questions pertaining to masculinity, ethical non-monogamy, sexual insecurities, and the LGBTQ community. He answers questions with actionable advice that isn't just "communicate with your partner," because let’s be real, we all know that already. 

  

He also has a monthly column at Queer Majority called “Zach and the City,” which explores romance and sexuality through Zane’s fabulous life. Set against the backdrop of New York City, Zane uses his personal experiences as a young and adventurous queer socialite to unpack the current state of cosmopolitan sex, love, and dating.  

  

He currently writes for The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, and Prevention. He was formerly a digital associate editor at OUT Magazine and a contributing editor at Pride.com, Plus Magazine, and The Advocate Magazine. He's been featured in numerous other publications as well, including Playboy, NBC, SELF, Allure, Dazed, AskMen, Slate, Into, Them, Cosmopolitan, Hornet, NewNowNext, LGBTQ Nation, MerryJane, and Bustle. 

  

As a leading bisexual activist, Zane has spoken across the country at universities and panels alike, discussing issues pertaining to the bisexual community, sex-positivity, and ethical non-monogamy. He previously had a biweekly column at Bisexual.org that ran for 18 months.  

  

He attended the "Bisexual White House Briefing" at the White House (under Obama), and has been featured as an expert on a number of podcasts including Dan Savage's "Savage Lovecast." 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking at Zachary’s journey of coming out as bi-sexual  
  • Understanding that being bi-sexual is not just a steppingstone to being gay 
  • How many straight people experiment with bisexuality but are ashamed to talk about it  
  • The misconceptions that exist around bisexual men  
  • How the gay community isn’t always welcoming to bisexual men  
  • Looking at the differences between bisexuality and pansexuality 
  • The ways in which coming out as bisexual can affect a person's self-image 
  • Recommendations on where to start dating if you’re just starting to experiment with bisexuality  
  • The role that monogamy and non-monogamy plays in bisexual relationships  
  • Looking at the development of the bisexual community in cities like New York and Los Angeles   
 
 

 

Find Zachary Zane Online 

http://zacharyzane.com  

 

25 Ways To Increase Your Desire 

https://oasis2care.com/opt-in/  

 

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

Nov 2, 2021

Welcome to episode 254 of the Sexology Podcast! Today is a solo episode where Dr. Nazanin Moali discusses ways in which men can rev up their sex drive, how sexual desire differs between different genders and ways in which you can address and overcome issues of when your partner starts to drift from you sexually. 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • The challenges men face with low libido  
  • Looking at the misconceptions that men always being ready and wanting sex  
  • What is sexual desire?  
  • How sexual desire differs between different genders 
  • Looking at hyperactive sexual desire disorder 
  • The biological factors that can affect men’s sexual desire  
  • Ways in which eating disorders can affect sexual desire 
  • Overcoming issues of when your partner starts to drift from you sexually  
  • How to best communicate with your partner when you lose the sexual spark  
  • The ways in which becoming a parent can affect libido  
  • Looking at medications that can lead to low libido through side effects  
  • The relationship of inter-personal factors and how the quality of your relationship relates to the quality of your sex  

 

Find Dr. Nazanin Moali Online 

https://sexologypodcast.com  

 

25 Ways To Increase Desire 

https://oasis2care.com/opt-in/  

 

Checklist 

https://oasis2care.clientsecure.me/  

 

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

Oct 26, 2021

Welcome to episode 253 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Brandye Wilson-Manigat, MD to the podcast. In this episode, we talk about the physiological causes of low desire, ways you can support your partner if they suffer from low libido and challenging the myth that your sex drive will decrease as you get older. 

 

Dr. Brandye Wilson-Manigat, MD, aka "Dr. Brandye" is touted by patients and peers alike as one of the best OB/GYN physicians and surgeons. She has been published in respected medical journals and is frequently called upon by local and national TV, print, radio, and online media to give a fresh perspective and new information on women’s health trends. 

  

Dr. Brandye is a practicing physician and founder of Brio Virtual Gynecology - a reproductive wellness company focused on helping women to maintain their reproductive health, through workshops, telemedicine consultations, and second-opinion visits.  Dr. Brandye is the chief medical advisor of DrBrandyeMD.com, where she helps women embrace their feminine essence, so they feel good both inside and outside of the bedroom.  She is seen as the leading expert in women’s vitality and libido health. 

