In this podcast we discuss the short story ‘Cat Person’ by Kristen Roupenian which appeared in The New Yorker last week and has been shared all over social media, partly due to its resonances with the recent #metoo campaign.
This week on the podcast we did a quick follow-up to last time’s conversation about physical and mental health by addressing how to get back into sex after a gap. Specifically we were trying to answer this question from a listener…
This week on the podcast we focused on how to navigate sex when you’re feeling physically or emotionally under the weather or low, as many people do over the Winter period.
Post #MeToo we chatted some more about consent. Rather than aiming to get someone to do something, what if you could make consent your aim?
It’s Sexual Health Week this week and the focus here in the UK is on porn and how we can teach young people about it. Listen to us chat about whether porn is actually the sexual health issue that people often say it is and what the alternatives are.
This week we have a question (send yours via here, thanks) “If people do decide that that they want to learn to be “better” at sex… How would you advise a woman who has enjoyable sex with her (female) partners but would better like to learn how to have more reliable/reproducible orgasms. Solo and with a partner.”
Recently we got asked to contribute to a sex positive book project. The person who contacted us said […]
Our latest podcast is all about exploring different ways of enjoying non genital sex. Enjoy! (How, When and IF You Want To).
We’ve taken part in three panel discussions with artist Alexsandra Karpowicz to talk about her project ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’.
We answer a reader’s question about being triggered at a sex party. We try to answer, what is triggering, how it might happen during any kind of sex and how we might manage it.