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The Love Drive

Author: Shaun Galanos

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The Love Drive podcast is spreading love through emotional intimacy. Learn playful and practical ways to cultivate love and build intimacy.
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The data is wrong. Forever we've been told that men are more sexually promiscuous and have a need to 'sow their oats' while women are more fulfilled in long-term monogamous relationships because they value love, stability, and emotional connection more than men. Wrong. The data suggests that women are more sexually adventurous, promiscuous, and cheat more than men but because that goes against the popular narrative, we've been dismissing it. Dr. Wednesday Martin is an author, cultural critic, feminist, and her new book is all about female sexuality and female infidelity and it's called Untrue: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity Is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free. We debunk some pretty big myths and explore why we've been thinking about women's sexuality all wrong. What you'll learn (or why you should care):• Why women struggle more maintaining sexual desire in long-term monogamous relationships than men• What to do when you no longer feel desirous of sex with your male partner• How come women are more sexually adventurous and cheat more than we think they doWhere to find Dr. Wednesday Martin:Website http://wednesdaymartin.com/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/wednesdaymartinphd/Mentioned on the podcast:Wednesday's book, Untrue https://amzn.to/2RizMsXChristopher Ryan and Cecilda Jetha's book, Sex at Dawn https://amzn.to/2KXissfLearn more about The Love DriveWebsite https://thelovedrive.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedriveBecome a Contributing LovebirdSupport The Love Drive here https://thelovedrive.com/join/
From clothing to flirting, from our fascination with youth and innocence to the orgasm gap, every aspect of women's lives is dictated by their status as sex objects, and it's a problem. Journalist, columnist, actress, and now author Lili Boisvert wrote a book on how women are set up to fail at sex, the problem with over-sexualizing women and under-sexualizing men, and how we can start to reverse this dangerous dynamic.What you'll learn (or why you should care):• The dangers of women having a passive role in courtship, sex, and life• Why the patriarchy insists that we do not sexualize men like we do women• How we can begin to change the dynamics at play for more bedroom and worldwide equalityWhere to find Lili Boisvert:Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lili.boisvertFacebook page for Les Brutes https://www.facebook.com/lesbrutestelequebecMentioned on the podcast:Lili's book, Screwed: How Women Are Set Up to Fail at Sex https://amzn.to/2F2ggfjDr. Ian Kener's book, She Comes First https://amzn.to/2Em8w7DThe movie, The Graduate https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061722/Learn more about The Love DriveWebsite https://thelovedrive.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedriveBecome a Contributing LovebirdSupport The Love Drive here https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Jealousy can be one of the most frustrating emotions that you'll face in your relationship. It can drive you to insanity. But what if you'd found a way to turn that jealousy upside down; what if you could derive pleasure out of situations that used to drive you mad? Blogger, researcher, and author Marie-Claude L'Archer wrote the book on compersion, a relatively new term in the polyamorous community that means just that. Compersion is the act of deriving pleasure from seeing your partner happy with another person. And guess what? It's not just for polyamorous folks. You can start accessing this emotion in your monogamous couple today, and we'll show you how. What you'll learn (or why you should care):• How to derive pleasure from seeing your partner happy with another person• How getting your needs met will make everything better for everyone• Dealing with insecurity in your relationship• Ways to get your needs met through various avenues lead to happier relationshipsWhere to find Marie Claude L'Archer:Website https://hypatiafromspace.com/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/blogpolyamour/Mentioned on the podcast:Marie Claude's book, Compersion: Polyamory Without Jealousy https://amzn.to/2KqAD9EMarianne Williamson's' book, A Return to Love https://amzn.to/2Em8w7DLearn more about The Love DriveWebsite https://thelovedrive.