Ep#9:Discover What Brings You Pleasure with Rachel Maine
Empower Your Pelvis
In this week's episode, I will be joined by Rachel Maine. She works as a sex coach and educator through an online platform. She holds free workshops and masterclasses as well as offers group coaching programs and individual coaching- both of which help you discover what brings you pleasure so you can live a more fulfilled sexual life! In this episode, we talked about What are our thoughts on pleasure? What does it mean to schedule sex out or intimacy? Emojis can be your best friend! What's the difference between men and women with intimacy? Using clitoral stimulation to heal during postpartum. Tips for pleasuring yourself. Sign up for the Five-day challenge Spark It Up in the Bedroom Here: https://empoweryourpelvis.mykajabi.com/offers/ZYDUV3AR Additional Resources: Reach out to Rachel: Instagram:@the_rachel_maineWebsite: https://www.wellnesssexpertise.com/ Reach out to us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/empower.your.pelvis/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EmpowerYourPelvis/videosWebsite:https://www.empoweryourpelvis.com/
In this episode we’re making sweet sweet love… TO OURSELVES. Sex and pleasure educator Rachel Maine is here to walk us through the ultimate act of self-love, masturbation. We bust through shame, learn how to spice up our stale routines, and even find ways to include a partner. If you’ve got a v or you love someone who does, this episode is sure to change the game!
25. Breaking the Societal Rules of Professionalism, with Sex Therapist, Rachel Maine
You Glow Girl
Rachel Maine is on a mission to turn the world into a more sex-positive place. Through her company Wellness Sexpertise, Rachel gives people a comfortable space to own their sexual selves. She serves on the Board of Directors for Pure Romance, is a podcast host called Owning Your Sexual Self and works as a sex therapist within a private practice. Rachel comes back to the You Glow Girl Podcast to discuss how society projects what is considered “professional” in the corporate and entrepreneurial world. Valerie and Rachel discuss how society has taught women that you must hide who you are, be modest and dress a certain way in order to maintain professionalism in any workplace. They share experiences from their corporate jobs and how they were sexualized because of society’s idea of women in a workplace. Key Takeaways: - Society ridicules women for who they are, especially in the corporate and entrepreneurial world. - What you wear doesn’t define your skill set.- Parents, teachers and adults teach young girls short skirts and tank tops are sexual and an inappropriate thing.- Society has taught us that young girls are a sexual object based on what they wear.- Despite what you are wearing, you deserve respect. - Normalize what your kids are doing and embrace their personality. Connect with Rachel: https://www.instagram.com/the_rachel_maine/?hl=enhttps://www.wellnesssexpertise.com/https://www.facebook.com/pureromance.byrachel.12
Sex Therapy with Rachel Maine, the founder and creator of Owning Your Sexual Self Podcast, talks about what exactly a sex therapist is, who would benefit and what to expect when you decide to see one. This episode is filled with amazing information. This is the seventh and last episode in our series on the female sexual response cycle. Follow Rachel Maine on Facebook and Instagram Get the Ultimate Guide to Foreplay HERE! Follow me on Facebook and Instagram Email: JordanDnelle@VaginasVulvasandVibrators.com www.VaginasVulvasandVibrators.com This podcast is sponsored by Pure Romance by Jordan Jones. *Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational and/or entertainment purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
11. Masturbation is a form of self-care, with sex therapist Rachel Maine
You Glow Girl
Rachel Maine is on a mission to turn the world into a more sex-positive place. Through her company Wellness Sexpertise and her podcast Owning Your Sexual Self, Rachel inspires men and women to talk about their experiences, desires and everything in between. Having started her career in a local domestic violence shelter, Rachel understands how trauma or negative experiences can forever transform a person's relationship with sex and masturbation. Rachel's experience through Pure Romance (a company that sells products for adults only) gave her one-on-one understanding of women's sex journeys, and thanks to that, she now helps people of all backgrounds understand their body, their connection to pleasure and how they can meet their needs through self-pleasure.In this episode, Valerie and Rachel discuss the implications of "the less you know, the more you can control" parent mentality, being raised in a conservative Catholic household, and how parents can harness the power of the internet to break the cycle of shame. As Rachel explains, "so many young adult women don't know who to talk to, to get the advice they need" because as children, they were left to find out things on their own versus having an educated conversation with family members about sex education. Rachel and Valerie also debate the biggest sex challenges in today's society, women's first masturbation and how the act of self-masturbation can do a lot for your self-confidence. Also, Rachel dives deeper into pleasure to explain how women can masturbate the right way, and tell you why you should start looking at feminist porn.Key takeaways from this episode:-Over 80% of women experience low desire to masturbate.-Self-aspiration is deeply connected to self-masturbation.-Sex toys and sex products can be outdated and it's important to understand what you should be using (for your own good).-Sex toys are empowering to help you understand how you experience pleasure and how'd like to be pleasured.-Sex response between genders is very different and there's no reason to think everyone gets it the same way.-Masturbation can help you relieve the stress or body aches you may feel during the day ... and even help you have healthier skin!-Over 80% of women experience orgasms through their clitoris stimulation. -A sex therapist will help you understand the triggers that can cause lack or desire or libido.Resources on this podcast:She Comes First: The Thinking Man's Guide to Pleasuring a Woman, by Ian Kernerhttps://www.amazon.com/She-Comes-First-Ian-Kerner-audiobook/dp/B0007Q1CI6/ref=sr_1_1?crid=D8WD50B0J9MO&dchild=1&keywords=she+comes+first&qid=1589912715&sprefix=she+comes+fir%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-1Come as You Are: The Surprising New Science that Will Transform Your Sex Life, by Emily Nagoski https://www.amazon.com/Come-You-Are-Surprising-Transform/dp/1476762090/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=come+as+you+are&qid=1589912792&sr=8-1Sex Matters for Women, Second Edition: A Complete Guide to Taking Care of Your Sexual Self, by Sallie Foley, Sally A. Kope, Dennis P. Sugrue https://www.amazon.com/Sex-Matters-Women-Second-Complete-ebook/dp/B006L6VW9U/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2ZAD68072W7YW&dchild=1&keywords=sex+matters+for+women&qid=1589912859&sprefix=sex+matters+%2Caps%2C182&sr=8-2Sex with Emily Podcasthttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/sex-with-emily-recorded-in-the-stitcher-studioSmart Sex, Smart Love with Dr. Joe Korthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/smart-sex-smart-love-with-dr-joe-kort/id1471803230How to connect with Rachel:https://www.buzzsprout.com/764204https://www.facebook.com/pureromance.byrachel.12https://www.instagram.com/rachelmaine_ownyoursexualself/https://www.wellnesssexpertise.com/
You don't just wake up one day and think, "When I grow up, I'm going to talk about sex every day!" This episode shares a short snip it of my journey into their field of sexual health and wellness. Follow Me:Facebook: @Rachel MaineInstagram: @RachelMaine_WellnessSexpertiseEmail: email@example.comWebsite: https://linktr.ee/WellnessSexpertise