Welcome to our summer series on a taboo topic—sex. That’s right! We’ll be diving into some really intriguing and educational conversations about sex. I’m hopeful that these upcoming interviews will open doors and ideas for you, allowing you to liberate your body & sexuality!
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What’s Coming Up on the Podcast? (:54)
Liberate Your Body & Sexuality (3:39)
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Welcome to some place for everybody where we talk about belonging and being a human in our bodies in living in and learning to love our bodies. I’m your host, Carly someplace. This podcast is brought to you by someplace images, boudoir for everybody, you can see the full show notes at some place for everybody.com. Now, let’s change some self perspectives.
Hi, y’all, it’s Carly someplace, again, and I am so incredibly excited to introduce something to y’all. So for the next month, possibly longer, we’ll see. But for sure, for the next month, we’re gonna be talking about sex. That is the main subject of every single one of the interviews that I have coming up for the next four weeks, and I cannot wait to share them with you.
We’re gonna be diving into some really taboo topics, and we’re gonna have some really great discussion about all of it. And I’m super, incredibly excited to just be able to see where this opens doors for you, maybe you’re gonna have more questions. Every single expert that I spoke with is so willing, and so able to have you drop into their inbox or their DMS or anything, there’s such amazing resources and myself as well, you can feel free to email me drop into my DMs at any point just to be able to talk about these subjects.
I want to open the door to talking about sex in a way that is not absolutely ridiculous. Sex has so many stigmas around it. And it’s a really hard subject to talk about, if you don’t know where to start. A lot of what we’re going to talk about in this upcoming month has to do with your body, it has to do with consent, I talked to a couple people about kinks I talk to people about having your first orgasm, orgasm, in general, these are all some really like kind of heavy topics that most people aren’t really like, Oh, hey, that should be like right up my alley for what I’m talking about. Or what I want to ask my friends about, I totally understand if this subject is something that makes you uncomfortable. At some point, it’s made us all uncomfortable. And it’s moving through that uncomfortableness to find the edge of your comfort zone and to have growth. Even if you think that none of these episodes are gonna apply to you, or they’re just not going to, you know, give you any shifts in perspective, I highly, highly encourage for you to listen to them, because they’re going to make a difference. Somehow, somebody might say something that changes your perspective on one thing. And just like with our bodies, our journey with sex and our journal with pleasure, those are always lifelong journeys.
Those are things that we can learn more about ourselves that we can do more for ourselves that we can have more for ourselves. And that we don’t need to just have this pressure to see to be what there is that we see on TV or the movies or anything like that. We all kind of know that sex isn’t really like it is in the movies. And it’s definitely not like it is in porn. And there’s so many different taboos around it, like I’ve already said. So I really want you to just take time, kind of prepare yourself and listen to these episodes with an open mind. I want you to be able to take this all in to listen to what these people are saying to listen to our conversations that we’re having. And if there are things that you want us to dive deeper on, or even go back to, again, our DMS are open our email inboxes are open. And this conversation is something that is really just getting started. I feel like with liberating our bodies, liberating our sexuality is the next thing and it is so incredibly important. And I don’t mean like let’s liberate our sexuality and have everybody be on the LGBTQ spectrum. That’s not what that means. Just to clarify, just to clarify, however, liberating ourselves sexually is talking about being comfortable with sex or asking for what you want, or, you know, having consent, being able to explore kinks do different things like this, to liberate ourselves from the confines that society has put on us, for so many different reasons. So many different reasons. Pleasure is for everybody. And pleasure isn’t always just from physical sex. We dive into that a little bit. There’s so many ways to receive pleasure.
There’s so many ways to have an orgasm, there’s so many ways to fuel your body with these wonderful, wonderful tools. And there’s so much to just crack open a door and maybe explore things that you haven’t yet or that you’ve been afraid to. I know that for me personally, taking any step even with a partner that I trust, even with a partner that I love of something that I might want to try. I’m always afraid of rejection I’m always afraid of being laughed at. I’ve always been afraid of someone telling me that it’s too much or that’s gross or that’s not okay or anything like that. And I can assure you I know we’ve all had these feelings. I No, we’ve all had these feelings. So you’re not alone. You’re not alone, which is why I wanted to have these conversations in the first place. I wanted to maybe open your eyes to something new, or I wanted to reassure you that you definitely aren’t alone. I wanted to talk about and a really, really, really big thing in here is consent. Consent is so incredibly important, and with the way that the world is happening right now, and Roe versus Wade, and so many other subjects that I could talk on. But we’re not going to talk about politics, because we’re not talking about politics.
We’re talking about bodies, we’re talking about bodies, and we’re talking about sex, unfortunately, politics is getting into those things. But I digress. There are so many things that can happen with our bodies. And with sex. There are so many ways that we can open doors, and learn things about our bodies during sex before sex, for pleasure for orgasms, different things like this. And I highly encourage you to listen to these episodes with an open mind, I promise, you’ll learn something.
Even if nothing else, it’s interesting to hear other’s perspectives. It’s interesting to hear consent, it’s interesting to hear, just communication on how all of this works. And I truly think we talk about the kink community a little bit. I truly think that kink community has a lot of really great, we’ll say rules, and a lot of great communication more than anything else. And I think that communicating the needs that you have for your body and how you want to feel in your body are just as important as anything else, if not more important, and very much so communicating consent, communicating, yes, communicating, no communicating, please stop communicating, stop now, communicating your safety and your well being.
Those are all very, very important things. So without further ado, I really hope that you open your mind and I really hope that you enjoy the upcoming episodes that we have. They’re going to be fantastic. We’ve got some amazing, amazing educators and I’m really excited for all of this. So thank you very much, and I’m very excited to introduce you to this X series. Thanks so much for listening to someplace for everybody. If you love this episode, would you mind leaving me a review on your favorite podcast app and subscribe to the show. If you’re looking for a community to love on you and support you and your self love Journey, come join our all gender Facebook group someplace for everybody which can be found in the show notes at someplace for everybody.com Until we meet again, be kind to yourself.