5 Informative Podcasts That Anyone With A Vagina Will Appreciate
As anyone with one will know, vaginas are pretty interesting things. And while we all love to hate them (periods, yeast infections, the dreaded Pap smear…), deep down we know they’re pretty awesome and deserve more respect than they’re given. Here are five podcasts that will keep you entertained and empowered and maybe even teach you a thing or two about your va-jay-jay.
Guys We F****d
A super-empowering, anti-slut-shaming, no-holds-barred look at women and sex, this podcast wants us to know that we can have as much sex as we want with whoever we want without being ashamed or called a “whore” or a “slut”. Each week, hosts Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson interview men that they have had sex with and discuss everything from one night stands to dirty talk. The pair hope to make the world a more sex-positive place and encourage women to feel more comfortable with their sexuality and understand that there is no shame in having sex.
For Vaginas Only
Looking for information on your vagina? This is the podcast for you. Dr Charlsie Celestine is an obstetrics and gynaecology physician who uses her platform to explain things about the female body in simple, matter-of-fact (and sometimes sarcastic) ways. And she believes in the mantra: if you don’t understand your body, how is anyone else supposed to? Time to arm yourself with knowledge!
Ladies Night Podcast
Welcome To My Vagina
This podcast looks to destroy the taboo surrounding sex and put a stop to misogyny. Hosts Jessy Caron and Rebekah Frank offer you the sex education you didn’t get in school – informative and filled with humour and a lot of female empowerment. Get out your notebooks.
With the help of sex experts, confidence coaches and comedians, Cherry Healey, Lisa Williams and Anniki Sommerville talk about the highs and lows of sex. Steering away from sugar-coated perfection, the trio focuses on telling their audience exactly like it is. You’ll love it for its humorous, non-cringey approach to discussing sex.
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