Deborah Sundahl is an Author, Sex Educator, Seminar Leader, and Workshop Facilitator. Her groundbreaking book, Female Ejaculation and the G-spot, (Turner Publishing 2004/2014), and her videos (Isis Media 1996-present), have taught thousands of men and women about the G-spot and female ejaculation. She is spokesperson for intelligent, positive sexuality, and an advocate for adult sex education.
Luba Evans is an International Teacher and a coach to coaches. She runs regular trainings in New York, as well as intensives and residential retreats at her retreat center, Galiana. She also teaches in Europe, India and South America serving a global community of students.
In her own words: I am here to help restore the ability to feel and love, maximize our potential as humans, rejuvenate, heal, shift to a whole new dimension of possibilities. Life is sacred. Every moment of it is pricesless.
Cindy Gallop is the founder and CEO of http://www.makelovenotporn.com, launched at TED 2009 – ‘Pro-sex. Pro-porn. Pro-knowing the difference’. In 2013 she turned MakeLoveNotPorn into the world’s first user-generated, human-curated social sex videosharing platform https://www.makelovenotporn.tv/ socializing and normalizing sex in order to make it easier to talk about, to promote consent, communication, good sexual values and good sexual behavior.
It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
This week is dedicated to sharing some #mojotruth and thoughts for your contemplation.
I was recently at a dinner party, virtual of course, and I posed a question to the group: what’s exactly is porn?
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Amy Jo Goddard has been teaching and speaking about feminism and sexuality for over two decades, including her TEDx talk “Owning Your Sexual Power.” She is author of Woman on Fire: Nine Elements to Wake up Your Erotic Energy, Personal Power and Sexual Intelligence and co-author of the best-selling classic Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men.
Her forthcoming film At Your Cervix, examines patient consent and bodily autonomy in gynecology and medical education, aiming to end unethical practices that harm both patients and medical students. She hosts her Fire Woman Retreat & other sexual empowerment programs.
Ava Bogle is an LA-based writer, actor and filmmaker. Her one-woman show The Pleasure Project premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival then toured to Australia, New York, and San Francisco. Her solo directorial debut, Meryl Fuckin Streep, won Best Short Film at SF Indie Fest and Best Experimental Film at Lady Filmmakers Festival. As a comedian, she has appeared at The Comedy Store, Flappers, and The Viper Room. From writing a sex blog, to stand up and Moth-style storytelling events, to the films and theatre she creates, all her work explores themes of taboo sexuality, loneliness, desire, fantasy and obsession.
Anita Teresa is an integrative health & sexuality educator with a background in Clinical Social Work, Mind-Body Therapies, Performing Arts, and Somatic Movement Education. She was a Heath Educator in the Department of Integrative Health Programs at NYU Hospital for nearly five years, and is the founder of The Sex & Medicine Summit, an education platform reaching tens of thousands of health and wellness professionals globally.
What a wild time. Between everything going on in the world with the pandemic and the social justice uprising in the States, I’ve asked myself if sharing these conversations about spirit and sex are relevant right now.
It’s a fair inquiry.
Much of my time these weeks is spent looking within.
Listening for the Truth to emerge.
And the lovely thing is—I’ve heard from YOU!
Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
These episodes are dedicated to answering any and all questions you have navigating the areas of spirit, sex and of course, igniting your mojo.
This week’s question comes from an Anonymous listener, who simply says:
I’ve heard you talk about the clit vs. Gspot…how do you find your Gspot? How do you discover it – it seems really difficult. What is the process?
Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
These episodes are dedicated to answering any and all questions you have navigating the areas of spirit, sex and of course, gniting your mojo.
This week’s question comes from Denise, who simply says:
How many different kinds of orgasms are there?