Luna Matatas was married once. After a divorce and a sexual renaissance of sorts, she discovered a new-found energy for exploring her sexuality as a curious and empowered woman. Today, she helps singles, couples and new divorcees to traverse new, erotic terrains.  From navigating anal sex etiquette, to how to have a threesome, to pegging and all manner of other taboo activities, this episode explores a wide scope of taboo topics.

 

In this episode, we talk about:

  • O School
  • Kate McCombs of Tea and Empathy
  • Sexual renaissance after divorce
  • What makes a bad threesome?
  • What do you need to study to be a sex expert?
  • Sex and the City, Girls and HBO as part of the discursive construction of sexuality
  • Fifty Shades of Grey, erotic literature and pathologising kink as trauma
  • Non-sexual submission and domination
  • Sex as part of creative expression
  • How to use empathy to become a better lover
  • Your biggest erogenous zone – YOUR BRAIN
  • How do you find pleasure outside of instant gratification?
  • What is a fetish?
  • Does ‘Don’t yuck my yum’ enable problematic fetishes?
  • Can you ever over-masturbate?
  • How to have an honest and open dialogue about fetishes with your conservative partner
  • What is age play? Is age play unethical?
  • How to use dating apps to find your unicorn
  • Should use a sex worker for your next threesome?
  • 10 things your can do to optimise your dating profile to attract your unicorn
  • How to deal with jealousy during a threesome
  • Where does shame come from?
  • Everything is about sex. Except sex. Sex is about power
  • Body positivity as an empowering tool in the labour force
  • How can men be an ally?
  • Get your Peg the Patriarchy Panties here.
  • Fuck Like a Goddess – the official underwear.
  • The rise of anal pay in mainstream media.
  • What makes a body-safe sex toy?
  • Can you put a crystals (yoni eggs) in your vagina?
  • What is Feminine Dominance (femme domme)?
You can find more information about Luna’s workshops via her website.
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All We Cannot Say is a dating podcast that explores love, sex, joy and heartbreak through a lens of philosophical enquiry. Subscribe via iTunes to learn more about relationships 2.0, ethical non-monogamy, sexuality, lgbt issues, modern romance, adventures on Tinder, online dating, compassion, empathy, sex tech and more.

 

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