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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 31, 2019
 

Welcome to episode 157 of the Sexology Podcast! Today it’s my pleasure to welcome Xanet Pailet to the podcast. In this episode Xanet speaks to me about she overcame a sexless marriage, looking at the barriers of sexual shame and taking the power back over arousal.  

Xanet Pailet is the best-selling author of Living an Orgasmic Life. Xanet is a recovered NYC health care lawyer who lived in a sexless marriage for over two decades.  After experiencing her own sexual healing and awakening in 2011, she transitioned her career into a full-time sex and intimacy educator and coach.   

  

Xanet believes that pleasure is our birthright and she is passionate about helping women and men find their way back into their bodies, their desires, and their pleasure.  Xanet works with couples who are in sexless marriages and women who have experienced abuse and trauma. She helps them heal their wounds, release their shame, and reconnect with their sexuality.  

  

Xanet is a certified Somatica Sex and Intimacy Coach, Sexological Body Worker, Holistic Pelvic Care Practitioner, Tantra Educator and Somatic Experiencing Trauma practitioner. She is on the faculty of 1440 Multiversity, Ecstatic Living Institute and the Somatica Institute. 

 

In This Episode You Will Hear:  

 

  • How Xanet pursued overcame a sexless marriage  
  • The tremendous amount of shame that surrounds sex 
  • The way in which couples lose intimacy when they stop having sex  
  • How many people don’t see themselves as sexual beings  
  • The negative messages women receive throughout life about sex  
  • Overcoming the barriers of sexual shame  
  • How women are programmed to say no to sex  
  • Taking a look at the Madonna–whore dilemma  
  • How women get sexualised in a negative way  
  • Looking at the issue of verbal harassment  
  • Dealing with the issue of slut shaming  
  • Learning to take the power back over your own arousal  
 
 

 

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https://www.powerofpleasure.com  

 

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

Dec 24, 2019
 

Welcome to episode 156 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Dr. JoAnna Nguyen to the podcast. In this episode Dr. Nguyen speaks to me about labia surgery, why people have the surgery, how common it is and looking at the process of the surgery.  

 

Dr. JoAnna Nguyen is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon in Los Angeles, California, with expertise in all fields of plastic surgery, including aesthetic, reconstructive, pediatric, hand, and burn surgery.  She has a particular interest in aesthetic surgery of the eyes and face, breast surgery and labiaplasty. Dr. Nguyen is also passionate about skincare and has extensive experience with non-surgical treatments such as lasers, peels, and topical treatments.  

  

Dr. Nguyen was born and raised in beautiful Southern California. Spoiled by the perennial sunny weather in Huntington Beach, her curiosity for the seasons led her to the the East Coast, where she attended Boston University. There she graduated Summa Cum Laude with dual degrees in Psychology and Biology with a Specialization in Neuroscience. After volunteering with a non-profit organization that provides plastic surgery to children in need, Dr. Nguyen’s interest in plastic surgery was ignited.  

  

Having experienced her fair share of Boston weather, Dr. Nguyen was drawn to the sunshine of Miami where she received her Doctorate in Medicine (M.D) from the Univeristy of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She returned home to Southern California to complete a one year clinical research fellowship in reconstructive plastic surgery at the University of Southern California. During that year, she was the driving force behind 23 research projects, presented at numerous national meetings, and published over 11 manuscripts.  

  

She then went on to complete six years of formal plastic and reconstructive surgical training at the prestigious plastic and reconstructive surgery program at USC. During her training, Dr. Nguyen operated at premier hospitals on the west coast, including Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and USC Keck Medical Center. Dr. Nguyen lives with her husband and daughter in Los Angeles and in her free time, she enjoys exercising, cooking, listening to music, and traveling. 

 

In This Episode You Will Hear:  

 

  • Is there a medical guideline to how labia should look? 
  • How labia surgery is much more common now than in the past  
  • How can women realize the difference between a medical and aesthetic issue?  
  • Is this a common surgery in Los Angeles? 
  • Looking at the process of the surgery  
  • The risk involved with the surgery  
  • Looking at sexual health issues, are there side effects? 
  • The age range of people participating in this surgery  
  • Can you have this surgery after having a child?  
 
