Sex on your period, have you tried it? Does it gross you out? Would you try it? Mmmmm well this all comes down to relationships, communication and expression. All elements that get unpacked in this episode with Australian sexologist Naomi Hutchings.
One may label this episode naughty, but what if the word naughty itself may be blocking your sexuality? These are all topics that I hear many of our Well Woman Academy ask about and it was about time we had a sexologist on to delve into and expand on the hot topics of vagina’s, orgasms and sex on your period.
Meet our Podcast Guest:
Naomi Hutchings is a clinical sexologist currently living and working in Brisbane, Queensland. She’s been working in a diverse range of roles, in the field of human sexuality, for over 15 years. Naomi offers sex and relationships counselling & education face to face, online and via phone consultation. She continues to be a guest speaker and activist and participates in a variety of media commentary such as podcasts, magazines, blogging on Instagram and radio where you may of heard her on Triple J.
In this episode we chat about:
- What is a sexologist?
- Your yoni relationship
- Labia Libraries – yes these exist!
- Masturbation and self pleasure
- Sex on your Period, what you need to know
- Changing your orgasm language
- Shared sexual responsibility
- The importance of clear sexual communication
As you can most likely gather Naomi is a sexology encyclopaedia, be sure to reach out and connect with her across her platforms;
Find her here on Instagram at @australianasexologist and on her website, www.naomihutchings.com.au.
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Get connected, listen to your body and remember body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.