Adult SexEd


You Are Not Broken

Sexual Empowerment, Reframing Pain, Autism Experiences, Sex Work and More


Offering a deeply personal account and powerful critique of sexual empowerment movements, Suzannah Weiss presents a way forward that focuses more on what women desire, and less on what men desire from them.

She makes a bold yet compassionate call for women everywhere to inhabit their bodies and hearts ― to remain connected to their inner eye and their inner “I,” even in a world where they are disproportionately “you,” “she,” or “them.”


  • Reframing attitudes towards menopause is important to celebrate the positives of this life phase and challenge societal beliefs that devalue women in menopause.
  • The objectification of older women in medical contexts can lead to dismissive treatment of issues related to desire and pleasure, highlighting the need for more inclusive and comprehensive healthcare.
  • Understanding and addressing period pain requires recognizing that pain experiences vary among individuals, and it is essential to validate and investigate severe pain rather than dismissing it as normal.
  • The orgasmic birthing movement promotes a positive and pleasurable birthing experience, emphasizing presence, breath work, and sensory awareness to enhance the intensity and pleasure of childbirth.
  • Supporting autistic individuals in dating and sexuality involves celebrating their strengths and unique experiences, promoting positive relationships, and challenging societal stereotypes and assimilation efforts.
  • Pleasing and empowering women in the bedroom requires men to understand and respect boundaries, communicate openly, and prioritize mutual pleasure and consent.
  • Changing attitudes towards masculinity and sex work involves recognizing the potential for men to use their sexuality for good, promoting respect and consent, and challenging societal shame and stigma around sex work.
  • Teaching meaningful consent and embodied consent involves tuning into one’s body and feelings to determine consent, promoting open communication, and reframing consent as an ongoing process rather than a one-time agreement.

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About Suzannah Weiss

Suzannah Weiss is a feminist writer and sexologist. She is the author of Subjectified: Becoming a Sexual Subject, which describes her search for sexual empowerment and her vision for a world where women are subjects, not just objects, of desire.
As a sex educator certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, Suzannah has taught courses and given talks on topics including consent, orgasms, childbirth, non-monogamy, and neurodiversity.
You can find her on Twitter (@suzannahweiss) or Instagram (@weisssuzannah).


Kelly Casperson, MD


Kelly Casperson, MD

She’s the sister, urologist, sex expert and friend you never knew you needed….until now.

Dr. Kelly Casperson is a board certified urologist. That makes her an expert of the pelvis. And her mission is to empower women to live their best love lives. Because let’s be honest. None of us were taught right. Combining the power of mind, body and relationships, Dr. Kelly joyously breaks down the societal barriers that are keeping us from awakening into our best intimate experience.

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Whether you are young or past menopause, single or in a long-term bond, it is never too late or too early to realize YOU ARE NOT BROKEN. With humor, candor and ease, I break down the stories that we have been told about being sexual beings, to help us play, explore, and normalize our lives. Nothing in this podcast is personal medical advice, of course.

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