Liz Goldwyn is a 'sexpert', taught herself how to walk again, and encourages daily check ins with your genitals.
In My Chair
I love Liz Goldwyn. She is smart, compassionate and non judgemental. She's the kind of person you confess things to. She's also a writer, filmmaker, and artist-turned-sexuality guru, caught on to the importance of sex from an early age. She was stealing her father’s Playboy magazines when she was just a little girl. It’s that curious nature that turned Goldwyn into a sort of Nancy Drew for sex, asking the questions people are often afraid to ask. She has built a career deconstructing the taboos built around sexuality, not only the extreme and kinky corners of sex, but also how it shapes our day-to-day lives. As a filmmaker, Goldwyn’s documentary Pretty Things, an adaptation of her own book, is an in-depth exploration of the golden age of burlesque. As an activist, her company The Sex Ed aims to fill America’s void of comprehensive, accessible sex education by providing a platform with “practical answers, real ‘sexperts,’ and humor.” In addition to the Sex Ed podcast, hosted by Goldwyn,she created Sexpedia, a total glossary of sex, health, and wellness terms that includes everything from “Roe V. Wade” to “Cream Pie.” Goldwyn has lectured all over the country at Museums and Universities.She was New York Editor of French Vogue and she became the first guest editor of Town & Country in its 168-year history. She has contributed to publications including The New York Times Magazine, The Financial Times, British Vogue and Vanity Fair.Goldwyn has been commissioned as an artist and designer by M.A.C Cosmetics, Van Cleef & Arpels, Le Bon Marché and Shiseido cosmetics.Liz Welcome In My Chair.
Porn, Power & The Patriarchy with Stoya, Marilyn Minter & Liz Goldwyn
A Woman's Right To Pleasure
On the debut episode of “A Woman’s Right To Pleasure,” Stoya and the book’s Editor in Chief Alexandra Weiss are joined by writer, filmmaker and host of “The Sex Ed podcast,” Liz Goldwyn, and legendary visual artist Marilyn Minter. Marilyn is an American artist known for her hyper-realistic paintings and portraits that explore sexuality and female agency. Spanning over five decades, her radical work is recognized for redefining the realm of feminist art. Liz is a writer, filmmaker and artist based in Los Angeles, who previously worked as the New York Editor of French Vogue. Her 2006 HBO documentary, “Pretty Things,” showcases “the last generation of American 'Burlesque Queens' as told by a young woman searching to discover the lost art of burlesque dance.” In 2018, she also launched The Sex Ed, a podcast and digital platform dedicated to health, consciousness and sex. In this episode, we discuss the male gaze in art and pornography, the female gaze, the controversy and history of female pubic hair, the current state of the porn industry with sites like PornHub and OnlyFans, ecosexuality and goddess worship, the shame and stigma surrounding pornography, female sexual fantasies and their relationship with the patriarchy, censorship, slut-shaming, the illusion of social media and owning your power. Buy A Woman’s Right To Pleasure by BlackBook, Dr. Marashi and LELO here. More about BlackBook: www.blackbookmag.com Instagram: @blackbookmedia_ A Woman’s Right To Pleasure Editor in Chief, Alexandra Weiss More about Stoya: Instagram: @stoya https://zerospaces.com/ More about Liz Goldwyn: Instagram: @goldilocksg The Sex Ed, @thesexed Pretty Things: The Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens More about Marilyn Minter: https://www.marilynminter.net/ Plush series Plush book Shop products from LELO at www.lelo.com. Other topics and people discussed in the episode for you to follow: Fabiola Alondra Le Crazy Horse L’Origine du monde, by Gustave Courbet Annie Sprinkle Nina Hartley Candida Royalle Story of O Marina Abramovic, Balkan Erotic Epic Louise Bourgeois by Robert Mapplethorpe Chelsea G. Summers, A Certain Hunger Jon Ronson, The Butterfly Effect, Episode 1: A Nondescript Building in Montreal with Fabian Thylmann
This week, Raya is joined by author filmmaker, and host of "The Sex Ed" Podcast, Liz Goldwyn and they discuss how there is no such thing as a late bloomer, the many short-comings of even modern sex education toward young people, and why most of the concepts around virginity are just social constructs. Plus, Liz answers some fan-submitted questions, including how to explore new avenues of sex with your partner & whether you should sleep with your ex (spoiler alert: you probably shouldn't).As a listener, you’ll get 10% off your first month by visiting betterhelp.com/goodforyou Have a question or comment on today's topic? Do you have any wild sex stories you want to share? Or do you have suggestions for any future topics? Give Raya a call at (424) 245-5102 or email her at WTGFYPodcast@Gmail.com and you might hear your call/email on the next episode!For more Raya on IG: @rayacarmona Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Can You Meditate Your Way To Better Orgasms? With Liz Goldwyn
After Work Drinks
