Claim Ownership

Author:

Subscribed: 0Played: 0
Share

Description

 Episodes
Reverse
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, who is a Data Engineer, Entrepreneur, Educator, Host of Knowledge & Pettiness Podcast, Diamond Sade. Taking a break from the demands of being a Girl Boss, Diamond sits with Sherley to talk about the importance of communication when it comes to sex in a relationship, boundaries, and sexual compatibility. What does a healthy sexual relationship look like? Are you thinking about pleasing your partner and understanding their needs? Diamond and Sherley dive in headfirst for a candid conversation on all things sex in the latest episode. Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we talk with our special returning guest, Panka to discuss having a healthy sex life. Sherley and Panka dig deep on healthy communication, the importance of consent, if scheduling sex can work, expectations in a long distance relationships, and even parenting… in particular, teaching children about sexual education. There’s plenty more in this episode, so be sure to get comfortable and get ready to listen until the very end. Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Finding Pleasure Again

Finding Pleasure Again

2021-08-3101:27:06

In this episode, we talk with our special guest, Author & Intuitive Healer, Holly Hughes. This conversation is for all of the mothers out there looking to navigate a sex life with small children. This episode is for everyone trying to find pleasure again, trying to still come into their femininity. This episode is for all of those who relate to body image issues, introducing SM (sadism and masochism) into the bedroom, standards, and having a healthy sex life as you age. This episode is for people who relate to trying to be able to relax while masturbating. This episode is for You! Yes, you! Holly also shares her experience previously working in the entertainment industry and how sex scenes work on set. This conversation goes everywhere so settle in for a supersize edition of the podcast as we talk with Holly about finding pleasure.  Trigger Warning: Rape Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we welcome back Story Time special guest, Alex Scott, this time to talk about all things sex in relationships. When it comes to stressing the importance of the many factors involved when it comes to sex, this is the episode to listen to. If you’re looking for confirmation and validation on the importance of embracing your sexuality, communication, and creating healthy boundaries, this episode is for you. Sherley and Alex also talk about planning sex, period sex, and being honest about knowing what works for you. To top it all off, the ladies close out with a quick discussion on sex toys! Get ready for a fun episode with this one! Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we welcome back our Story Time special guest, Angela to discuss sex in relationships. Sherley and Angela start off conversing about the importance of a physical relationship in a marriage. They go on to discuss topics including making love vs. having sex, healthy boundaries in friends with benefits relationships, sex after miscarriage, sexual expectations, and more. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle in for this one! Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, Health Expert, Bernadette Bruckner all the way from Austria. Bruckner has a PhD in Health Framing. She discusses her background all the way from her life growing up in a bakery, working abroad in her adult life for more than 50 companies, and the opportunities she was able to face by saying yes to challenges. We then move onto how we think about health, sex education and satisfaction, marriage, priorities and more. For a wonderful reminder on the importance of communication, healing, and loving ourselves, you won’t want to miss this episode. Trigger Warning: Eating Disorder Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, Maggie Dong, Fitness & Life Coach in our continuation of our series on sex and relationships. Maggie emphasizes the importance of having a healthy relationship with your body and a healthy relationship with sex. Maggie and Sherley discuss intentions, meeting in the middle, making love, what it means to understand our needs and desires, fulfilling and being fulfilled. If you need encouragement cultivating a healthy sex life, this is the episode for you. Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we continue our conversation with Michele Olivier as the conversation gets juicier and we follow Michele’s love life across two countries. Michele walks us through meeting her second husband while married to her first husband, both of which were friends at the time. You’ll have to listen to the episode to find out more which is jam packed with an enlightening conversation about infidelity, honoring commitments, investing in relationships, and the importance of sex education. Most importantly, what it means to be responsible for our own happiness. Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, Michele Olivier as she guides us through her journey with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), fertility, and geriatric pregnancy. This discussion also delves into breastfeeding, sex while raising toddlers at 42, our ususal sex q&a and this episode also includes mentions of cervical cancer and fatphobia in the UK. Ready to get real about the journey to motherhood and how that looks different on everyone? Sit back and relax with Sherley and Michele in part one of this discussion before juicy part two! Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we talk with our special guest, host of Anew by Em Podcast, Emily Choi. Sit back and relax for an honest and intimate conversation about sex. Sherley and Emily discuss everything from friends with benefits vs. casual sex and sex before marriage to sexual compatibility, the emotional connection created when sex is involved, initiating sex, and much more.  Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Continuing our discussion about marriage from a divorced woman’s point of view, Sherley, Kira, and special guest, Alicia Hawthorne dive deeper. You’re in for a great discussion on red flags, believing the best in our other half, parents and trauma, staying or going different paths, grieving, counseling, happiness and more. We close with the reminder of being grounded in who you are because marriage is not a game and the importance of tapping into our source of peace. Discussion: Who initiated your divorce and did you want a divorce? Why should Christians not be afraid of divorce? What steps should a woman take after a divorce? What advice do you have to offer a woman who is thinking about divorce? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Description:  No one gets married and wants to get a divorce. How does one get to that point? Should you only get married once? Why is divorced so shameful? Your vows include the phrase, “till death do us part.” Does that mean forever?  