139 episodes

Deep conversations with women about their personal experience of sex and female sexuality.

Sex and Intimacy Coach Leah Carey hosts the type of conversations you usually only have with your best girlfriend late at night over a bottle of wine. Leah interviews people (including people brought up as little girls plus transgender women) of all sizes, shapes, ages, orientations, relationship structures, kink levels, races, religions, cultural backgrounds, and more.

The conversations on Good Girls Talk About Sex are warm, welcoming, and non-judgmental. You are likely to hear stories that reflect your own experiences and let you know that you're not alone. You're also likely to hear stories that broaden your ideas about what is "normal" and introduce you to exciting new experiences!

You will probably LOVE this show if:
* You crave late-night conversations with friends about sex
* You've ever wondered if your sexual needs, desires, or fantasies are "normal"
* You're curious about sex but don't have anyone in your life to talk about it with

You will probably NOT LIKE this show if:
* You are uncomfortable hearing people talk about sex and their bodies in frank terms
* You are uncomfortable with swearing and/or raw displays of emotion
* You believe sex should only happen between a man and a woman within the confines of marriage

Most guests appear anonymously so they're free to tell the good, the bad, and the titillating! These conversations are explicit but never salacious.

Good Girls Talk About Sex Leah Carey

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.5 • 117 Ratings

Deep conversations with women about their personal experience of sex and female sexuality.

Sex and Intimacy Coach Leah Carey hosts the type of conversations you usually only have with your best girlfriend late at night over a bottle of wine. Leah interviews people (including people brought up as little girls plus transgender women) of all sizes, shapes, ages, orientations, relationship structures, kink levels, races, religions, cultural backgrounds, and more.

The conversations on Good Girls Talk About Sex are warm, welcoming, and non-judgmental. You are likely to hear stories that reflect your own experiences and let you know that you're not alone. You're also likely to hear stories that broaden your ideas about what is "normal" and introduce you to exciting new experiences!

You will probably LOVE this show if:
* You crave late-night conversations with friends about sex
* You've ever wondered if your sexual needs, desires, or fantasies are "normal"
* You're curious about sex but don't have anyone in your life to talk about it with

You will probably NOT LIKE this show if:
* You are uncomfortable hearing people talk about sex and their bodies in frank terms
* You are uncomfortable with swearing and/or raw displays of emotion
* You believe sex should only happen between a man and a woman within the confines of marriage

Most guests appear anonymously so they're free to tell the good, the bad, and the titillating! These conversations are explicit but never salacious.

    I was a really horny kid - Carla

    I was a really horny kid - Carla

    A horny ex-Catholic joins us from the Netherlands to give us the low-down on how living in a liberal country but growing up in an oppressive family gave her all sorts of mixed-up and downright wrong messages. It’s something like a double-negative version of universes colliding to form new yeses. She’s now a mother of five, and currently balancing sex and motherhood and an unconventional family arrangement.
    Carla is a 45-year-old cisgender woman who describes herself as Black, heteroflexible, and partnered. She has five children and she said her preferred relationship style is, “If we talk about it and we’re on the same page, it’s okay.”
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/horny-carla

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Opening my relationship made it even better - Leah

    Opening my relationship made it even better - Leah

    Leah sits down with her good friend Danielle of the Marriage & Martinis podcast to talk about her own relationship.
    The two discuss Leah's new adventure into pursuing an open relationship with her long-time partner.
    How did they know it was the right time to explore non-monogamy? What is different about their relationship now that allows them to trust one another enough to pursue sexual experiences outside of their relationship? What are the boundaries for sexual encounters outside their primary relationship? What can we learn from healthy open relationship about how all couples can communicate around sex and relationships? This episode is filled with important advice for any couple who feels like improved interactions could lead to deeper intimacy and a better, more fulfilling sex life.
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/marriage-and-martinis

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Sex on my period feels better - Monica

    Sex on my period feels better - Monica

    When a dancer goes from embodying the feminine ideal to challenging it, beauty and gender standards are thrown into beautiful disarray. Monica began shaving and bleaching her bountiful body hair when she was 8. Two years ago, she finally rebelled and launched the Wet Hairy Woman project. She continues to untangle her preconceived notions around sexual and gender orientation and is learning to overcome her trauma responses while celebrating her true nature at every level. In other words ... she's gone guerrilla by going gorilla.
    See then and now photos and videos at https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/monica-steffey-then-and-now/
    Monica Steffey is a 26-year-old, cisgender woman. She describes herself as white, bisexual, currently monogamous and interested in exploring, and single. She describes her body as athletic.
     
