Leah Carey

is creating the Good Girls Talk About Sex podcast

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You know those special conversations you have with your best girlfriend at 1 a.m. over a bottle (or two) of wine?

It's that conversation where you feel so safe and open that you talk about the real sex and relationship stuff …

... that thing the magazines say you’re supposed to love, but it just sounds awkward ...
... that thing you're hoping your partner will do, but you're too afraid to ask for it ...
... that thing that happened as a teenager that still feels icky to think about 20 years later ...
... that sorta kinky thing that happened on a date last week that you loved, but now you're wondering if that's okay ...

There is a deep hunger among women for conversations about sexuality. We live in a stew of questions - am I normal? Do other people feel the way I do? Is it okay that I like/don’t like this? Am I broken?

I started the Good Girls Talk About Sex podcast so we can have these conversations out loud. It's real women talking about their real stories of sex and sexuality. It's a place where you can hear your own story mirrored back to you and know that you're not alone or crazy or broken. And you might even hear some things that help expand your horizons of what might be possible in your own bedroom!

Join the Good Girls Talk About Sex Patreon community to even more conversations and insights. Plus, you’ll be supporting open and honest conversations about female sexuality – and you don’t have to stay up until the middle of the night or wake up with a wine hangover to do it!

For season two, 10% of donations go to ARC-Southeast to help provide financial and logistical support to people seeking reproductive health services in southeastern US states where safe, and even life-saving, services are being legislated out of existence.
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