In this episode, we discuss all of this plus bittersweet lessons from divorce, rebuilding and preparing for the next relationship, living together before marriage with our guest, Alicia Hawthorne who provides insight and guidance on life after divorce.  Discussion: How do you feel about marriage before and after divorce? Do you feel marriage is necessary? Why should people get married? Do you look at marriage from a legal or Christian point of view? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Continuing our discussion about marriage from the LGBTQ point of view, Sherley, Kira, and Cultural Expert, Collincia Rouse dive deeper into discussing marriage in the LGBTQ community. We discuss the value of hetereosexual relationships and queer relationships, our first exposure to the LGBTQ community, sin in Christianity, acceptance in different regions, desiring children, sexual compatability, challenging our mindsets, and more.    Discussion: Why is same sex marriage important? Are same sex marriages different from heterosexual marriages when it comes to procreation? What do you have to say to religious people that are against homosexuality? Why do you feel that only people who identify as LGBTQ have to follow the biblical law and heterosexuals can modify it to their liking? What advice do you want to offer same sex marriage couples? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
In this episode, we look at marriage in the LGBTQ community. This is a topic that can be taboo as some people may not want to discuss marriage among those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender. In this episode, we push back on that notion and talk about who you choose to love and who you choose to marry. We discuss why validation and marriage is important, why marriage rights are different for the LGBTQ community, how same-sex marriages have been viewed over time, logistical hurdles when marrying, marrying for love and more. Our special guest for this episode, who is part of the LGBTQ community, is Cultural Expert, Collincia Rouse. Discussion: How do you feel about marriage? Do you feel that marriage is necessary? Why should people get married? Do you look at marriage from a legal or Christian point of view? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
This episode is a continuation of the previous episode about marriage from the point of view of a single woman. Sherley dives deeper with our guest, Lakeshia.  We discuss communication and sex in marriage, sexual compatibility and sex as a chore, as well as relinquishing control outside of the bedroom in a marriage. Discussion: What caused you to change your mind about marriage and why? Should women get married assuming that a man will take care of them? Do men have issues with alpha females? Why should women be confident enough in who they are to be okay with not getting married? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Has your point of view changed about marriage over the years? Do you think that marriage is a legal trap? Are you single and think of marriage differently? Do you feel that marriage is the right Christian thing to do? Are you unsure if marriage is something that you really want? In this episode, we speak with our friend and guest, Lakeshia about marriage from the point of view of a single woman in her 40s. Sherley and Lakeshia discuss the importance of being strong in our individual selves, validation, communication, evolving as we grow and allowing space for our partners to grow, and so much more. Discussion: How do you feel about marriage and having children without getting married? Do you feel marriage is necessary? Is there someone for everyone? Why should people get married? What are the components in a marriage that keep a marriage together? What foundation do you set walking into marriage? Do you look at marriage from a legal or Christian point of view? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
You are in charge of your attitude and your response. Choose to chase happiness and choose to move on. In this episode, we discuss going on the healing journey and choosing to walk in peace after a crisis. We talk about standing strong in the decisions that we make that help us move forward, challenging ourselves in creative ways to do just that, appreciating the time that we have to be with ourselves, and having trusted loved ones around us as a support. Are you ready to live in the freedom that happiness provides instead of drowning in heartbreak? We’re here to shine our light on happiness that is waiting for you! Discussion: 1. What do you do to find happiness again? 2. Do you need to talk to a professional? 3. What’s standing in your way? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
When we go through heartbreak, we tend to forget about loving ourselves and each other. We will mentally create false thoughts in our minds that will tear us down. Our mind is a powerful tool and this mental sabotage prevents us from healing. In this episode, we discuss how to love ourselves after our hearts have been shattered and rediscovering our worth. What does it take to recover from heartbreak? How do we engage in voicing our experiences and opinions in healthy ways on the road to healing? How do we move forward from harmful messages from people around us while we are healing? How do we remain mindful of the fat that we cannot control anyone while trying to regain control of our lives?  Discussion: Why is it important to forgive? Refusing to put blame on ourselves Refusing to fight your emotions  Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
As long as you hold onto unforgiveness, you hold onto suffering. There’s a quote, “When we don’t forgive, we hold the moment of injury forever in the present.” We don’t want to be stuck constantly reliving the hurt and pain. In this episode, we discuss the effects unforgiveness has on your body and health (anxiety, insomnia, etc…), the power we hold when we take responsibility, doing the work even if we never get closure from the other person, and giving people room to grow and evolve. Discussion: Is unforgiveness self destructive? Does unforgiveness hurt you or help you? Does forgiveness help you move on? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Why should you stay after your partner cheated? There is no right or wrong answer to this question. Many people may say that once a person cheats, they are leaving. Is it even possible to rebuild your relationship knowing your partner has betrayed you. In this podcast, we guide you with tips for making the decision that is best for you. These tips include but are not limited to processing your crisis instead of reacting out of emotion, understanding the catalyst, being in tune with love languages, and being mindful of your decisions every step of the way. Discussion: Doing what is best for you Why setting boundaries is important  Will my partner cheat again? Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss feedback@femmeparler.com
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store