47 min

BODY IMAGE: Sex, Summer and Self-Objectification Exactly. With Florence Given

    • Society & Culture

Happy Monday Floss Fans! Welcome to the start of a brand new mini series. Today and for the next three weeks, Floss will be chatting to an awesome cadre of guests about Body Image. This week it’s the wonderful Dr. Lindsay Kite and Dr. Lexie Kite, identical twins, co-authors of the book More Than a Body: Your Body Is an Instrument, Not an Ornament  and directors of the nonprofit company Beauty Redefined. Their instagram is on fire with body image analysis and they use their doctorates, their platform and their book to espouse essential wisdom on the ways in which we’re all conditioned by capitalist patriarchy to think our perceived desirability is the most important thing about us.



Floss, Lindsay and Lexie chat about the male gaze, body resilience vs body positivity and beauty standards. So many of us feel such pressure to conform to certain ideals that unpacking our own autonomy over those choices becomes increasingly complicated. We’re taught to be so self-critical of the way that we look that we forget to be grateful for all the marvellous things our bodies can do. Later they deep dive into sex, and summer and how truly inhabiting your body can allow you to reclaim your rage.



“Prettiness is not the rent you pay to exist in the world as a woman”- Erin Mckean



“Women Don’t Owe You Pretty” - Florence Given



Original theme music by Black Honey. Find them on instagram - @blackhoneyuk



Instrumental bed is Black Honey’s song ‘Beaches’.



You can find Lindsay and Lexie on instagram @beauty_redefined



Click here and use the code EXACTLY to get 14 days’ free access to CHEEX - the new and revolutionary membership offering a safe space for sexual entertainment and education. The promo is valid for new customers when selecting the yearly subscription option. Cancel anytime during the trial period.



Find the transcript for this episode here: https://somethin-else.github.io/transcripts/exactly/s1e13.txt



This is a Somethin’ Else production.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Happy Monday Floss Fans! Welcome to the start of a brand new mini series. Today and for the next three weeks, Floss will be chatting to an awesome cadre of guests about Body Image. This week it’s the wonderful Dr. Lindsay Kite and Dr. Lexie Kite, identical twins, co-authors of the book More Than a Body: Your Body Is an Instrument, Not an Ornament  and directors of the nonprofit company Beauty Redefined. Their instagram is on fire with body image analysis and they use their doctorates, their platform and their book to espouse essential wisdom on the ways in which we’re all conditioned by capitalist patriarchy to think our perceived desirability is the most important thing about us.



Floss, Lindsay and Lexie chat about the male gaze, body resilience vs body positivity and beauty standards. So many of us feel such pressure to conform to certain ideals that unpacking our own autonomy over those choices becomes increasingly complicated. We’re taught to be so self-critical of the way that we look that we forget to be grateful for all the marvellous things our bodies can do. Later they deep dive into sex, and summer and how truly inhabiting your body can allow you to reclaim your rage.



“Prettiness is not the rent you pay to exist in the world as a woman”- Erin Mckean



“Women Don’t Owe You Pretty” - Florence Given



Original theme music by Black Honey. Find them on instagram - @blackhoneyuk



Instrumental bed is Black Honey’s song ‘Beaches’.



You can find Lindsay and Lexie on instagram @beauty_redefined



Click here and use the code EXACTLY to get 14 days’ free access to CHEEX - the new and revolutionary membership offering a safe space for sexual entertainment and education. The promo is valid for new customers when selecting the yearly subscription option. Cancel anytime during the trial period.



Find the transcript for this episode here: https://somethin-else.github.io/transcripts/exactly/s1e13.txt



This is a Somethin’ Else production.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

47 min

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