24 Apr EPS 52: Sex Talk with Our Teens, Living the Sensual Life, and Navigating ‘Me Too’ with Gia Lynne
Hey lovers and warriors!
Welcome to Episode 52!
As sex positive parents, how do we raise sex-positive kids? Gia Lynne, author of On Blossoming, shares with us about what she sees as trends for sex education in our youth and teens today, as well as, tips on creating a healthy sex positive message for their development.
In this episode you will hear:
- What’s missing in our sex education for youth
- Tips on introducing the conversation of sex, consent, and masturbation to our kids
- The difference between sensuality and sexuality and why this matters
- Modeling a life of pleasure as teachings for teens and kids
- How our past and current culture around sex has impacted our conversation
- How to take what’s occurred with the ‘me too’ movement and put it into positive change.
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THE SKINNY ON OUR SEXY EXPERT
Gia is a pleasure-positive writer, educator, and personal coach. Author of On Blossoming, where she gives frank and practical advice on our bodies, sexual health, sensuality, pleasure, orgasm, and more. Fascinated by human sexuality and how that connects to our quality of life, she offers a unique perspective on pleasurable living. She has degree in English Literature from UC Berkeley and is pursuing a master’s degree in Sexuality Studies.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THE SHOW
Real life stories and expert interviews to help you improve your sex life, by addressing mental blocks, nourishing your body, and balancing your hormones. This podcast will feel like you’re sitting down for coffee with your best girlfriend to chat about the most erotic and embarrassing things you’re dying to share and get advice about. The best part? I’m an expert. I reveal to you what works (and what doesn’t) in the most entertaining way, encompassing all things sex and sex hormones such as self-love, sex toys, bedroom play, body shame, libido, frisky food, PMS, hormone balance and anything else sex-blocking you from the sex, life and body you deserve and desire. Each episode will give you simple steps and sexy strategies you can implement NOW to leave you feeling empowered, courageous, playful and motivated. Eat Play Sex is YOUR guide to all things sexy, healthy, and fun to rock the body of your dreams and help you get back in the playground with those you love. Because…#sexmatters