You Are Not Broken

A Modern Guide to Women's Intimacy

from You Are Not Broken | Published 3/14/2021

A Modern Guide to Women’s Intimacy Dr. Jennifer Jane Roelands interviews Dr. Casperson Why aren’t we talking about female intimacy? Bringing neuroscience and urology together to understand sex and desire. What kind of sex education did you get in school or in life and is that serving us? How do we talk to young people about their bodies? Tips and tricks. Tips for focusing on the present in order to focus on your sexual self. Brain training! Why context matters for women. Brain science! Why alcohol does to the brain – not all good, not all bad. Let’s talk about scheduling sex. Why orgasms are good for you. Why making sex a “to do list” isn’t great for desire. Advice for new relationships: talk about sex! Menopause and changing sexual concerns. Sleep deprivation is horrible for libido When to see a physician When to see a sex therapist Wrapping it up with desire mismatch! The Vagina Bible by Dr. Jen Gunter. Becoming Cliterate by Dr. Laurie Mintz. Come as you Are by Emily Nagoski, PhD. Find Dr. Roelands at --- Send in a voice message:

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My mission is to empower women to live their best love lives. Combining the power of mind-work, body-science and relationships, I joyously break down the societal barriers that are keeping us from living our best intimate lives. Whether you are young or past menopause, single or in a long-term bond, it is never too late or too early to realize YOU ARE NOT BROKEN. With humor, candor and ease, I break down the stories that we have been told about being sexual beings, to help us play, explore, and normalize our lives. Nothing in this podcast is personal medical advice, of course.