Busting Myths on Orgasms, Gender, and Step-Parenting, with Dr. Wednesday Martin
Keeping It Real: Conversations with Jillian Michaels
Dr. Wednesday Martin is a social scientist, storyteller, and #1 New York Times Bestselling Author. Her book, Primates of Park Avenue (translated into “I Am a Mother, I Need the Hermes Birkin Bag” in Chinese), stirred up a heated debate across oceans and sparked an greater awareness around “exhausted motherhood” and the scarcity mindset that runs rampant through circles of affluent mothers across the world. In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Martin to demystify the social structures that stand tall around upper class societies and identify the common threads that connect all mothers - Birkin Bag or not. 韦内斯迪·马丁博士是一位社会学家，故事叙述者，以及纽约时报排名第一的畅销书作者。她的著作《我是个妈妈，我需要铂金包》（英文翻译为《回忆录：公园大道上的母猩猩》）描述了她作为一个“新人”在纽约上东区的妈妈圈“打怪升级”的过程。这本书触发了社会各界对“鸡娃”现象，和普遍存在于中产，甚至中上产阶级女性间的稀缺性心态的激烈讨论。在这集中，火花电台和马丁博士一同解密社会结构是如何造就了女性日益激增的焦虑感，以及真正让女性之间产生共鸣的东西——当然，这个东西不仅仅是爱马仕的铂金包。
Wednesday Martin, New York Times Best Selling Author and Cultural Critic: How Studies Show Non-Monogamy as a Normal Part of Female Sexual Behaviour, How Agriculture Dictates and Seals The Fate of Women, and Breaking The Libido Gap Between Women and Men
The Dream Bigger Podcast
On today’s episode I’m chatting with Wednesday Martin, a brilliant cultural critic and a New York Times Best Selling Author of one of my favourite books to recommend, ‘Untrue’. I am so excited to have her on the show today, Wednesday has played such a big role with my learnings around female sexuality and monogamy. Wednesday explores and takes us through all her findings on female sexuality, why monogamy is put on a pedestal, the evolution of agriculture and it’s effect on female sexuality and monogamous partnerships, and why the plow is the worst invention to ever happen for women. To learn more about Wednesday Martin click HERE. To connect with Wednesday click HERE. To connect with Siff, click HERE. To learn more about Arrae, click HERE. To learn more about Icing & Glitter, click HERE.
Primates, Public Sex & Polyamory with Wednesday Martin
Who are the Clitorati? In this episode of Complete Human, we take a fascinating look at human sexuality through the anthropological lens of Wednesday Martin. How is the current relationship fundamentally at odds with our evolutionary biology? Why do women thrive in multi partner sexual relationships when men are better adapted to monogamy? How did the invention of the plow up end thousands of years of instinctual evolution? These are just a few of the questions Wednesday discuses in a conversation that helps us better understand human sexual behavior. And so back to the question of the Clitorati? Are they a secret society of sexually charged women waiting to take their place as rightful rulers of the planet and maybe the universe? Tune in to find out.
2 How Squirt (Wednesday Martin PhD + Kenneth Play)
We are joined on this momentous episode by NYTimes Best Selling Author Wednesday Martin PhD and 'World's Best Sex Hacker' Kenneth Play to answer EVERY question you've EVER asked us about ~*squirting*~ ! Is it pee? How do I do it? Are there special sheets I can buy? (There are!) Wednesday tells us about having her first squirt recorded LIVE for her podcast -- and Kenneth tells us what it was like giving it to her! It is a wet and wild ride + we hope you love it as much as we do. Sign up for access to extras and FULL unedited episodes with VIDEO for only $5 at patreon.com/howcum Check out our website for live forums & merch! Follow Wednesday @WednesdayMartinPhD and Kenneth @kenneth_play Follow us at @HowCumPodcast and @RemyKassimir RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE Thank you also to our Cumpanion Keana in San Diego for sharing her cumgratulations (first squirt!) in this episode Check out Kenneth's Sex Hacker Pro course here and thanks to Kenneth, get a 50% off discount with coupon code: HOWCUM Thanks Prose! Take your free hair quiz and get 15% off your first order prose.com/howcum