Hello lovely humans and welcome to another weekend edition of After Work Drinks With… This week we’re speaking to the remarkable Liz Goldwyn. Liz is a member of Hollywood royalty—her grandfather, Samuel Goldwyn, helmed the iconic MGM studio and her father, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. was one of the industry’s most celebrated independent producers. But Liz took a slightly different path from the rest of her family. She has dabbled in everything. She’s directed documentaries; contributed as a writer for Vanity Fair and The New York Times; served as the New York editor of French Vogue and lectured at UCLA. She’s also worked collaboratively as an artist with brands like MAC, has curated a documentary program for LACMA, worked as a curator at Sotheby’s, she had a stint at Planned Parenthood and is a muse to designers like Zac Posen… But the thing we most love about Liz is The Sex-Ed, the a shame-free space she launched in 2018 to explore the relationship between sex and mental and physical health. The Sex-Ed deep-dives on everything from the effects of cannabis on sexual enjoyment, to how meditation leads to better orgasms, and what us vanilla heterosexuals can learn from the kink community, while the Sex-Ed podcast, hosted by Liz, features amazing interviews with artists and creators, people like David Lynch and Natasha Lyonne. She was more than open to field our many questions about sex, like—Is watching porn anti-feminist? What if our sexual fantasies are problematic? And can you really meditate your way to better orgasms? We can’t wait for you to listen and, if you do, rate, review and subscribe on iTunes. Love you all. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Patrisse Cullors, Alexa Demie, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Liz Goldwyn, Sanam Sindhi, Peter Shire, Janicza Bravo, Rachel Lord, Seth Bogart, Sam Buck, Justice Singleton + Blaine O’Neill
Tierney Talks hosted the very first TELETHON ForYourart at Frieze Los Angeles in February. We brought our talk show to the art fair and broadcasted live from the ForYourArt booth all Frieze long. The result is a collection of 60+ interviews about art, entertainment and community in Los Angeles. We had so much fun! This is the first in a five-part series of Tierney Talks episodes documenting TELETHON ForYourart. Today’s guests include: Patrisse Cullors, Alexa Demie, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Liz Goldwyn, Sanam Sindhi, Peter Shire, Janicza Bravo, Rachel Lord, Seth Bogart, Sam Buck, Justice Singleton + Blaine O’NeillTierney Talks is pleased to partner with For Your Art to present this series of conversations. ForYourArt is a source of free information about L.A.'s art scene and ForYourArt’s mission is to inspire more people to make art a part of our daily lives. Follow FYA on IG @foryourart and check out http://foryourart.com/. Check out their curation of online exhibitions while you stay home.Follow Tierney on IG and Twitter @TSTAR7 and subscribe if you haven’t already. Our show music is “Let Me Love You” by Dis Fantasy (streaming everywhere!) Recorded live on the Paramount Pictures Studio Backlot on February 13, 2020. Recorded and edited by Margot Padilla and hosted, written and produced by Tierney Finster. Special thanks to Jess Calleiro, Niko Karamyan, Bryan Johnson, Ali Madigan, Cobi Krieger, Bettina Korek, Kevin McGarry, Peter Shire, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Pretend Plants and Flowers and Universal Standard. Support the show (https://cash.app/$TierneyFinster)
Specialist of sex, Liz Goldwyn is also a renown writer, filmmaker and artist. She came on board by to straighten us out on the ins and outs of the birds and the bees and all those in between. This is an intelligent woman with a lot going on, so listen up!
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by founder of The Sex Ed and host of The Sex Ed podcast Liz Goldwyn to talk about getting past sexual shame and stigmas. They discuss why teaching kids and teens about their bodies and masturbation early can help them have more self-esteem and safer sex lives and what the current sex and dating climate is like post #metoo. Plus, how do you get past the fact that your boyfriend has broken a masturbation boundary, and getting comfortable watching porn with your partner when you’re sober.Follow Emily on all social @sexwithemilyFollow Liz & The Sex Ed on social @thesexed @goldilocksgFor even more sex advice, tips & tricks, visit sexwithemily.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Aligning Your Sexuality & Spirituality - Liz Goldwyn
God is Grey
American filmmaker, artist, writer, & founder/CEO of The Sex Ed Liz Goldwyn discusses spiritual sexuality, relationships, our shadow side, pornography & more. Follow @thesexed https://www.thesexed.com #lizgoldwyn #porn #sexuality #Christianity #Christian --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Godisgrey/support
Liz Goldwyn is a woman of many talents - aside from being Hollywood royalty (her grandfather is THE Samuel Goldwyn,) she is an author, filmmaker, artist, and creator of The Sex Ed - an educational site that explores sex, health and consciousness in the digital age. In a time where so many young people are looking to porn to educate themselves on sexuality, Liz’s platform is a really important one. She comes on to The Pornhub Podcast to discuss ways we can further sexual education and make it less shameful, and more accessible for everyone. Where does sex ed belong - school? Or the home? Does porn have a place in sexual education? What is the best way for parents to teach their children about their bodies? About masturbation? At what age is it appropriate to begin that conversation? How can one maintain a vibrant sex life within a long term relationship? Why does the male orgasm have to determine the length of a sexual encounter? How can we manifest things through masturbation? Also, Liz teaches how us to practice “orgasm breathing.” Also also, tons of Hollywood questions.
Liz Goldwyn, founder of The Sex Ed and host of The Sex Ed Podcast, joins Lara to chat about magical gardening, menstrual blood, the healing powers of BDSM and more. For bonus episodes, visit patreon.com/babepodcast. You can follow Liz on Twitter @goldilockslg and Instagram @goldilocksg. You can follow Lara @larzmarie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.