  

Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, CA, Dr. Brandye earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Riverside, her Doctorate of Medicine degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA/Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, and completed her residency training at Rochester General Hospital in Rochester, NY.  She is currently practicing in Pasadena, CA 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • What are the physiological causes of low desire?  
  • Looking at available FDA approved medication for women suffering from low libido 
  • Analyzing the “Pink Pill” and its effectiveness 
  • Understanding the importance of good sleep and general well-being for increased libido  
  • Learning how to best communicate these issues to your partner  
  • Ways you can support your partner if they suffer from low libido  
  • Knowing when to and not to try and instigate sex with your partner  
  • Challenging the myth that your sex drive will decrease as you get older  
  • Why great sex is for people of all ages not just younger people  
  • How women who have great sex, can become more successful in their careers  
  • Looking at Dr. Brandye’s coaching and what she offers  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Brandye Online 

https://drbrandyemd.com  

 

Free Book - How to Increase Your Libido - For Women 

https://oasis2care.com/how-to-increase-your-libido/  

 

Survey 

https://help373205.typeform.com/to/VipD8dnP  

 

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

Oct 19, 2021

Welcome to episode 252 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Lindsey Brooks to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss Lindsey's journey into sexual empowerment, the importance of giving women space to explore their bodies and looking at masturbation in a new light.   

 

Dr. Lindsey Brooks is a sex therapist turned sex educator. She has her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, is a certified sex therapist, and has been providing therapy since 2005.  

 

She is thrilled to now be bringing her knowledge beyond the therapy room with Sexual Empowerment School where she teaches women how to build their sexual self-knowledge, develop pleasure-positive mindsets, and learn sexual communication skills through her on-line workshops and resources. 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Lindsey started her journey into sexual empowerment  
  • Looking at the things Lindsey wished women knew more about when it comes to sex 
  • How many women are ambivalent to sexual pleasure  
  • The importance of giving women space to explore their bodies  
  • Looking at masturbation in a new light and why it’s not something to be ashamed of 
  • How masturbation can be a great tool to explore your sexual pleasure  
  • Why masturbation isn’t inferior to sex  
  • Challenging the myth that women should orgasm through penetration  
  • What counts as a “normal” libido or sexual desire  
  • The importance of framing conversations correctly to best communicate with your partner 
  • Ways you can avoid getting into a nagging cycle or arguments with your partner  
  • How you can plant your own seeds in the garden of desire  
 
 

 

Find Dr. Lindsey Brooks Online 

 

Sex Quiz 

https://oasis2care.com/sexquiz  

 

Survey 

https://help373205.typeform.com/to/VipD8dnP  

 

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

Oct 12, 2021
 

Welcome to episode 251 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Stephanie Estima to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss how Stephanie shifted her life balance to a better place, the ways in which our diet and sexual health are connected and recommendations to help correct some mistakes you may not realize you’re making. 

 

Stephanie is a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic with a special interest in metabolism, body composition, hormones, and functional neurology. She’s the host of an award-winning podcast, and author of an international best-selling book.  She’s also the founder of a membership program that discusses nutrition, fasting, exercise, hormones, and the female psyche.   

 

Stephanie is currently building out a certification program for doctors and healthcare providers outlining cell metabolism, exercise physiology, brain aging, and best clinical practices for female patients.   

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Stephanie shifted her life balance to a better place 
  • The ways in which our diet and sexual health are connected  
  • Why women are inherently sexual beings  
  • Overcoming binge eating  
  • The importance of getting proteins into our body for a good diet  
  • How our sleep and sex life is connected  
  • Recommendations to help correct some mistakes you may not realize you’re making  
 

Find Dr Stephanie Estima Online 

 

Survey 

https://help373205.typeform.com/to/VipD8dnP  

 

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

Oct 5, 2021

Welcome to episode 250 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to have a variety of guests on the show who share their tips on the best practices for effective sexual communication. In this episode you will hear from Guy Blaise, Diane Gleim, Tara Galeano, Maci Daye, Ari Tuckman, Kristopher Lovestone and Martha Kauppi.  

