In the episode, Carlene talks to a somatic sex and intimacy coach! To find Jess, go here! belovedcoaching.net To learn about attachment theory: https://www.simplypsychology.org/attachment.html Four styles of adult attachment https://www.psychologytoday.com/tests/relationships/relationship-attachment-style-test To learn about eye-gazing: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/02/24/the-powerful-practice-of-eye-gazing/
Carlene talks to David about becoming sexual at an early age, frexting, and conditioning the brain. Content note: Ableist language and discussion of incest Article I reference: https://everydayfeminism.com/2016/11/indispensability-vs-disposability-culture/
In this episode, Amanda and Carlene discuss sex and nature, enjoying impermanent sexual relationships, and how the uterus plays a central role in arousal (who knew?!) Sex Nerd Sandra interview with Pamela Madsen: https://nerdist.com/sex-nerd-sandra-157-applied-arousal-with-pamela-madsen-plus-jason-porath/ Eco Sex Convergence: https://ecosexconvergence.org/ My workshops: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/workshops/
In the third installment of Interlude, Carlene gives you all more background on the book The Erotic Mind. I explain the Four Cornerstones of Eroticism, what the hell a Core Erotic Theme is, and why feelings make sex matter. To take your own Sexual Excitement Survey: http://kkriesel.blogspot.com/2011/10/sexual-excitement-survey.html My resources page: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/resources/
Carlene and Ashley talk about stoic parenting, accepting less than you deserve for the sake of self-preservation, and the impermanence of love. Content Note: Discussion of stealthing and sexual assault
Carlene and Ann talk about having about a mom who was the neighborhood sexpert, ways to accept your aging body, and sexual communication. Pain and Pleasure study: http://ns.umich.edu/new/releases/1003-pleasure-and-pain-study-shows-brains-q-pleasure-chemicalq-is-involved-in-response-to My workshops: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/workshops/ My play party blog post: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/coming-home-on-new-years/
Brian and Carlene discuss objectification of bodies, our feelings about rape fantasies, and male multiple orgasms. Content Note: Discussion of sexual assault and rape fantasies To find Brian: https: //www.bgsurrogatetherapy.com/ To sign up for my workshops: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/workshops/
I get really nerdy about sex therapy, the history of the construction of whiteness in America, and how all of this affects people of color as they navigate a white supremacist world. Source for imprinting fear in human DNA: Science Is Proving Some Memories Are Passed Down From Our Ancestors Workshops Workshops
Today is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Educate yourself! All of the corresponding links: www.december17.org/ http://www.new.swopusa.org/ https://esplerp.org/ http://www.nswp.org/members/red-umbrella-project http://www.december17.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/SWOP-Dec17-StatsLarge-01.png http://www.copwatch.org/ http://criticalresistance.org/chapters/cr-portland/ http://www.december17.org/songs-poetry-texts/poems/no-shrinking-viole
Carlene and Frankie talk body acceptance, the search for power in sex and how to do it ethically, and the effect that children can have on a sex life Content Note: In this episode introduction, I issue a redaction for a previous episode and discuss my own destructive thought and behavior patterns.
In this episode, Carlene talks with Nikki about late night scrambled porn, making your fantasies a reality, and why mutual masturbation is the shit. To find where Nikki is performing, click here! https://www.instagram.com/nikkilev78/
First “Interlude” podcast in which I discuss the portrayal of Surrogate Partner Therapy through the lens of mainstream media, using a recent news story. To read Emiko Yoshikami’s essay “This is Life… One Year Later” (a reflection on her clients and the question of sex work), click here: https://thesexualphilosopher.com/thisislife/
In this episode, Carlene speaks with her domestic partner, John, about his Wyoming upbringing, the cognitive dissonance of believing in both science and religion, and navigating the challenges of being socially-conscious while dating.