5 episodes

Welcome to Project SuccSexful: a SexEd Unfiltered Podcast series launched in partnership with Putali Nepal and StandweSpeak; in collaboration with Yunus and Youth.

Our motto of launching this project is to spread awareness and create a broader understanding of the issues that are most relevant to us and something we can relate to regardless of our nationality, or different societal upbringing. The episode revolves around different aspects of love, relationships, sex, and identity.

SexEd Unfiltered‪!‬ Priyal Agrawal & Aishwarya Rani Singh

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome to Project SuccSexful: a SexEd Unfiltered Podcast series launched in partnership with Putali Nepal and StandweSpeak; in collaboration with Yunus and Youth.

Our motto of launching this project is to spread awareness and create a broader understanding of the issues that are most relevant to us and something we can relate to regardless of our nationality, or different societal upbringing. The episode revolves around different aspects of love, relationships, sex, and identity.

    Expressing Myself, My Way!

    Expressing Myself, My Way!

    I, me and myself is a very personal indication that often tries to reflect an individual’s personal choices when they express themselves. 21st-century world is emboldened with movements demanding personal freedom and protection of human and individual rights thereby fortifying individual’s right to feel, be and express the way they want to. Are rights, freedom and choices even existential or are these matters only relevant for policy discussions and arguments? If they do exist, who is responsible for protecting these rights? Is it the government, society, family or the individuals themselves?

    Is there an unspoken and unseen societal decorum that individuals still have to abide by when it comes to expressing themselves and accepting a particular gender role just in order to be accepted by the society? How long will it take for society to accept the individuals for who they really are and allow them to live the life they want to without succumbing to shame, embarrassment and vulnerability. Ultimately who are we to even judge how I, Me and Myself should express themselves as?

    • 52 min
    Pain is pleasure?

    Pain is pleasure?

    The opinion and perceptions associated with sex and relationship vary across the world. In some parts of the world, it is considered taboo to even speak about sex or have sex before marriage, whereas in other parts of the world it is as normal as it could be. Likewise in some parts of the world having more than one relationship and standing up for yourself is considered as a sign of empowerment whereas in other parts obliging and being loyal to just one partner regardless of what the relationship might look like is considered as the most noteworthy thing to do. Regardless of the different perception that exists, we can never deny the fact that relationship and sex will be with us as long as the human race continues to exist. So who are we to judge as to what one prefers and why should we shy away from expressing our personal preferences when it comes to sex and relationship? Amidst the different opinions and preferences surrounding relationship and sex, in this episode, we want to explore and understand the preference an individual holds when it comes to relating oneself with either pain, pleasure, or both in a relationship.

    • 24 min
    How do you see me?

    How do you see me?

    We all are very familiar with the most popular saying “ Don't judge a book by its cover." The saying might have started to sound cliché perhaps due to its overuse but let’s not all forget the depth the saying holds. To what extent have we actually imbibed the teaching this saying provides? Are we way too conscious about how others see us and are our physical appearance the only thing that matters? Have we let others' opinions influence our thinking about ourselves, be it either positively or negatively? Well, we indeed have lots of questions we are trying to find answers to and we can’t wait to invite our guests for today’s episode to answer the questions surrounding body positivity.

    • 30 min
    The Art of Saying No!

    The Art of Saying No!

    Saying yes or no in regards to responding to any life situation is clearly based on one's personal choice and preferences. "No" is just a one-word response, however, it's very intriguing to realize that most of the time individuals become subject to the influence of their surroundings, and so trapped in the societal perception that as much as the response is supposed to come with clarity, it might not. Especially when it comes to having rights over your own body and emotions, how often do we take a stand for what matters to us? How often do we set boundaries for ourselves and communicate about it honestly to our partners? And what other factors could possibly influence our response and our choices? Moreover, should giving a simple one-word answer as NO, be an art that one should actually learn in order to live the life one actually deserves? Let's find out.

    • 35 min
    What is love anyway?

    What is love anyway?

    Love and Relationship have been something we have been breathing, living, listening, and experiencing ever since we have stepped into this earth. From transitioning from an era of expressing and connecting with your lovers through handwritten notes taking days and months to reach its destination, to living in a digital world where online dating has become so normal, and instant connection through digital media has started to rule? Do love and relationship still hold the flame in the purest, truest sense as it was and is supposed to? How common and normal is it to have multiple breakups, have casual dates, or even forever be committed to just one relationship? Is it necessary to marry the man you truly love? And what is love anyway? Let's find out.

    • 55 min

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