On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by founder of The Sex Ed and host of The Sex Ed podcast Liz Goldwyn to talk about getting past sexual shame and stigmas. They discuss why teaching kids and teens about their bodies and masturbation early can help them have more self-esteem and safer sex lives and what the current sex and dating climate is like post #metoo. Plus, how do you get past the fact that your boyfriend has broken a masturbation boundary, and getting comfortable watching porn with your partner when you’re sober. Thanks for supporting our sponsors who help keep the show FREE: pjur, The Enclosed, JeJoue, We-Vibe Follow Emily on all social @sexwithemily Follow Liz & The Sex Ed on social @thesexed @goldilocksg For even more sex advice, tips & tricks, visit sexwithemily.com
American filmmaker, artist, writer, & founder/CEO of The Sex Ed Liz Goldwyn discusses spiritual sexuality, relationships, our shadow side, pornography & more.
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Liz Goldwyn is a woman of many talents - aside from being Hollywood royalty (her grandfather is THE Samuel Goldwyn,) she is an author, filmmaker, artist, and creator of The Sex Ed - an educational site that explores sex, health and consciousness in the digital age. In a time where so many young people are looking to porn to educate themselves on sexuality, Liz’s platform is a really important one. She comes on to The Pornhub Podcast to discuss ways we can further sexual education and make it less shameful, and more accessible for everyone. Where does sex ed belong - school? Or the home? Does porn have a place in sexual education? What is the best way for parents to teach their children about their bodies? About masturbation? At what age is it appropriate to begin that conversation? How can one maintain a vibrant sex life within a long term relationship? Why does the male orgasm have to determine the length of a sexual encounter? How can we manifest things through masturbation? Also, Liz teaches how us to practice “orgasm breathing.” Also also, tons of Hollywood questions.
This week Tristan chats with Liz Goldwyn, author, filmmaker and the founder of The Sex Ed. Goldwyn’s educational digital platform The Sex Ed, explores sex, health and consciousness in the digital age. A passionate advocate of sex education, Goldwyn is committed to providing resources for others to explore sexual wellness and consciousness. We'll also discuss her sex work novel set in 1897 Los Angeles and her work on Burlesque history.