Welcome to the first ever Hot Sexy Summer Series! All summer long I’m bringing you brand new compilations to rock your mojo. Each Friday episode will focus on a specific theme.
This week: The Conscious Sex Edition.
Plus! Let’s celebrate that we are officially in the 200s of episodes! Two and a half years of sharing evocative, informative, inspiring and sassy content FOR YOU!
It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday! This week is the final part of a 3-part mini series based on the Netflix show, The Principles of Pleasure. It’s a hot topic and I’m dropping the mojo take for you. Interested to know your thoughts…drop a rating and review and feel free to share the episode on your socials too.
Tiffany Yelverton is the founder and Chief Sexinista of Entice Me Soirees, Inc. and Sexy Survivors, based in Long Beach, CA. She is known as The Sex Toys Scientist and Orgasm Guru to her colleagues in the medical field. Her mission is to facilitate provocative conversations about sex, self-love, confidence, and relationships to close the pleasure gap. Her goal is to educate and entice people to have more pleasurable, fulfilling, and healthy sex lives. As a master sex coach, she facilitates workshops, luxury retreats, private Sexy Soirées, and consultations. She has helped men and women connect with themselves, at their sexual core, to feel sexier in and out of the bedroom.
Jessica Esfandiary is a curator of brave spaces for people to own their power and awaken to their most expansive selves. Through her work as a coach and facilitator, she realized it was people’s relationships that needed healing the most. She wants to inspire people to create designer relationships filled with truth, vulnerability, intimacy and play.
It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
This week’s question comes from Curious in Colorado who says:
Why are we as a culture hiding the fact that women are sexual creatures? As a woman who’s struggled to get to a good place within my own sexuality, I feel sad that people still want to perpetuate that we’re not sexual. Why do you think this is so? And how do you see it hurting women overall?
Laura Williams is the author of Available: A Memoir of Sex and Dating After a Marriage Ends, which has been a #1 bestseller on Amazon UK and has been featured in Cosmopolitan UK, The Financial Times, and Vogue UK. She is a native New Yorker and mom of three.
It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
This week’s questions comes from Nicole and she says:
My husband and I have been together for over 20 years. I’m the kind of person that if I’m talking to you, I would like to look at you in the eyes. But this is challenging for my husband, he’ll look out the window or someplace else. And says that he doesn’t need to look at me to be actively listening. It feels so weird to me though. I don’t feel ignored. I can say that, but it doesn’t feel right when I’m talking to somebody who’s constantly avoiding your eye contact. Is this normal? What can I do?