Conversations With Friends & Strangers : 7: Is a penis just not absurd?

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We’re still hung up on sex and love. Is there a biochemistry of love? And how do we talk about sex if it’s making us crazy with all these hormones? Dr. Justin Lehmiller helps us answer that question and shines a light on the role of sex education in learning to talk about sex. Noam tells the story we lovingly call ‘the art of the blowjob.’ Writer Lux Alptraum helps us feel better about our kinks. And then we look at the biological and cultural factors that color our views of sex and love with actor Tadgh Murphy, Dr. C. Sue Carter, and Dr. Martha Kauppi.
Dr. Ian Kerner
https://www.iankerner.com/
Dr. Ian Kerner’s best-selling book, She Comes First
https://www.amazon.com/dp/0060538260/
Dr. Justin Lehmiller
https://www.sexandpsychology.com
https://open.spotify.com/show/6DCIGjOUaenoKdY71N7NqI
Lux Alptraum
http://www.luxalptraum.com/
Lux Alptraum’s book, Faking It
https://www.sealpress.com/titles/lux-alptraum/faking-it/9781580057660/
Martha Kauppi
https://www.instituteforrelationalintimacy.com/
Dr. C. Sue Carter
https://kinseyinstitute.org/about/profiles/cscarter.php
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Conversations With Friends & Strangers
Welcome to Conversations With Friends and Strangers! Join Maggie & Noam as they take a closer look at the complicated relationships in the Hulu series, Conversations With Friends. They'll meet some of the cast and crew, chat with experts, and share their own kind of sexy, kind of uncomfortable, but relatable stories about the messy relationships we find ourselves in.<br />From Straw Hut Media 

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