One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted in college in America*, so there are literally tens of millions of victims living every day with guilt, shame, pain, trauma, and baggage.
How can we be body-positive and sex-positive in this environment? How do people trust each other or even themselves? The challenges between men and women have existed since the beginning of time, and yet, the rules of engagement are unclear; and mostly, things are left unsaid, trauma is left to fester, and no one is getting any closer to their true, vulnerable selves.
On this week’s podcast, we attempt the impossible task of unraveling this issue.
Listen & Learn:
- Why the workplace is one of the most poorly defined environments for men and women to interact — and it’s where we spend most of our waking hours
- Why there must be the possibility of reconciliation or we all become monsters and demons
- How in the 21st century, men and women still have no idea how to work together, give clear consent, and draw boundaries
Links & Resources:
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus, sociologist and sexologist, is a frequent speaker about sexual empowerment, healthy relationships, body image, erotic play, and sexual health. She is a TEDx speaker and a recurring intimacy expert on the San Diego Morning News. She’s also a black belt in the Koren martial art, Soo Bahk Do. She is the author of the book Madness to Mindfulness: Reinventing Sex for Women that we’ll be talking about today.
Nutritional Tip of the Week:
Like the Show?