Podcast

Catherine Clay

Catherine was involved in sex work from a very young age, at her family’s direction. Catherine talks about the life of a young sex worker, the sacrifices that she made for her family, and her journey out of alcohol addiction.

Lou Paget

Lou Paget is a certified sex educator who travels the world sharing accurate, practical information with honesty and accessibility. In this episode she shares her tips for the best cunnilingus and fellatio among other insights into the bedroom.

Dr. Joshua Gonzalez

Dr. Joshua Gonzalez, MD, is a urologist specializing in Sexual Medicine. On this episode we discuss erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, birth control side effects, and a whole host of other medical mysteries.

Nina Hartley

Nina Hartley is a world-famous adult film actress, director, author, and educator. She first achieved mainstream recognition in the 80s and 90s for promoting sex-positive feminism. In this interview, we discuss Nina’s early training as a Registered Nurse, feminism in the 1970s, and sex as an artistic medium.

Gwen McClendon

Gwen McClendon is a minister and sex educator. With over 50 years of experience speaking to teenagers about sexuality, Gwen understands first hand why abstinence only education doesn’t work. In this interview Gwen and Liz have a nuanced conversation about sex, love and God, as well as teenage hormones and the church’s responsibilities when it comes to sex education.

Lexington Steele

Lexington Steele is one of the most well-known male adult film stars in the world. Lex is a hall of fame porn-star with three AVN Performer of the Year Awards–basically the Best Actor Oscar for porn–and he’s still going strong today, two decades into his career.

Carrie Wambach

Carrie Wambach, M.D. is a board certified OB GYN with a speciality in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. At her private practice, she helps patients with egg freezing, as well as treating recurrent miscarriage and other infertility issues. In this episode, Dr. Wambach and Liz discuss infertility, surrogacy and why there is such overwhelming cultural pressure to conceive.