In our podcasts we’ve been talking about how people can get better at consent, but what about people who practice deliberate non consent? What can we do?
On this week’s podcast we answered a question about how to deal with trauma responses on a hook up. A content note up front is that this episode does cover issues of sexual abuse/assault and trauma responses/PTSD. So if those things are live for you right now you might want to think about whether you want to listen or not. FYI we don’t go into any description of abuse or assault, we do have a bit more detail about possible trauma responses (fight, flight, and freeze) and what those can look like.
In this episode we explore how to go about having a hook up consensually, given that this has been in the headlines recently with the story about Aziz Ansari.
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.”