that's what she said
See, this is the thing.
When I decided to write and record a podcast about ways for women to become more sexually empowered, I knew that I had to do a lot more than suggest the best vibrator, point to the clitoris and say THERE YOU GO - SORTED! My podcast series 2020 An Orgasmic Oddity is a deliberately elaborate journey, because our knowledge about women's sexuality is not only still so stupidly new - we have to overcome a lot of pre-programming before we even get started on relaxing into our bodies to allow natural, organic sexual responses to HAPPEN without the impediments of hang-ups, shame, guilt and low self-esteem concerns. Episode three takes us WAYYYY back, to where it all started. Where we all started. Conception and evolution. *Listen to episodes 1&2 to give you proper context...and then enjoy the episode that gave me the most personal joy to research and compile. I mean, come on...look at that picture!
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202O AN ORGASMIC ODDITY: EPISODE TWO IS OUT NOW!
We resume the Orgasm Conversation contemplating the concept of 'Authentic Sexuality' What would women's approach to their orgasmic entitlement be, if religion and oppression did not burden female sexuality with shame, ignorance and fear? How much more empowered (and orgasmic) would women feel, if were never ever vilified or victimised merely for enjoying sex? How much has prudishness and double standards held women back from their true potential? What the heck is the deal with the remedial effort made thus far by medical and psychological research in helping people to understand how a woman's body is actually designed?
What has this got to do with certain iconic SCI-FI films of the 60s & 90s?
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