Do you remember “the talk," sex ed, figuring out sexuality and how awkward it all was? Shouldn’t we be able to make it easier for the next generation? This week Steven and Jackie sit down with Nicole Howes from Reno Moms Blog and Jonathan Salkoff from Reno Dads Blog to discuss when, where and how we can do a better job teaching kids about sexuality.
What is intimacy, and how can you form a deeper level of it with your mate? Learn more as I discuss the topic of intimacy with Dr.
Everyone deserves to live an abuse-free life. Listen to my interview on American Cafe — a podcast from Voice of America — where I talk about the recent revelations in the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal with host David Byrd.
Conflict is an inevitable and necessary part of every relationship.
President Trump is appointing another judge to the Supreme Court. What will this mean for our reproductive rights? In this podcast, Steven and Jackie discuss the advantages of planning our parenthood and what could happen to our ability to control when we have children.
Parenting is already a huge challenge, but how do you parent children whose life experience is so different from your own? In this podcast, we bring in members of the LGBTQIA+ community to share their thoughts on how moms and dads can be better parents to their LGBTQIA+ kids.
Social media has changed how we communicate and interact with one another, but is that always a good thing? This week, we talk about how social media might seem convenient and easy, but it may not be the best way to create or maintain any relationship.
Religion has a lot to say about sex, but the big question is whether or not God wants us to have fun in the bedroom. This week Steven and Jackie talk about religion, many of its rules about sexuality, whether those rules are reasonable, and how our own sex lives are intertwined with our beliefs.
We all want to be comfortable with ourselves and our sexuality, but how do we do that? This week Steven Ing talks with Courtney Smith Kramer, author of “21 Reasons Creativity is Like Sex,” about how she became comfortable with talking about sexuality, why she wrote a book about it and the creative industry’s intersection with sexuality.
Consent is obviously mandatory during sex, but how can it lead to more productive arguments?