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/wet-hairy-monica

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Herpes isn't as stigmatized in Europe - Deidre

    Herpes isn't as stigmatized in Europe - Deidre

    The road to reclaiming consent is extra-long when it begins at age 3, and even more complicated by undiagnosed mental health disorders. For Deidre, a lifetime of sexual assault and a growing substance problem led to a rock bottom that included a BPD diagnosis. Today she's feeling healthy mentally and in a wonderful new relationship.
    Deidre is a 31-year-old non-binary person who uses both she and they pronouns and doesn’t have a preference for either one. Deidre describes herself as white, lesbian, monogamous, and partnered. She grew up in Canada and now lives in Germany. She describes her body as average.
     
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/bpd-and-hsv-deidre

    • 1 hr 18 min
    My throat isn't a virgin but my kitty is - Kyndra

    My throat isn't a virgin but my kitty is - Kyndra

    What do you call a virgin who loves getting head? A comedian!
    Kyndra Crump takes a deep dive into heteroflexibility and gets some re-education about why losing your virginity doesn’t have to hurt—especially if you already like the rest of the stuff. She also learns about swingers-club protocols when she opens up about her exhibitionist desires.
    Kyndra is a 25-year-old cisgender woman. She describes herself as Black, monogamous with a curiosity about polyamory, single, and heteroflexible (she says she’s about 70% into men and 30% into women). She grew up in an evangelical Christian home and she describes her body as an hourglass or a Coke bottle.
     
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    https://www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/throat-not-virgin-kyndra

    • 1 hr 7 min
    No f***s given - Maya Strom

    No f***s given - Maya Strom

    Is it true that sex will become less fun - or even painful 😬 - after menopause? Is there any way to stop the changes that happen to our bodies as we get older?
    Today I have a special guest: MY OWN health care provider! She's passionate about women's health and I trust her completely.
    My favorite part of this episode: Maya's theory on why women have so few f***s to give as they get into their 40s and 50s (hint: it has to do with their hormone levels).
    You can find Maya at www.mayastrom.com.
    Support the show:
    www.patreon.com/goodgirlstalkaboutsex
    Full show notes: 
    www.goodgirlstalk.com/posts/podcast/maya-strom

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
117 Ratings

117 Ratings

TWL51 ,

Interesting conversations

I’m an older straight male. I find most of these conversations illuminating about the sexual journey we all make. It is distressing that conservative religious upbringing is often the source of source of so much sexual angst (certainly part of mine). But, heartening that these women are often able to shake off its chains and find rewarding and exhilarating sex lives.

plzNot Again ,

Maybe 2.5

The people interviewed are amazing. They share and educate in very informative ways. Everyone is so open about their sexuality and self discovery.
However, I don’t understand how you can acknowledge trans and non-binary people but then you generalize how female and males behaviors are without even citing a study. She spends 15 minutes ranting about how a woman is a victim of all these factors … and then do a two second disclaimer saying “oh well, it can happen to boys too, but it’s a girl problem”.
Too many rants about how to find yourself as a woman to be a victim and not enough about accountability.
Also, she injects her political beliefs too often. How can you claim to have a judgement free zone as a sex and relationship counselor when you make a point to bring up your distaste for Trump, and then an overall lack of understanding with religion as it pertains to sexual identities and the way it shapes sexuality. She asks about this in an interview and then openly expresses judgement. I guess the judgement free zone only applies to certain people.
Quite enjoyable if you don’t mind skipping through her rants and listening to the guest.

Jessica Hill Powell ,

Exactly what I didn’t know I needed!

This podcast has helped me tremendously as I unpack many issues around sexuality. It normalizes things I thought were abnormal and only I experienced (not reality!) which has helped me to begin releasing shame around my desires and sex in general. Being able to listen to other women talk openly about their sex lives and history has helped me start to put together some of the puzzle pieces of my own story. Very empowering. Many thanks to Leah, the podcast creator, for the important work she is doing!!!

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