Brandon brings on 3 Sex and Relationship Coaches, sexological body workers, and somatic therapists to shine light on sex, intimacy, and dating for Asian men. This is a recording of a live QandA Panel hosted back in May 2020.
In this episode, we talked about:
10:41 How do you help your partner achieve an orgasm?
18:52 Does masturbating to porn affect sex drive?
26:50 What advice would you give to someone who never got sex teachings?
37:16 How can I shoot bigger loads?
41:17 How to deal with delayed ejaculation
53:13 Is cumming at the same time important?
53:38 Talking to men and other women about sexual hangups
58:17 The impact of sexuality myths in other cultures
01:04:30 How can we build confidence in our own sexual identity outside of societal expectations?
01:17:51 How do you stay emotionally engaged in relationships?
Connect with the coaches!Dori MeltonAs a Sex and Relationship Coach, my mission is to help people prioritize their pleasure as a way to deepen connection in their relationships.
I’m a big fan of LOVE but I learned through my own personal experience that it isn’t always enough. A few years ago my marriage of almost 30 years exploded and I was forced to go through the most difficult transition of my life. It was through that experience that I came to Somatica Sex and Relationship coaching. Although it was, at times, incredibly painful, I came away transformed and am currently living the life of my dreams, full of passion and more love than I imagined possible. I learned how to access and pursue my own desire and follow where that leads me. Today it has led me to help others like myself to go through similar transformations. A few of the areas that I specialize in are guiding individuals and couples in the journey of consensual non-monogamy and other alternative relationship paradigms and helping individuals explore their sexuality whether that is kink, BDSM, role play or the many other vast sex positive alternatives. I am open to all sexual orientations and identify as queer.
I have a MA in Clinical Psychology and worked for 10 years with children and families. That experience has given me a firm foundation in understanding attachment theory and the ability to explore difficult topics in a non-judgmental, non-shaming, compassionate way.
Kai WuKai Wu is a guide and facilitator who works in the realms of love, sex, and familial and ancestral healing. For over a decade she has supported people of all kinds so they can experience greater connection, peace, and freedom in their bodies, relationships, and communities. She believes that cultivating a sense of belonging and pleasure is essential resilience practice for navigating these uncertain times.
Some of her specialties and interests include supporting folks through significant life transitions, illness and trauma, unwinding body shame, and sexual challenges (particularly around performance, low libido and pain). Although she welcomes people of all identities, cultures, gender expressions, orientations, abilities and bodies, she is especially passionate about supporting those who want to be lovingly and fiercely held as they step more fully and authentically onto their lifepaths and missions, folks who are Asian/POC , and those who want to engage in Chinese/Asian cultural reclamation work. Her work is rooted in somatics, science, the erotic and the sacred. It can sometimes be hands-on. It is always trauma-informed, loving, and compassionate.
Kai is co-founder of San Francisco-based Embodiment Arts Collective, maintains membership in the American College of Sexologists, and is a senior faculty member of the Ecstatic Living Institute. She has also been faculty at the Somatica Institute. She holds certifications in Sexological Bodywork/Somatic Sex Education, SkyDancing Tantra, and the Somatica Method of sex and relationship coaching. She is multicultural, mu