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Liz Goldwyn

26 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Jan 2023 | Updated Daily

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The Sex Ed with Liz Goldwyn

Melissa Rivers' Group Text Podcast

Sex education has come a long way since “the birds and the bees,” but it seems most adults are still reluctant to talk about sexuality. Not my guest Liz Goldwyn, whose new book, “Sex, Health and Consciousness,” tackles every practical aspect of human sexuality. Liz brings behind-closed-doors topics like pornography and masturbation into the open and also shares how the right vibrator and an iCal schedule invitation can keep things hot and heavy in a sputtering long-term relationship.CLICK HERE TO BUY Sex, Health, and ConsciousnessCLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT The Sex EdA Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


23 Nov 2022

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Let’s Talk About Sex: Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable ft. Liz Goldwyn

Heather Dubrow's World

On today’s episode we’re discussing one of the most taboo subjects of all time. We’re talking about sex people! Look we get it, it’s not one of the most comfortable subjects to talk about but it’s pivotal that we do. That’s why this week, Heather is joined by none other than Liz Goldwyn, Founder of The Sex Ed, who quite literally does this for a living. While discussing her new book “Sex, Health & Consciousness: How To Reclaim Your Pleasure Potential” Heather and Liz talk about everything from taking ownership over your pleasure, porn literacy, to the false assumption many make about aging and sex. Plus, talking about sex is hard enough as adults so at what age should we begin talking about it with our kids? HOW do we talk about it? All the answers you’ve been seeking on this episode of Heather Dubrow’s World.Please support the show by checking out our sponsors!Shipstation: Use promo code HEATHER today at shipstation.com to sign up for your FREE 60-day trialRelief Band: If you go to Reliefband.com and use promo code HEATHER you’ll receive 20% off plus free shipping and a no questions asked 30-day money back guarantee


19 Nov 2022

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Ep 293: Sex Health And Consciousness (ft. Liz Goldwyn)

WHOREible decisions

Our girl Liz is back to chat all about her new book AND spill some tea on how/why/when she got into the sex space. Details about the history of burlesque, planned parenthood back in the day, and how exactly Roe V Wade is effecting our bodies even without abortion. Liz Goldwyn is an Author, Filmmaker and the Founder of The Sex Ed, an online platform and podcast dedicated to sex, health and consciousness education. Her new book, Sex, Health & Consciousness is available for purchase wherever books are sold, as well as on audiobook which she narrates. Follow the hosts on social media Weezy @Weezywtf & Mandii B @Fullcourtpumps and follow the Whoreible Decisions pages Instagram @whoreible_decisions Twitter @whoreiblepod Don't forget to tag #whoreibledecisions or @ us to let us know what you think of this week's episode! Want more? Bonus episodes, merch and more Whoreible Decisions!! Become a Patron at Patreon.com/whoreibledecisions Want some Whoreible Decisions merchandise? GET YOURS NOW AT WHOREHIVE.COMSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 15mins

14 Nov 2022

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Liz Goldwyn: Sex, Health, and Consciousness

Sounds True: Insights at the Edge

Our sexuality is an integral part of who we are, yet our understanding of sex has been warped by everything from age-old taboos and religious dogma to a popular culture that views sexuality as transactional. In this “edgier” episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Liz Goldwyn about her new book, Sex, Health, and Consciousness, and how we can each reclaim our birthright of pleasure and joy. Tune in as they discuss why it’s never too late to experience better sex and more pleasure; the metaphor of the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi; a much-needed new vision of sex ed; inquiring into your beliefs about sexuality; how your individual relationship to sexuality is as unique as your fingerprint; bringing discipline, mindfulness, and practice to your sex life; creating a safe and healthy ethos around sex; the concept of aftercare; how bondage can become a healing tool; using sex to fill a void in your life; developing porn literacy; Orgasm Breathing—and a guided practice of its first stage; harnessing our sexual energy; and how the integration of sex, health, and consciousness is critical at this time in our collective lives.

1hr 6mins

27 Oct 2022

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Sex + Creativity w/ Liz Goldwyn

Sex With Emily

We’re all looking for better ways to have sex. But what if I told you the thing holding you back is your own beliefs around sex and sexuality? My guest today knows a thing or two about how to realize our own sexual well-being.Author, filmmaker, and founder of The Sex Ed, Liz is a sexual wellness connoisseur. In her new book Sex, Health & Consciousness, Liz explains how to build a sexual consciousness for a radically happier, healthier life. She’ll help me answer your questions on masturbation, shame, BDSM, and how to rewire the way we think about pleasure. Show Notes:7 New Ways to Use a Magic WandPre-Order Liz’s Book: Sex, Health, and ConsciousnessMore Liz Goldwyn: Website | Instagram | Twitter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


21 Oct 2022

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Let's Talk About Sex, Burlesque, and Vintage Fashion with Liz Goldwyn

Dressed: The History of Fashion

Fashion and sex are not mutually exclusive entities but, as the work of Liz Goldwyn shows us, are in fact intimately entertwined. Liz joins us to discuss the art and joy of vintage collecting and her work as the founder of The Sex Ed, an educational platform and podcast dedicated to sex, health and consciousness in the digital age. Recommended Reading: Liz Goldwyn's Pretty Things: the Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens Also check out Liz's work for The Sex Ed at theSexEd.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


7 Jul 2022

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The Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens with Liz Goldwyn

Dressed: The History of Fashion

Liz Goldwyn joins us in an enthralling discussion on the golden age of burlesque and the last generation of queens who reigned supreme. Recommended Reading: Liz Goldwyn's Pretty Things: the Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens Also check out Liz's work for The Sex Ed at theSexEd.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


5 Jul 2022

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Excuse My Grandma as we Receive Sex Education (Ft. Liz Goldwyn)

Excuse My Grandma

Kim (@kimmurstein) and Gail get a full sex education from Liz Goldwyn, the creator of The Sex Ed (@thesexed), a multimedia platform for educational content including essays, a podcast and more. They discuss when kids should learn about topics of sexuality and gender identity. They also chat about the importance of continuing to learn about sexuality into adulthood and to educate ourselves on a variety of resources and terms that now exist. Follow us on TikTok @excusemygrandma and Instagram @excusemygrandma


31 Mar 2022

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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.

1hr 5mins

21 Jun 2021

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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


5 Feb 2021