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How effective communication with your partner can lead to great sex 
  • Understanding how to bridge a conversation about certain areas such as anal sex, threesomes etc  
  • Capitalizing on joy and happiness in a relationship for better sex 
  • Learning how to ask your partner what it is they desire  
  • How mindfulness can also help improve your communication and sex life  
  • Ways in which you can be authentic with your partner on exploring new sexual areas 
  • The importance of knowing what it is you want from your partner  
  • How you can bridge the gap with your partner when things are getting in the way of great sex  

 

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Guest Resources 

 

Guy Blaise 

https://www.thefrenchperspective.com  

 

Diane Gleim, LMFT, CST, CST-S 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/underneath-the-sheets/202109/sexual-desire-discrepancies-how-communicate  

 

Tara Galeano 

https://rediscoveringmybody.com  

 

Maci Daye, LPC, CHT, CST 

https://www.passionandpresence.com/mini-retreat/

 

Ari Tuckman PsyD, MBA 

https://adultadhdbook.com  

 

Kristopher Lovestone 

http://consciouscock.com/book  

 

Martha Kauppi, LMFT 

https://instituteforrelationalintimacy.com/handling-sexual-challenges-like-a-rockstar/  

 

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

Sep 28, 2021

Welcome to episode 249 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Christine DeLozier, L.Ac. to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss the relationship between diet and sexual health, the best foods to help improve sexual health and recommendations on how to improve your diet.   

 

First and foremost, Christine DeLozier, L.Ac., is a lover of science, of nature and of food. As an acupuncturist and herbalist in private practice, she specializes in sexual health, treating males, females, and all orientations and identities. Acupuncture is great for sexual function, but to address the underlying mechanics of consistently great sex, the key is diet. For this reason, she works with patients to develop dietary habits that support their sexual goals. 

  

Christine attended the University of Rochester, studying Biology and Psychology. As a young single mom, she worked as a waitress and studied full-time. She started in a program which trains students to be research scientists, but ultimately decided against a career in research. The experience, though, gave her an appreciation for the scientific method, which is employed throughout this book. She has exhaustively reviewed epidemiological and clinical research on nutrition and sexual function to shape the advice presented here. 

  

Christine holds Master’s degrees in Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Counseling. During her education, she studied Chinese dietary therapy, and earned a certification as a Holistic Nutritional Counselor. 

  

Early in her practice, she treated numerous men for erectile issues with acupuncture, who ended up having significant improvements in sexual satisfaction. After seeing how meaningful this improvement was to their lives, she specialized in sexual health, expanding her practice to all who seek it. She wanted to do more to help them connect with their partners and bring joy to their relationships. Since then she has treated adults looking to have great sex of all orientations. 

  

Always rather obsessed with diet, nutrition, and natural health, Christine’s philosophy is rooted in an evidence-based understanding of the physiological effect of food on the body, while honoring the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine. She treats every patient holistically, as an individual and wishes to use her unique skill set to help others in a kind, loving way. 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • How Christine became involved in this line of work  
  • Understanding our relationship between diet and sexual health  
  • What are some of the best foods to help improve sexual health? 
  • When do we know we’re on the right track with our diet? 
  • Looking at some of the foods athletes eat to keep healthy and how this can be used to improve sexual health  
  • Is there a big difference between the right diet for men and women? 
  • Do foods like oysters really improve sexual health? 
  • Looking at what spices we can integrate into our diet 
  • Recommendations to improve one habit from your diet to improve sexual health  

 

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

https://www.betterhelp.com/sexologypodcast  

 

Find Christine DeLozier Online 

https://christinedelozier.com/ 

 

Masterclass 

https://sexologypodcast.com/sexologymasterclass/  

 

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

Sep 21, 2021

Welcome to episode 248 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I am delighted to welcome Dr. Heather Bartos to the podcast. In this episode, we discuss orgasms and our relationship with them, off-shoot health benefits of orgasms and tips for women who have never experienced an orgasm. 

 

Dr. Heather Bartos is a board-certified OB-GYN, author, speaker, mom and everyday gal, Dr. Heather Bartos is a leading voice in the field of women’s health, and particularly women’s sexual health. She is also a US Navy Veteran, former Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and is currently medical director of her “village for women’s health,” Be.  

 

Women’s Health & Wellness outside Dallas, Texas.  Featured in publications from Glamour and Huffington Post to Reader’s Digest, Women’s Health and ABC News, Dr. Bartos loves talking all things women and sex on her podcast, The ME Spot. 

  

In this episode, you will hear: 

  

  • Looking at orgasms and our relationship with them  
  • How many people skip through foreplay when trying to achieve an orgasm  
  • The importance of allowing your body the time to loosen up for an orgasm  
  • What happens in our brains when we experience an orgasm? 
  • Looking at the other off-shoot health benefits of orgasms 
  • The changes female bodies experience when going through menopause  
  • How your diet is important to experiencing great orgasms  
  • Looking at PRP treatments  
  • Tips for women who have never experienced an orgasm  
  • How our biggest sex organ is our brain 

 

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

https://www.betterhlep.com/sexologypodcast  

 

 

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Find Dr. Heather Bartos Online 

 

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

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 

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