“Adult discomfort…is endangering children. That is how I feel about it.” —Andrea Barrica, founder of O.School … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Andrea Barrica of O.School on Why We Need to Talk About S-E-X
In 2018, I interviewed Tania Boler, founder and CEO of Elvie, a tech company making life better and better designed. Read the juicy cuts! … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Tania Boler of Elvie on Pelvic Floor Health, Tech, and Education
I’ve been making the rounds of the internet yet again, folks. This time is a veritable parade of positivity, and you can get in on it. … Continue readingPositivity Parade: Two Podcasts, a Video, and More!
Part I of Lynsey G’s interview with Lynn Comella, author of “Vibrator Nation,” where we discuss sex education, sex toy shops, and stereotypes. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts—Lynn Comella, Part I: Sex Ed, Toy Shops, and Stereotypes
In Part 2 of this interview with Lioness CEO Liz Klinger, we discussed the role of pleasure in overall health, orgasms as art, and competitive vibrators. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Lioness’s Liz Klinger, Part 2—Pleasure, Your Health, Orgasm Art Gallery, and Competitive Vibrators
In Part I of my interview with Liz Klinger of Lioness, we discuss making sexuality visible, ignorance about sexual anatomy, and concussions vs. orgasm. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Lioness’s Liz Klinger, Part 1—On Making The Unseen Visible and Concussions’ Effects on Orgasm
In this segment of a long interview with neuroscientist Nicole Prause, we talked about people’s obsessive discomfort with studying sex—especially p0rn—how science really works, and disproving theories. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Nicole Prause, PhD, Part 3—On Obsessions, Disproving Theories, and Science Over Assumptions