Over the years I've taught thousands of students. Emily is one of a small number who impressed me with how much Sexplanations asexuality learned and grew. In this episode Emily shares part of that journey and how it continues to in her conversations and career pursuits.
I share what is new in my world and we end up doing Kegels to her operatic voice. Think about how you imagine yourself right now. Who you are, who you share you
Sexplanations asexuality with, what you create, where you exist. Write it down for a you six years in the future to review.
What are you going to learn that influences who you are? Let's talk about gender and biosex and sex assigned at birth and anatomy and surgery and language. In this episode Blake, FTM, and I a ciswoman pull apart what we experience on a day to day basis to develop a better world for the future. For part of the episode I go through the criteria of gender dysphoria as outlined in Sexplanations asexuality DSM 5.
Here there are if you'd like to follow along:
Sexplanations asexuality lasts at least six months and is shown by at least two of the following: A strong desire to be of the other gender 5. A strong desire to be treated as the other gender 6. A strong conviction that one has the typical feelings and reactions of the other gender Why does Blake identify as FTM rather than a transman?
The main reason is that the term FTM just feels correct. It sounds right when I say it. I just know what fits for me.
I was similarly confident about not wanting my uterus and ovaries. I like the look of a bulge on me,
Sexplanations asexuality not enough to wear "Sexplanations asexuality" packer. I like using a term that has female in it. I am thankful to have been raised as a girl. Boys were mean to me. "Sexplanations asexuality" here to refresh the feed. Join me and Amanda for a conversation full of gender speculation, personal observations, and sitting spread legged.
We go through some of the tactics used Sexplanations asexuality history to determine one's sex. How do we look at our fingernails? How do we take off our shirts? How do we sit on the couch? Can we lift a chair with our lower legs against a wall?
Amanda and I use 'male' and female' as markers but all of this non-binary. Then we talk about our experiences as women in workplaces, our name journeys, and how we choose to express ourselves.
Try on clothes that you wouldn't normally wear and see how you feel about them. Come out of the dressing room and
Sexplanations asexuality how you feel. Then post them on social media sexplanationspodcast. In this episode my past self Lindsey from September gives my future self a pep talk.
I check-in on how the podcast is going and review our latest big project, the Sexplanations Road Tour.
Why am Sexplanations asexuality going to live in an RV for the Sexplanations asexuality five or so months and travel the country sex educating whoever shows up to learn? Click around and see if there's anything you're interested in helping out with like meetups, volunteering, marketing etc. Here's a link to the Indiegogo campaign: Four years ago I made a video
Sexplanations asexuality using less harmful language, avoiding words that were exclusionary, offensive, or inaccurate.
Soon after this Seththinksthoughts, a vlog-style YouTube channel posted a video adding the list of harmful words and suggesting alternatives. I loved it and reached out to Seth. Over these years we've kept in touch and tried to encourage intellectual growth in each other. So when it came time to revisit the Sexplanations episode about less harmful language, I knew exactly who I wanted to talk to about it!
Seth is in Hong Kong not Japan teaching music and was willing to do a video call at 5 AM his time to pull this off. Here are some of the things we reference in the podcast: Why are some people heterosexual? What informs this identity? What was it like to come out to your family? Have you ever been treated differently because of your attraction to men, as a woman?
Have you ever seen Hysterical Literature? How do you imagine attraction to a woman to be? What narratives and representation do you have in media? How did attraction develop for you? Why do I like kissing this person? Silvia and I investigate a lot of the questions surrounding sexual orientation. Practice coming out in one or more of your identities with different groups of people who share different kinds of spaces with you.
Logan is a gregarious, handsome, young hipster with a lot of ambition. He just finished building out a high-end touring van with the ability to play concerts out "Sexplanations asexuality" back and he's traversing the country now to learn from others about life.
I know him in a few ways but mostly that he's a well-connected Sexplanations asexuality face. So I asked him to talk with me about coincidences and fate and whether or not the is
Sexplanations asexuality more sexually for some of us more so than others.
We tried some off-the-top-of-our-heads experiments and came up with some great hypotheses. If you have a partner and there's someone you want to incorporate in your life, make this week to actually speak about it. If you don't have Sexplanations asexuality partner, tell us in the comments, we'll be your surrogate.
Also, play the free association game and see how quickly your brain networks to sex.
As a model and a burlesque dancer she was comfortable working with me to demonstrate breast healthcare and pleasure. What I didn't know is that she's made a career out of removing pubic hair for people and this brings up many opportunities to help Sexplanations asexuality embrace their own unique genitals. Stella and I talked about experiences in the salon and revisited some of the questions I've been asked about oral sex not that those two are related.