Sex is ubiquitous in our culture, from the media we consume to the music we listen to. It's often portrayed as a performance, a source of pleasure and a standard we're expected to meet. But is this the reality for most women?
Whitney’s guest, Janna Denton-Howes, is a marriage coach and host of “Wanting It More” podcast. She is on a mission to empower women who are married to men not just to want to have sex, but also to enjoy it more. She is sharing what women actually need when it comes to having fulfilling sexual experiences.
Their conversation includes how to talk to the younger generation of women about sex, what couples can do to deepen intimacy, what’s “normal,” and so much more.
Here’s what to look forward to in today’s episode The difference between sex in real life vs. on-screen sex
Why feeling safe is vitally important to women’s pleasure
Why Janna hates the terms low libido and low sex drive
Our sex lives don’t have to be explosive to be good
Janna defines pleasure as a sensation slightly more positive than neutral
The world is focused on arousal but there’s much more
How we can talk to our younger generation of women about sex
One question women could be asking themselves more: Why would I want sexual experiences to be part of my life for myself? What can it fulfill in my life? What can it bring to my life as an individual?
Janna and I would love to know what you connected with from today’s episode - has this shifted your thoughts on sex? Share today’s episode on Instagram and be sure to tag us - @jannadentonhowes and @Whitneywoman!
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