From improving heart health to cancer prevention, orgasm is THE most pleasurable and beneficial health supplement one can take! Find out more about the science of sexual health and pleasure as medicine in this interview with Devi Ward and sexual … Continue reading
Arielle Loren joins Devi Ward to honor the power and beauty of female genital anatomy. With documentaries like The Perfect Vagina suggesting many women hate their vulva’s and vaginas, Arielle will share the inspiration behind Corset’s new issue, her own personal journey to loving her beautiful parts, and tips for listeners to do the same.
Another date night with Devi where she answers YOUR questions about sexuality, pleasure, intimacy, and relationships.
In this episode, Devi continues with how to give great oral sex, part 3. tantalizing tongue strokes, semen retention questions answered such as – HOW to orgasm without ejaculating, and proper technique for inducing Female Ejaculation.
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There’s a lot of buzz about 50 shades of grey, but does it truly give an accurate representation of BDSM, or is it perpetuating inaccurate information about that lifestyle choice?
Listen as Devi and Sex in Words Founder, Jon Pressick as they discuss the in’s and out’s of BDSM, the 50 Shades Series, and what you should know about the parallels between the two.
Jon Pressick is the sexual community’s gadabout. Some days he’s the new editor of the Best Sex Writing series. Some days he’s hard at work writing about sex news, sex bloggers and erotica on Sex in Words. Some days he’s one of the hosts and the producer of Sex City. Some days he’s a proud parent and partner. What is he doing all of the days? Thinking about sex!
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Join Devi as she interviews Milt and Mia from the Milt and Mia Show! They will discuss their new book “Get Over Yourself! The handbook on cheating and betrayal”, and how to look at the state of modern sexual relationships in an attempt to teach us all how to Get Over Ourselves and get on to the life we should be living!
Learn how to:
Stop taking your problems so seriously, and learn to laugh at yourself while you change your life to how you actually want to live it!
R. Milton Quibner is a Relationship Specialist and the author of How High Should I Jump: The Satirical Guide to Pleasing Today’s Woman, and Life Wizard, Mia Matters, is an RN who specializes in Sexual Relationships. Living in Northern California, they’ve been married 25 years and have two children together. Their weekly podcast, Get Over Yourself! The MiltnMia Show! can be heard on Itunes, TuneIn and Player.fm.
Podcast: Get Over Yourself! The MiltnMiaShow!
Get Over Yourself Handbook on Cheating and Betrayal available at:
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Devi speaks with Barry Selby, The Love Confidant and Author of 50 Ways to Love your Lover.
Listen Live and discover:
- The trap of online dating
- Why do the faces change but the experience stays the same?
- It is not about the other person (objects in the mirror are closer than they appear).
- Relationship rebound vs. make-up sex.
- Having sex all day (the art of foreplay).
- Having better sex by being apart (polarity is the magnet).
- What to talk about after sex
Devi speaks with Matthew Hess on what circumcision is, how it began, the functions of the foreskin, what’s lost after circumcision and his movement to end male genital mutilation! Matthew Hess is president of MGMbill.org, a San Diego, California, based … Continue reading
Devi speaks with Dr. Mitchell Tepper on the secrets to pleasure and orgasm discovered from laboratory studies with people who have spinal cord injuries and how to access great sex regardless of illness, disability, advancing age, or sexual dysfunction. Listen … Continue reading
Loving our cycles, loving ourselves: how connecting with our fertility cycles supports body positivity, empowerment and pleasure Devi speaks with Madeleine Shaw, Creator of Lunapads on how women can heal their relationship with their menstrual cycle and create an empowered … Continue reading