Podcasts Focused on Sex and Sexuality

These podcasts are dedicated to supporting positive sexuality, LGBTQIA+ identities, and/or alternative relationships and sexual identities. There are brief descriptions of each podcast, pulled from their respective websites, below. Sex Focused Podcasts American Sex– This podcast takes a deep but funny look at unconventional sexual expression in the United States. Each episode of this podcast features …

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Gender, Sex and Sexuality. Explaining the Differences


Sex and Gender Although often combined, sex and gender are not the same thing. A person’s Sex is assigned at birth as either male, female or intersex. Sex is based on biological traits, such as reproductive systems and genitalia. Gender on the other hand, refers to the attitudes, feelings and behaviors that are associated with …

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Maintaining Mental Health During Covid-19

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As we continue to face the COVID-19 pandemic it is vital that we pay attention to mental health. Over the course of the pandemic, fear, uncertainty, anxiety, sadness, grief and depression have become common place. Not only are individuals worried for their physical health and that of their loved ones, they may also be experiencing financial instability, isolation due to social distancing and quarantine measures, or perhaps a sense of hopelessness.

An Introduction to Puppy Play

Puppy Play

Ask a Sexpert What is Puppy Play? Puppy play is a form of pet or animal play in the power exchange community. The way puppy play is done, depends on individual preferences. However, the general premise is that one partner takes on the role of a biological puppy or dog. Think of it as a …

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Why LGBTQIA+ Affirmative Therapists are Important

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Ask a Therapist Why is an affirmative therapist important? For many people, the process of finding a therapist can feel confusing, but the process of finding a therapist you trust can feel downright daunting. This can be especially true for the LGBTQIA+ community.  (Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and other sexual, romantic, and …

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