Beatrice and Dante chat with cultural anthropologist and NY Times best selling author Dr. Wednesday Martin about politics, feminism, female sexuality and desire, and some of the surprising places you'll find misogyny.You can find Dr. Wednesday Martin on her website, on Twitter (@WednesdayMartin) and Instagram (@wednesdaymartinphd). Dr. Martin also co-hosts the amazing True Sex & Wild Love podcast with Whitney Miller. Be sure to also check out Dr. Martin’s books, including Beatrice’s game changer, Untrue.Untrue - Amazon.com, Amazon.caStepmonster - Amazon.com, Amazon.caPrimates of Park Avenue - Amazon.com, Amazon.caBoyfriends of Dorothy - Amazon.com, Amazon.caThe Button - Amazon.com, Amazon.caWhat Love Is: And What it Could Be by Carrie Jenkins - Amazon.com, Amazon.caThe Langurs of Abu by Dr. Sarah Blaffer Hrdy - Amazon.com, Amazon.caThe Woman that Never Evolved by Dr. Sarah Blaffer Hrdy - Amazon.com, Amazon.caStrongmen: Mussolini to the Present by Ruth Ben-Ghiat - Amazon.com, Amazon.caWe Need to Talk About the Rise of White Supremacy in Yoga by Anusha Wijeykamur at InStyleCheating on Fear has partnered with Café Hacienda Real to get this amazing coffee in your next cup. Visit GoldenBean.net and be sure to use the promo code COFCHR20 for 10% off your order!Motivate, and smarten, your ass with SmartAss Undies. Click the link to support the podcast, and don’t forget to use the code CHEATINGONFEAR10 for 10% off your email@example.comInstagram & Twitter: @cheatingonfearwww.patreon.com/cheatingonfear
EP7: Talking sex and pull-ups with Untrue author Wednesday Martin
Muscle Maven Radio
Because sexual health is an important part of overall health and wellness, In today’s episode Ashleigh speaks with writer Wednesday Martin about her groundbreaking book Untrue. They dive into complex topics like women’s sexuality and how stereotypes about women’s sexuality are created and perpetuated. They talk about the historical and anthropological bases for a lot of our ideas about sexuality; why common tropes about women and sex and relationships tend to be vastly different from how women speak about these thing amongst themselves; and how female autonomy, rather than attempting to define the “best” way to be a sexual person in this world, is a more practical and helpful goal for all of us. And, because this is Muscle Maven Radio, we also talk about pull-ups. Don’t miss this provocative and eye-opening conversation! Want to connect, ask questions for the podcast, or offer feedback? Drop me a note on Instagram @themusclemaven, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and sign up for my weekly newsletter at ashleighvanhouten.com Thank you to my awesome show sponsor, Santa Cruz Medicinals, offering high-quality, third-party-tested CBD products including MCT-based tinctures, CBD-infused coconut oil, skincare, and so much more! Head to scmedicinals.com and use the code MUSCLEMAVEN for a 15% discount.
THE SCIENCE OF LUST: Interview with Wednesday Martin
Female desire has been a battleground for thousands of years. Men have downplayed it since the ancient Greeks, demonized it in Puritan witchcraft trials and misinterpreted in the studies of Sigmund Freud. Wednesday Martin -- author of Primates of Park Avenue, Untrue and The Button, a history of women's most sensitive part, unravels the saga from the Agricultural Revolution to the Renaissance and the "clitoracy" movement today.
Sex, Desire And Domesticity! What Is Untrue? With Dr Wednesday Martin
Episode 85 is a conversation with Dr. Wednesday Martin and it was hard for me to not go full “fan girl” on her. I really loved speaking with Dr Wednesday about all things to do with female sexuality, desire, domesticity, myths and why so much of what we have been taught needs to be let go of. Dr Wednedsay is a feminist cultural critic and NYTbestselling author of seven books. She believes science and social science are for everyone and she has long blended them with storytelling to give readers "Aha!" moments about themselves, their desires, their behaviour, their thoughts and feelings. Dr Wednedsays book ‘UNTRUE’ explores why nearly everything we believe about women, lust, and infidelity is wrong and how the new science can set us free. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Telegraph, The Times, The Atlantic, and more and she frequently appears on national TV and radio to discuss motherhood, parenting, sexuality, and popular culture.Dr Wednesday also has an amazing podcast which she co-hosts with Whitney Miller called “True Sex and Wild Love”. You Can follow her here: IG @wednesdaymartinphd Twitter @wednesdaymartin podcast: True Sex and Wild Lovehttp://wednesdaymartin.com