A throbbing in my nether regions – Michelle

Michelle was attracted to males early in life, but those feelings cooled and she came out as a lesbian. Her wife of 17 years is the love of her life, but their physical relationship has always been difficult. Recently Michelle met a man who brought her sexual feelings roaring back to life, causing her to question her sexuality.

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The funny one, not the pretty one – Erin

Erin is a queer woman who deals with OCD, has tattoos that help her love her body, and has always seen herself as the “funny one” not the “pretty one.” This is a really fun conversation that you don’t want to miss!

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Sex is like Domino’s Pizza – Margot

Margot is in a relationship with a man who lives in another country. While they find ample time to spend together, they’ve decided to keep their relationship open. This allows Margot to not only have companionship between their visits, she also can have sexual relations with women.

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I saw myself through the male gaze – Diana

Diana had a traumatic birth with her older son, which led to a disconnection from her body and her pleasure. She was able to have a vaginal birth with her younger child, which helped reconnect her with her body and sexuality.

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There’s something to be said for having tits – Davina

Davina is Jewish, queer, and transgender. Consider this your opportunity to listen in on the questions you WISH you could ask but know you shouldn’t – having sex as a trans person and how it works; the current state of her genitals and how she likes them to be interacted with; and much more!

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I feel like my belly’s too big – Jane

Jane went to Catholic School while she was growing up in Scotland, and in her family she learned that certain topics should never be discussed – including sex. Major themes in this episode include difficulty in communicating about sex, body image and sex, and exploring BDSM.

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When we started to explore kink – Betsy

Betsy had sex for the first time at age 27, and after a brief period of one-night-stands, married a man whose sexual desires were significantly different than hers. She says her naturally high libido was “beat right out of me.” Today, divorced and reclaiming her sexuality, Betsy is with a new partner and exploring her long-suppressed interest in BDSM.

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Exploring queer sex – Jessi Kneeland

Jessi Kneeland gets up-close and VERY personal about her recent explorations into sex with women. This is Jessi’s second appearance on the show and she is the body image coach who has supported me through my own sexual exploration over the past few years.

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Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 of Good Girls Talk About Sex is almost here! It begins Thursday, May 30! Make sure you’ve subscribed in your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss a…

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Between-the-seasons: Minisode with Reema Zaman

Reema Zaman is a 35-year-old, cis-gender woman who describes herself as Bangladeshi, heterosexual, monogamous, and single. She released the book “I Am Yours” in February 2019. It is the story of reclaiming her voice after years of trauma and abuse.

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Season One finale – The Quick Five extravaganza!

Each regular episode ends with a rapid fire Q&A, “The Quick Five.” But I ask more questions than I broadcast, so this special episode is a compilation of those answers. I hope what you’ll take away from this is that however you do YOU and YOUR BODY is exactly perfect for YOU. Plus, at the end, I share my takeaways from season one of Good Girls Talk About Sex!

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Sex workers are selling a fantasy – Kate

The first thing I noticed about Kate was that, even though I had just seen her dancing naked on a pole, she was one of the most articulate and intelligent women I’d met in a long time. She forced me to come face-to-face with my own judgments about sex workers.

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BONUS – The STARS method

In this special bonus episode, Dr. Evelin Dacker explains the STARS method she created. It’s an easy to remember acronym that will help you begin conversations leading to great, consensual sex.

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Most people don’t assume I’m gay – Jenna

Jenna knew from an early age that she was attracted to women, and jokes that she “experimented with boys” when she was in her early 20s. The sex life she shares with her fiancée is helping Jenna to sort through and release some of the sexual trauma she experienced earlier in her life

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Because I was a good girl – Terri

Terri was born in Pakistan and for the first ten years of her life, she lived in a culture where physical affection was not seen and it was assumed she would have an arranged marriage.

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He said we could never tell anybody – Meagan

Meagan talks frankly about her childhood explorations of sexuality, how she felt culpable for the things that happened to her as a teenager because she looked older than she was, and why she has taken time off from dating and sex as an adult.

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My boobs aren’t an erogenous zone – Liz

When it came to exploring her sexuality, Liz took her time – while all her friends were gossiping about their boyfriends and hookups as teenagers, Liz knew she wasn’t ready to lose control. As a single woman, she now has sex occasionally while she waits to find love.

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