georgia

Part 1 can be found on The A to Z of Sex.

Welcome to Sex Spoken Here. I’m Dr Lori Beth and I am your host.  Just a reminder this podcast deals with adult content, so if you don’t have total privacy, you might want to put on your headphones. Intimacy is defined as a close familiarity, deeply knowing another person.  Emotional intimacy is built by getting to know someone deeply – sharing confidences.  Physical intimacy includes many forms of sexual contact. Joining me today is Georgia Rose, found of G’s Spot – her digital platfrom that is devoted to female sexual pleasure and sensuality.

She says she has ‘launched this digital platform because it has profoundly affected me that beneath the projection of a progressive, educated and liberated society there lies the murky reality that female sexuality is still largely misunderstood, mystified and miscommunicated and I want to do something to change that.’  She has carried out her own survey on female sexual pleasure and over 500 people have completed it.  She is using her data and her platform to open up conversations about female sexuality that place the female body and experience at the core.

Listen to part 1 of this discussion on the A to Z of Sex ® I is for Intimacy: https://atozofsex.com/i-is-for-intimacy/ when I talk with Georgia further.

Georgia and I talked about everything from masturbation and being honest with yourself to creating intimacy by communication well to sexual revolution in the 60’s, 70’s and now.

Georgia is a millennial who is working on changing the way people look at female sexuality and spoke about perceived differences between current views and views from previous decades.

We agreed that often sexuality is still looked at from a male perspective or a male lens and that women still don’t have enough information and good education so that they can make good decisions about their own sexuality, sexual pleasure, health and enjoyment.

You can find Georgia on:

http://www.gs-spot.co.uk

Twitter and Instagram:

@georgias_spot

Thanks for joining me for the Sex Spoken Here this week. Write to me with suggestions for the show, questions you want answered at drbisbey@the-intimacy-coach.com , follow me on twitter, Instagram and Facebook.  Check out my YouTube channel: Dr Lori Beth Bisbey.  For a free 30-minute discovery session with me, go to https://the-intimacy-coach.com/ and head to my contact page to click on my calendar and schedule directly.  Look out for my new radio show in January. If you enjoy the show, please leave me a review on iTunes and Stitcher.

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