ABOUT THE EPISODE
We all got a sex education – it just wasn’t accurate. My Sex Ed course is coming out this Month! Get on the email list to join when it opens. This course is based on a talk I gave to medical doctors for a residency program continuing education lecture.
HERE’S WHAT I DISCUSS
- Seasons of sexuality
- Stress and sexuality
- The importance of self-care in sexuality
- Communication and sexuality
- Sex as a skill that can be improved
- Sexuality and gender equality
- Stop Should-ing all over your sex life
- Sex is Complex – therefore so so interesting
- Your sexuality is not a fixed asset
- Orgasms are good for us
- Your biggest sex organ is your brain
- Night shifts wreak your sexual function – any gender
- Sex is dopamine, and we have cheaper dopamine in our current society which competes with sex.
- Defining heteronormativity
- What Society tell us about sex (and is wrong about)
- Pro tip: desire mismatch is normal
- Pro tip: Why do you want to have sex? FEELINGS
- If partnered: do you know theirs
- Orgasmic Inequality is real.
- The Heteronormative Theory of Low Desire in Women Partnered with Men
- How Freud messed us up in regards to sex.
- Do you actually “fall out of love” or does your brain habituate and you are craving newness and dopamine
- Cognitive distractions are bad for good sex. Mindfulness and meditation can help.
- How to improve sex as a skill
- Relationship between sex and sexuality (sensuality) and ways to improve sex drive
- How to have a balanced life, not put sexual health on the back burner
- Stress effects on sexuality
- Take one action toward achieving a fulfilled life
- Why does sex end when the male ejaculates?
- The heteronormative definition of sex is not good for anybody.
- What we make lubrication mean.
- How does your pelvic know that it is sexy time? Remember brain and pelvic arousal.
- Our lack of ability to communicate to our partner’s about why we want sex hurts us.
- So many things about sex are aren’t actually about sex.
- How to help postpartum people and their partner’s understand what is happening after birthing a baby. The biologic and psychosocial component behind this.
- Even though we are not taught about sex, we are told things about sex all the time.
- Women: men didn’t get any more sex ed than we did….we have to communicate our needs to them.
- How to communicate about sex.
- What does sensuality mean?
- Don’t forget to desire things you already have.
- What are your top three feelings you want to have during sex?
- If you can’t turn off your frontal lobe you may have trouble with orgasms.
- Challenge your limiting beliefs about sex.
- Figure out your obstacles to a good sex life – now you have the pathway. The obstacles are the way.
- Tips from people who have magnificent sex.
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