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedriveBecome a Contributing LovebirdSupport The Love Drive here https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Remember the story of my first sex party? There were two main characters in that story; the woman with the red fishnet dress, and the one with curly hair in the black dress.I thought it might be fun to interview the woman in the little black dress and get her side of the story. From meeting up in line at the bathroom, to the awkwardness around introducing me to her fiancé, she shares what was going through her mind that night.If you'd like some free love advice of your own, send me a message and tell me what you'd like support with: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/Or, visit me on Instagram for Free Love Advice Fridays: https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Relationships are hard, messy, and confusing, and they will never stabilize. Bummer, but there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Susan Piver is a meditation instructor, best-selling author and she shows us how to meet that instability with your partner and how to turn it into love. Susan took The Four Noble Truth, a Buddhist concept, and applied them to love and relationships. She's here to share how it made a large impact on her relationship and how you can start using these tools right away. What you'll learn (or why you should care):• The importance of cultivating inner kindness towards yourself and your partner• What to do when you realize that your relationship will never stabilize • How to create a safe and welcoming container for your partner• The Enneagram and how to use it to understand how your partner communicatesWhere to find Susan Piver:Website https://susanpiver.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/susan.piver/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/piversusan/Mentioned on the podcast:Susan Piver's book, The Four Noble Truths of Love https://amzn.to/2YGiGHESam Harris' book, Lying https://amzn.to/2VOKgWwMarianne Williamson's' book, A Return to Love https://amzn.to/2Em8w7DThe Wisdom of the Enneagram https://amzn.to/2YCKLjhThe Open Heart Project https://susanpiver.com/open-heart-project/Learn more about The Love DriveWebsite https://thelovedrive.com/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedriveBecome a Contributing LovebirdSupport The Love Drive here https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Welcome to Storytime, a new segment from The Love Drive. Today, the story of both my first and second sex parties: how terrified I was at both, why you should check your lube to make sure it's not hand sanitizer, and the importance of friends who can support you through new experiences. Enjoy; I sure did. If you'd like some free love advice of your own, send me a message and tell me what you'd like support with: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/Or, visit me on Instagram for Free Love Advice Fridays: https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Julia is in love with a much older man. They met when she was in her early twenties and they never expected it to last this long. Julia has dreamed of getting married since she was a little girl, and she's highly motivated to because of how successful her parent's marriage was. The only issue is, her partner refuses to get married. How can they navigate something that is a deal breaker for each other, while also desperately wanting to stay together?If you'd like some free love advice of your own, send me a message and tell me what you'd like support with: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/Or, visit me on Instagram for Free Love Advice Fridays: https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
This is part 2 of Making Space For Someone New. If you didn't listen to last weeks episode, I recommend you do to get the full story. On today's episode, Samantha and I discuss ways for her to meet new people, to expand her dating pool, and what would happen if she posted pictures of herself with her wheelchair on dating sites. And then, I check back in with Samantha, some three months later to get up to speed on her love life.If you'd like some free love advice of your own, send me a message and tell me what you'd like support with: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/Or, visit me on Instagram for Free Love Advice Fridays: https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Samantha is in love with a man who in many ways meets her needs. But in a few very fundamental ways, he does not. Samantha struggles with meeting new people, made more challenging by the fact that she has a visible disability. Her needing to use a wheelchair makes it harder for her to meet new people. Does she stay with a person who partially meets her needs, or jumps into the dating scene knowing that it's harder with folks with disabilities?If you'd like some free love advice of your own, send me a message and tell me what you'd like support with: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/Or, visit me on Instagram for Free Love Advice Fridays: https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
Erica met her then boyfriend at the age of 19 years old. She walked into Chemistry 101 and was immediately smitten by the tall, quiet, hunk of a man. She was also drawn to a very specific part of his anatomy that was quite hard to miss.Erica and I talk about her on again off again relationship with Eric (that's right. Meet Erica and Eric) and the particular way in which they slowly opened up their relationship to include other partners. Welcome to Real Love Stories, a new segment from The Love Drive Podcast. If you have a Real Love Story of your own, send me a message and tell me a little about it. I might pick it for my next recording: https://thelovedrive.com/contact/If you'd like to support The Love Drive and become a contributing lovebird, then I invite you to do so here: https://thelovedrive.com/join/
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