Sexuality and relationships is our theme for this week's podcast. Join us as we discuss the intentional interview and your magic sex number, victim shaming, plus how do you overcome the odds when your soulmate is a fish?
This week, we talk with our guest Verita Black Prothro, about Black Panther, its evolved gender roles and how those affect the onscreen relationships. We also address the issue of toxic masculinity and how loneliness could be contributing to our nation’s shooting crisis.
Fact: your children are sexual beings (scary thought, I know). We're totally comfortable guiding them in pursuits as they pertain to school, work, athletics, friendships, hobbies and any other aspect of their lives, but the minute it relates to sexuality, we freeze up. Unfortunately, we can't just ignore that piece of them.
With all the attention on the issue of transgender rights, it's important to know what it means to be transgendered.
The decisions our leaders make impact tens of thousands of lives, we owe it to them to inform ourselves.
You're ready for an abuse-free life and you know how to do it yourself, but what if your partner has some abusive tendencies?
Note: If your partner is physically abusive it's time you got in touch with a women's center and start planning your escape without delay.
Abuse-free life? Sold. Now, how do I manage my life in an abuse-free way?
What is the abuse-free life?
Listen to this podcast to find out.
If you're facing sexual harassment in the workplace or even in school, learn from Steven Ing on how to deal with it.
Some of the choices will be difficult, but these tools will give you the confidence to make that necessary leap from just surviving to thriving.
Sexual harassment in the workplace is a huge problem and to begin to tackle this issue we first need to understand it.
This is the first part of our two-part series on this topic where we will try to unpack and understand it first. If it makes you sad, know it makes us sad too. Check out the next podcast on dealing with sexual harassment to feel better and give yourself the tools to solve it.
Steven Ing discusses Handmaid's Tale, the novel, in light of the upcoming TV series on Hulu.
What can this new show teach us about human sexuality?