Episode Archive

Episode 19 – All About the Vulva

In this episode Niki and our host discuss vulvas! Why porn can be a negative influence, how irrational thoughts can get in the way of sexual pleasure and the dual control model. We talk about Niki's freelance work and dabble a bit into the world of non-monogamy. Prior to being a guest on our podcast, […]

Episode 12 - Why Sex Education Needs a Publicist

Gwen Rosen, Board of Directors member and secretary joins us to discuss the needs and importance of a strong communication strategy when talking about sex ed along with the challenges that conservative groups present when using their own PR strategies. We talk about the topic areas that need a rebranding and reminisce about our formative […]

Episode 11 – Tackling the challenges of discrimination in the housing market

Emmett Teter, a real estate agent in Rhode Island and MA, joins us to discuss the ins and outs of the real estate market, how to tackle discriminatory practices and combat microaggressions. He shares his journey from Pennsylvania to Providence and his experiences representing the LGBTQ community in the current real state market. Visit us […]

Episode 10 – Pussypedia: A comprehensive guide with Zoe Mendelson and Maria Conejo

Zoe Mendelson (she/her) & Maria Conejo (ella/she/her) join us to talk about their new book, Pussypedia, a rigorous fact-checked, funny, accessible, gender-inclusive, and fully illustrated guide to the anatomy, history, and sociology of the pussy,* which was released on August 3rd, 2021. *They propose a new gender-and-organ-inclusive use of the word. Learn more at https://www.pussypedia.net/ […]

Episode 9 – Pleasure and Consent Education as Harm Prevention in the Medical Setting w/ Cheylsea Federle

Cheylsea Federle’s (she/her) personal and professional pedagogy is ‘helping others to help themselves’ which is to say that she hopes to provide education and resources to allow people to make educated, personal choices about their health and sexuality! Cheylsea is a sexuality educator and currently the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator at Wheaton College. […]

Episode 1 - Navigating neurodiverse relationships during quarantine w/ Erica and Sam Adams

Erica, our former CSPH chair, and her husband, Sam join us on our very first episode to discuss and give us some insight into their relationship as neurodiverse person married to a neurotypical person.

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