Explore sex, health, and consciousness with your host Liz Goldwyn, founder of TheSexEd.com.
The Sex Ed is a digital platform dedicated to sex, health and consciousness. We are here to educate, inform and inspire new discussions around sexual wellness.
Each of our (s)experts have over 10,000 hours of experience in their respective fields. From clinical sexology and kink, to mindful meditation and sexual medicine— our goal is to help cultivate a deeper understanding, openness and acceptance of sex, health and consciousness.
The Sex Ed is committed to answering your questions about sexual health and wellness with up to date, practical advice and resources.
SEASON FINALE: Celibacy
What do you imagine when you hear the word celibacy? A monk taking a vow of chastity? Someone denying themselves pleasure? Do you think of incels posting misogynistic threads to Reddit in the dark? Do you imagine someone saving themselves for marriage or God? Do you think that if you go too long without penetrative sex, you’ll grow cobwebs? Do you consider celibacy the absence of all orgasms - including masturbation? Have you ever gone through a period of self-imposed celibacy? For our season three finale, Liz dives deep into the topic of CELIBACY with the help of some friends: Dr. Kate Lister, Shan Boodram, Weezy & Mandii of the Whoreible Decisions Podcast, Money Mark, Carolyn Murphy, Ramy Youssef, Bebe Buell, Mykki Blanco, Joanna Angel, Riley Reid, Kenneth Play, Justin Simien, Brianda Agramonte, and Alessandro Michele. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit TheSexEd.com for more!
SEX, DRUGS, & ROCK’N’ROLL feat. Bebe Buell & Pamela Des Barres
This week on The Sex Ed podcast, we're celebrating our 50th episode with an homage to Sex, Drugs & Rock'n'Roll of the 60s and 70s with legends Bebe Buell and Pamela Des Barres.
Pamela Des Barres and Bebe Buell are icons who have written groundbreaking, NY Times bestselling memoirs about their wild times loving and leaving some of the biggest rock stars of their day. Liz spoke with Bebe & Pamela about double standards, STDs, "free love" and the innocence of days gone by. Here's to a summer of love and revolution!
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Harvey Guillén is a GLAAD-award winning actor and producer who currently stars as Guillermo on the FX TV show, What We Do In The Shadows. Harvey joined me to discuss pansexual vampires; fatphobia in the LGBTQ community; sneaking into the 18+ section of Circus of Books as a teenager; and what his dream Hollywood project is. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit TheSexEd.com for more!
Justin Simien is the creator of the incredible film and Netflix series DEAR WHITE PEOPLE, which is now in its third season, and the upcoming film BAD HAIR. Liz spoke to this renaissance man about queer black cinema; being the target of alt-right trolls; how he learned to market films before he made one; Buddhism; Carl Jung, Terence Nance and more. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit TheSexEd.com for more!
Ramy Youssef is the Golden Globe-winning creator and star of RAMY on Hulu, which debuts its second season on May 29. Liz spoke with Ramy about faith and sex; observing Ramadan during quarantine; the differences between his fictional and real self; filling the void with emotional eating and porn; and how to find the middle ground between earthly desires and the divine. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit TheSexEd.com for more!
Dr. Kate Lister
Kate Lister is a historian and author of A CURIOUS HISTORY OF SEX, a new book that covers her years of research into the history of sex and sexuality. She is also the brains behind the popular website and twitter account, Whores of Yore. In this week’s episode, Kate and Liz discuss their favorite historical slang; masturbating medieval gargoyles; and how the Victorians used bicycles to get off. Be sure to follow us on IG @TheSexEd and visit TheSexEd.com for more!
Absolutely loved season 1 & 2
I thought both season 1 & 2 were highly informative and well done. Although I thought season 3 wasn’t quite what I was looking for, the episodes were still well produced and interesting
Cheeky, interesting, and important
In a society where so little is left to actual science and education concerning human sexuality and relevant subjects, resources like the ‘Sex Ex’ and the work they do are priceless and so important to the overall health and well-being of society.
Not just educational, but entertaining and diverse. If one episode isn’t for you, just go onto the next. There is something for everyone.
...not using language like “teaching boys how to process complex emotions”. While it’s good to address the ways our society teaches different skill sets to each gender, you become the prejudice we’re fighting against when you choose sexist and reductionist framing such as this