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Trinity Sex Week

Podcasts!

If you are new to the world of podcasts, you have something fabulous to look forward to. If you are a frequent podcast listener, welcome back to this wonderful world.

Podcasts are like little radio programs that you can listen to whenever you want by either downloading to your phone or listening straight from a website. You might use a website or an app like Stitcher, Apple, Google, or something else. I use Stitcher on my Samsung phone; you should choose what will work for you.

These podcasts are just a selection of many of the sex-positive podcasts out there. WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND CONTENT. Many of these podcasts are amazing, eye-opening, educational, entertaining, funny, awkward, or some combination of those. Some may not be your cup of tea.

**The extra podcast, Bodies, if not explicitly about sex or sex-positivity, but is a new podcast about medical mysteries in women's bodies, and comes highly recommended by Alex Gallin-Parisi in the Library.

9 Sex-Positive Podcasts (plus one more), For Your Listening Pleasure

Where Should We Begin with Esther Perel

https://www.estherperel.com/podcast

"Our original audio series takes you into the antechamber of intimate moments. Here we learn, explore, and experience alongside the couples who have been gracious enough to let us in."

Why Are People Into That?

https://www.acast.com/yapit

"Exploring sex, kink, gender, and love with Tina Horn."

Savage Lovecast

https://www.savagelovecast.com/

"Dan’s graphic, pragmatic, and humorous advice has changed the cultural conversation about monogamy, gay rights, religiosity, and politics."

Guys We F****d

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/blogtalkradio/guys-we-fd

"Welcome to GUYS WE F****D: THE ANTI SLUT-SHAMING PODCAST. They spread their legs, now they're spreading the word that women should be able to have sex with WHOEVER they want WHENEVER they want and not be ashamed or called sluts or whores."

Polyamory Weekly

http://polyweekly.com/category/podcast/

"Poly Weekly is a podcast devoted to tales from the front of responsible non-monogamy from an inclusive, kink-friendly point of view. Every week, Minx, her cohosts and her guests discuss issues relating to communication, gender, race, sex, kink, manners, dating, family and time management, with perspectives from all around the globe."

Carnalcopia

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/life-on-the-swingset/carnalcopia

"Carnalcopia is a sex and relationship podcast hosted by two best friends. Katie Mack is brand new to the sex positive community and Ashley Manta is a seasoned sexuality educator and writer."

Sex Nerd Sandra

https://sexnerdsandra.com/podcast/ (or directly on https://nerdist.com/tag/sex-nerd-sandra/)

"For over 200 episodes, I extract sex tips, techniques & titillating tidbits from unique human beings & experts. I marvel at the human condition and cuddle up to the science that helps explain it."

Kinsey Confidential 

https://kinseyconfidential.org/podcasts/

"The Kinsey Confidential Podcast is an opportunity for you to ask questions and have them answered by sexual health experts from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University."

U Up?

https://betches.com/podcasts/ (scroll down to select U Up?)

"In this modern dating podcast presented by Betches Media, Jordana Abraham of Betches and Jared Freid discuss their take on modern dating issues ranging from apps to hook ups to relationships. What makes something a red flag versus a dealbreaker in the world we currently live in. They're here to help you not die alone."

Bodies

https://www.kcrw.com/news-culture/shows/bodies

"Each episode of this intimate, highly-produced documentary program follows one person’s journey to solve a mystery about their body. But then more questions emerge... For so long, women’s health has been under-researched and overlooked. So often, our stories have gone untold and our questions have gone unanswered. Bodies is part of a movement to change that."