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F*ck Like a Woman - A Pleasure-filled Podcast for Curious Lovers

F*ck Like a Woman - A Pleasure-filled Podcast for Curious Lovers

Author: Devon Evans, Relationship Coach

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Today’s show is based on a true story about an affair. Marco, a successful businessman, finds himself unexpectedly in the throws of an affair, and is left conflicted about the dilemmas facing his marriage. My hope is that that through the telling of this story, we might add a little complexity and helpful insight to an age-old dilemma for the sake of relationships everywhere, especially for anyone who has ever loved. (Names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals.)
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Welcome to episode 29 of F*ck Like a Woman. Today, I’m talking about transgression - what’s behind it, why do we do it, and how do we make sense of it within committed relationships. And because you can’t really talk about transgression without mentioning monogamy and attraction for others, we’re talking about that, too. Oh, and a disclaimer before you hear this episode: the vibe we’re putting off in this episode did not happen overnight. It took years for us to be this open, honest, and playful with each other, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Enjoy!
Today, I talk with trusted hot sex advisor to millions, the famous Susan Bratton, as she shares all the ways women can orgasm, how to initiate dirty talk, her favorite sex toys, and much more. Susan is a champion and advocate for all who desire passionate relationships. Considered the “Dear Abby of Sex,” Susan’s fresh approach and original ideas have helped millions of people of all ages and across the gender spectrum transform sex into passion.
This episode is an erotic story about one woman who found herself enticed by the forbidden: her roommate’s boyfriend. This moral dilemma left her puzzled and conflicted as to why this transgression was so alluring. As a coach who is greatly inspired by Esther Perel, I've always known that the world is not black and white, strictly good or bad. There's an infinite amount of grey that complicates our human experience, and when we immediately condemn and demonize before we have even sought to understand why, we miss the lessons within the journey, and we disillusion ourselves into believing that mere morality will inoculate us from history repeating itself.
If you've ever struggled with guilt or shame around your sexuality that has roots in your religion, listen to this couple share their embarrassing and raw struggles with managing sexual desire while conflicting with the shaming messages from their faith. Creators of the "Show Up Naked" podcast, Eric & Stephanie Molletta, confess to all the humiliating details surrounding the shame & guilt of their religious past.
As the #MeToo movement progresses, men are feeling anxious about navigating the current climate with gender norms changing and masculinity being under scrutiny. Today, I’m discussing toxic masculinity, redefining gender roles, and how some of our sexual stereotypes about men directly impact their sex lives in a negative way. I'm not going to encourage sensitivity or discarding masculinity altogether, but the parts that continue to be toxic to men, women, and children have to go.
The End of an Affair

The End of an Affair

2019-04-1000:12:06

Today’s show is based on a true story about an affair. Marco, a successful businessman, finds himself unexpectedly in the throws of an affair, and is left conflicted about the dilemmas facing his marriage. My hope is that that through the telling of this story, we might add a little complexity and helpful insight to an age-old dilemma for the sake of relationships everywhere, and especially for anyone who has ever loved.
My guest today shares a dark family secret ridden with shame - he was birthed out of INCEST. He opens up about his experiences with an alcoholic father and learning the shocking truth about where he came from. Lynn Everard is now an author, a life coach, and a speaker, hoping to share his heartfelt message with the world about how speaking your truth could save your life. Visit Lynn at: https://lynneverard.com/ and watch the video of our convo here: https://youtu.be/q8XBd9z3fx4
Today, I'm exploring some psychological theories behind some of the most popular sexual fantasies. Here are a few of the ones I cover on this podcast:1.Rape Fantasies2.S&M3.Master/Slave4.Diapered & Babied5.Asphyxiation6.Golden/Brown Showers7.Group Sex8.IncestEducate yourself on where your fantasies come from and what they might mean, but be cautious not to use sexual fantasy interpretations as a one-size-fits-all explanation, as it depends on the person and their unique circumstances. But theories can bring us generalizations that can be helpful at times to explain commonalities among large groups. There will always be exceptions and outliers of course, as a myriad of factors influence our fantasies.
If you're the least bit curious to know where your biggest sexual fantasies probably come from, I promise you'll want to hear this one. On this two-part episode, I explain how and why we create our sexual fantasies by exploring the deeper, pathogenic beliefs that we develop about ourselves in relation to our primary caregivers in childhood, and how something you might least expect is the one necessary ingredient to becoming sexually aroused. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: https://youtu.be/vhDbhAYgOEQ
Today, my online dating connoisseur is back to tell about a couple of her more surprising encounters, namely a couple of suitors' preferences for coprophilia (a sexual affinity for defecation, i.e. poop) and homoeroticism (a same-sex erotic attraction, but not necessarily acted upon). This conversation is both comical (when we need some relief - no pun intended), and an honest conversation about some common sexual fears, fantasies, and cultural stigmas that deserve some examination and understanding.
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