This week is R and R is for recharging. And today I am joined by Jasmine St. Clair. She shot to fame as America’s most controversial sex symbol after appearing in the top selling adult films of the late 1990s. She created an outlaw rock star image that at times scandalized the adult industry. Her acerbic humor and willingness to mock her own porn star made her one of the highest rated guests on Howard Stern’s radio show and related broadcasts for E entertainment. Sinclair’s first mainstream appearances were in significant comic roles in communication breakdown, and in National Lampoon dorm days to more recently while studying and Bill O’Leary’s acting workshop Sinclair has turned to dramatic roles in thrillers like Angel of reckoning and the talked about sci fi drama trial run
Join us to talk about moving away from shaming women for their sexual lives and desires and to reclaiming pride in our attractiveness. Women who are sexually confident are often viewed as loose or sluts while men are encouraged to have lots of sex with lots of women. The shame that women carry for having desires interferes with their healthy sexual lives even if they conform to expected heteronormative standards and are monogamous, only having sex with a marital partner.
0.75x 1x 1.25x 1.5x 2x 0:0018:46 ReUpload: 47 U is for Ursusagalmatophilia 01234Apple PodcastsStitcherSoundCloudLeave a ReviewSpotifySubscribe via RSSSubscribe on AndroidGoogle PodcastsShare Listen in a New WindowDownloadPlayer Embed Dr Lori Beth Bisbey started broadcasting The A to Z of Sex® in October 2016. As the result of an unknown internet issue,
Shortly after the leak regarding Roe v Wade, I read a piece by Amanda Taub about Lord Matthew Hale in the New York Times. For those of you unfamiliar, he was the 17th century British judge whose views about women’s rights (or lack there of) in marriage remain part of British common law and as a result formed the basis of common law in all of the colonies including the United States. The main theme of Lord Hale’s legal opinions was that giving women rights, particularly over their own bodies, threatens men. Please read that again.
Dr Lori Beth Bisbey started broadcasting The A to Z of Sex® in October 2016. As the result of an unknown internet issue, 79 early episodes disappeared from podcast providers (though they are all still available on Captivate where all of the episodes live and on atozofsex.com).
We are republishing the episodes to all good podcast providers along with our regular content until all episodes are available. This episode was recorded in January 2017.
0.75x 1x 1.25x 1.5x 2x 0:0030:37 ReUpload: 18 R is for Riding Crop 01234Apple PodcastsStitcherSoundCloudLeave a ReviewSpotifySubscribe via RSSSubscribe on AndroidGoogle PodcastsShare Listen in a New WindowDownloadPlayer Embed Dr Lori Beth Bisbey started broadcasting The A to Z of Sex® in October 2016. As the result of an unknown internet