Welcome to Free Love Advice, a new segment for The Love Drive where I load up my bike trailer with everything I need to give free love advice to strangers in Montreal.
I love doing this, because I never know what conversations I'll end up having with people. I love the reactions that I get from people as they walk by. It's a mix of curiosity, embarrassment, and horror. Most don't stop, but every now and then, someone does.
Today on our show, conversations with woman wanting more. More out of their partners, more out of their sex life, and more out of the men they’d like to get to know better.
Act I, The Phone. A conversation with a woman about a phone, specifically, one of her boyfriend's phones, which he uses to sext other women.
Act II, Life Over. A conversation with a woman about the role of sex in her life, or rather, the lack of sex in her life, and whether she’s said goodbye to it for good at the young age of 44.
Act III, You Do It. A conversation with a woman who has a crush on a guy at school, but it seems that both are too shy to do anything about it.
This show has been produced by Shaun Galanos with help from Gilford Street Studios.
How does the gender of the people developing technology affect how we use those technologies? What role does sexuality play in the modern workplace?
I didn't think gender played that much of a role in technology, until I realized that the folks who develop our technology play an important role in how we interact with our tools, our devices, and our machines.
I've invited Julia Dyck to talk with me about gender in technology, the role and impact of sexuality in the workplace, and how to speak up when you recognize problematic sexist speech in group settings.
We also discuss the pros of consent in early-stage dating, and how talking about sex can make for better sex.
Sit back, relax, and and enjoy the show.
"I'm taking too long to orgasm", "I should go down on him", "I'm worried that he's getting bored".
These are common thoughts that go through some women's head when they're receiving oral sex.
It's not always easy to receive pleasure.
The idea of laying back and having your lover shower you with attention is lovely. But how many of you can really receive 30 or more minutes of uninterrupted pleasure without thinking that you're taking too long?
Aude-Olivia gives us a solid tip on how to flip the script in your head that you're taking too long.
Listen to the full episode here: https://thelovedrive.com/squirting-orgasm/
Have you ever been curious about the possibility of a squirting orgasm? Have you seen pornstars have a squirting orgasm and wondered if you could have one too? What are they squirting anyway? Is it urine, ejaculate, or a mixture of both?
I've always been fascinated by squirting, and yet it's something I have virtually no experience with.
That's why I asked businesswoman, personal coach, and author of the book She Squirts First Aude-Olivia to enlighten me on exactly how to bring a woman to have a mind-blowing squirting orgasm.
We dive deep on what it means to bring a woman to arousal, what women need to feel safe in exploring more alternative sensations, and also talk about the more practical side of preparing for someone to squirt all over the place.
If the word ‘squirt’ makes you uncomfortable, you’ll probably want to skip this one.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
Sylvie appreciates the more exceptional things in life, and that includes private label wines, 80,000 thread count Egyptian linen, and absurdly expensive candles.
She can provide for herself, but she likes a man who can meet her where she's at.
But it's not all about the money, not at all.
Catch the full episode of this podcast here: https://thelovedrive.com/club-med/
"Just so you know, my labia are really large," said one client right before a pelvic exam.
Laura Schaefer who is a pelvic floor physical therapist said this is very common.
Laura and I talk about why some women have vulva shame, what they can do about it, and she shares with us a great coffee table book that showcases all the different kinds of lovely vulvas out there.
Catch the full episode of this podcast here: https://thelovedrive.com/pelvic-floor-release/
Dr. Scott Jacobson is board-certified, functional medicine doctor practicing in Las Vegas, Nevada.
We apply the principles of functional medicine to the issue of erectile dysfunction in men.
We explore the various reasons why men experience a decrease in libido, how lowered libido can lead to erectile dysfunction, and how premature ejaculation fits into all this.
You’ll learn what you can do today to improve your sex life, how to increase your testosterone naturally, and if hormone replacement therapy is right for you.
We also dive into techniques for improving your sleep and decreasing your stress which are two critical factors when looking at improving one’s sex life.
I'll also dive into a few techniques you can use to reduce the likely hood of coming too quickly. Boo-ya.
According to a recent study, 1/3 of women experience pain during intercourse or penetration and pelvic floor release is one method of treating that pain.
If it’s so common, why don’t we hear about it more? Why aren’t we talking about the fact that something that should be enjoyable, brings some women so much pain?
Some women have it so bad that even just putting in a tampon, or thinking about having sex is enough to cause them debilitating pain.
To make sense of this, and what women can do about pelvic pain, we’re chatting with Laura Schaefer. She’s a certified pelvic floor physical therapist and has been helping women treat their pelvic pain and regain the ability to enjoy sex again.
We talk about what a pelvic floor therapist does and why you should probably see one at some point in your life, what women can do to prevent painful intercourse before it happens, why the mighty Kegel isn’t as great as people make it out to be, and some self care tips for keeping your vulva happy and moisturized.