 

 

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Find Dr. Nguyen here 

https://www.joannanguyenmd.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/drjoannanguyen/ 

 

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Dec 17, 2019

Welcome to episode 155 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m excited to welcome Fiona O'Farrell to the podcast. In this episode Fiona speaks with me about paper dolls, how they can be used as a vehicle for self-pleasure and understanding you can still be sexual when not reproductive 

 

Fiona O'Farrell is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Sex Educator and AASECT Certified Sex Therapist. In her practice, she works with clients on issues relating to sexual identity, dismantling sex negative messages, and enhancing pleasure and intimacy.  

 

She is the coordinator of the Sexuality Therapy and Sex Education Certificate Programs at Antioch University in Seattle and teaches classes in human sexuality, sex therapy, and relationship therapy. Fiona is dedicated to expanding sex ed resources to be inclusive of body diversity and challenge binary thinking. 

 

In This Episode You Will Hear:  

 

  • How paper dolls allows for diversity  
  • Having many options available as an add-on 
  • Using paper dolls for sexual arousal 
  • Accessing good materials to process self-image 
  • Understanding you can still be sexual when not reproductive  
  • The reactions Fiona sees from participants? 
  • How you can use paper dolls as a vehicle for self-pleasure 
 

 

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Find Fiona here 

www.adaptivecounselingseattle.com 

fiona@adaptivecounselingseattle.com 

 

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

Dec 10, 2019

Welcome to episode 154 of the Sexology Podcast! Today I’m delighted to welcome Amy C. Moors, Ph.D to the podcast. In this episode, Amy speaks with me about consensual non-monogamy, looking at the quality of attachmentand recommendations for how to deal with minority stress.  

 

Amy C. Moors, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Chapman University and a Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University. She also serves as the co-chair of the American Psychological Association’s Division 44 Consensual Non-Monogamy Task Force. Prior to joining Chapman, she was the Director of the Social Science Research and Evaluation Program in the College of Engineering at Purdue University. She is an interdisciplinary researcher with backgrounds in psychology and women’s studies (Ph.D., University of Michigan), higher education (postdoctoral fellow, National Center for Institutional Diversity) and social science evaluation (researcher, University of Michigan's ADVANCE Program). 

  

Dr. Moors’s research interests lie at the intersection of gender, sexuality, interpersonal relationships, and inclusion. In one area of research she focuses on diverse expressions of sexuality, including same-sex/gender relationships and consensually non-monogamous relationships. In another line of research, she focuses on ways to promote inclusion in higher education. She has published more than 40 articles and has received several grants to fund her work. Recently, Dr. Moors was recognized as a “Rising Star” by the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. 

 

In This Episode You Will Hear:  

 

  • How Dr. Amy became interested in this line of research  
  • What is consensual non-monogamy?  
  • What the research says about the benefits of consensual non-monogamy 
  • The pressures we face to be the best at everything in life from lover to parent  
  • Expanding your tribe whilst being more sexually fulfilled  
  • Looking at the quality of attachment  
  • How the going assumption has been that monogamy is superior 
  • Dealing with the stigma surrounding this issue  
  • Recommendations to deal with minority stress  
 

 

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Find Amy here:  

https://www.div44cnm.org/ 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=-e6ulXEAAAAJ&hl=en 

 

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

Dec 3, 2019

Welcome to episode 153 of the Sexology Podcast! Today it is my pleasure to welcome Dr. Alison Ash to the podcast. In this episode she speaks with me about the art and science of seduction, differentiating between friendliness and flirting, and how anyone can develop seduction skills. 

 

Dr. Alison Ash is a sex and intimacy coach and educator, lecturer at Stanford University, author, and founder of TurnON.love. As a sociologist with a PhD from Stanford, Aly has a comprehensive understanding of the complex societal challenges that often lead to unsatisfying and disempowering sexual experiences.  

 

Aly designs workshops and retreats and offers individuals and couples coaching to give others the tools to discover their desires and confidently pursue them.  

 

In This Episode You Will Hear:  

 

  • How Alison began working in sex education  
  • Differentiating between friendliness and flirting  
  • Mistakes people often make when flirting  
  • Learning to seduce yourself  
  • Looking at sleaze free seductions  
  • The importance of safety + turn on  
  • Understanding the founding principles of seduction 
  • Balancing out escalation and de-escalation  
  • Learning about the three-part invitation  
  • How anyone can develop seduction skills  
  • Recommendations if you want to go down this path 
 
 

 

101 Ways To Keep Your Relationship Hot 

 

Find Alison here 

www.TurnON.love 

www.TurnON.love/freegift  

 

Find me on social media:  

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

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