Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, is an interview series about love and sex through the lens of Mormon upbringing. Our conversations dive into the confusing nature of growing up in Mormonism where sexuality is taught as something that's beautiful and sacred, but can only be explored after you're married- usually very quickly in between the temple sealing and the reception in the back of an '88 Mercury Tracer. Recorded in Los Angeles, we speak with post-mormons, ex-mormons, jacked-mormons, and active mormons alike about their parents' timid explanations of where babies come from, awkward bishop interviews that mostly focus on masturbation, first sexual experiences, current outlook on sex, and more.
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Welcome back to Celestial Sex! Wow, its been a while and everything has changed. We missed you! Our guest this week is the director of the short film "The Touch of the Master's Hand" premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Mr. Gregory Barnes. In this episode we discuss his upbringing as the son of a Mormon bishop, his friendship with Colin when they were teenagers, the sex talk with his parents, masturbation and pornography, Greg's Mormon mission, BYU film school, divorce, and Greg's queer identity.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank conversations about sex and religion. This week we speak with Barak Hardley, an actor and comedian who has appeared on shows like Community and The Office and currently stars in the movie "Spell". He is also the co-host of "We're Starting a Cult" with Alexis Novack. We talk to Barak about going to Bible college and his experience church planting in Utah. We also discuss his exit from the ministry, embracing sexuality, and becoming an atheist.
You can follow Barak's podcast on Instagram @startingacult and Barak @barakhardley.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (YES) 6969-LDS.
Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have open conversations about sex and religion. This week we sit down with Kim Reed to discuss her Mormon upbringing, physically developing early and dealing with negative attention from people. Kim talks about her breast reduction and the events that led to making that decision. We also discuss the important differences between LDS doctrine, the gospel, and LDS culture.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank conversations about sex in the context of a religious upbringing. In this episode we talk with Sara Hanks about her experience growing up Mormon, puberty, dealing with pain during sex, and her perspective on the law of chastity.
If you'd like to get in touch with us, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (YES) 6969-LDS
Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open discussions about sex and religion! On this episode, we speak with Rachel Favero about her relationship to and history with Mormonism, being a mother, and her perspective on sex positivity, masturbation, body image, and more. Lots to look forward to in her episode!
If you'd like to follow her on social media you can find her at @momishness on Instagram.
If you'd like to reach out to us, you can at email@example.com or on Twitter and Instagram @celestialsexpod, or call us at YES-6969-LDS
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