What does it look like to have self respect when it comes to sex? Is consent always a clear yes or no? In this episode, SLSP host Tatiana Berindei invites Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus into a conversation about shame, deconstructing our cultural programming around our bodies and sex, and how to talk about sex with our children. Author of the recently released book From Madness to Mindfulness: Reinventing Sex for Women, Dr. Gunsaullus is a wealth of information when it comes to all things sex. Tune in to this episode for more clarity about what it takes to raise a generation that understands what self respect in the realm of sex really looks like.
Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Sex, Love and SuperPowers Podcast Show. I am your host, Tatiana Berindei. I am so delighted for our guest, Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus. Today, we are going to be talking about self respect in the realm of sex, which is a very broad topic on purpose so that we can travel many different roads within that topic. Let me tell you a little bit about Dr. Jenn, and you will have a pretty good guess as to why I chose such a broad topic after I intro her here.
Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus is a sociologist and intimacy coach and a national speaker on couples intimacy, sexual consent, women’s empowerment, gendered communication, erotic play, and mindful sex. She has presented two TEDx Talks, is the co-host of the podcast, Sex Talk with Clint and the Doc. Her first book, From Madness to Mindfulness: Reinventing Sex for Women, will be out and about by the time this interview is live on air.
Yeah. Yay for her first book being published.
Dr Jenn has over one and a half million hits on her In the Den with Dr. Jenn YouTube video series and is an expert in the documentary on masturbation called Sticky: A Self Love Story, which I would love to see that documentary because it sounds great.
It’s very, very entertaining.
I bet. Welcome to the show.