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Conversations about sex can be confronting, let’s face it they’re very vulnerable however opening up about safe sex practices with a new parter, STI’s (sexually transmitted infections) and herpes can be even more confrontational. In this episode I I’m joined by Bek Antonucci (who recently joined us in this episode) to open up discussions about safe and healthy sex, and how to have vulnerable sex conversations.
When was the last time you had an STI check?
After this episode you’ll feel more sexually confident and you’ll see how these often challenging conversations are in fact often the best. Here’s how to open up with your sexual partner, or potential sexual partner about safe sex practices.
Meet our Podcast Guest:
[Inner Spring – Pre-Ovulation]
Bek Antonucci is a Personal Freedom & Emotional Wellbeing Coach, Speaker, Writer, Naked Awakening Facilitator and founder of the group coaching program “Being Brilliant.” Bek supports women to breakthrough ineffective self worth and body image stories to activate their unique voice and start living their most brilliant and radically expressed life. Bek supports women all over the world to live free from societal pressures and truly embrace every part of the unique self.
In this episode we chat about:
- What is herpes?
- The difference between a sexually transmitted disease vs. virus
- How herpes and STI’s effect sex
- Where does the herpes virus live in the body?
- How common is genital herpes?
- Contraception, safe sex practices with an STI’s
- Having vulnerable sex conversations
Thank you so much for tuning in to this episode of The Well Woman Podcast. I’m beyond honoured that you’re here and would be grateful if you could take 2 minutes to leave me a 5-star review in iTunes or on your podcast app, this way together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.
Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.