• Ep 33: Re-Define Reproductive Health Care, Birth Control Access & Inclusion ft. Dallas, CEO of Reya

    Dallas is the founder and CEO of FemTech startup Reya Health. Reya makes navigating birth control easy and empowering for people with periods. Reya’s digital platform and smart algorithms utilize in depth member profiles to match people with birth control solutions and help them manage any side effects or symptoms. Reya is a Founder Institute portfolio company of the 2020 Silicon Valley cohort, was featured on CBC Radio, and the FemTech Focus podcast among numerous others.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • How Reya Health is changing the game in reproductive health care for people with ovaries
    • CEO Dallas’ 5+ year nightmare with doctor’s conventional approach to birth control
    • Shifting out of a one size fits all approach to contraception and reproductive health
    • Creating space for a more nuanced conversation beyond demonizing all birth control methods
    • Trauma-informed contraceptive counselling and how to advocate yourself at the doctor's office
    • Different reasons folks may go on birth control or seek reproductive health care beyond pregnancy prevention (ie. PCOS, endometriosis management)
    • Birth control inclusion (LGBTQIA+) and accessibility and how this relates to abortion


    Learn more at https://www.reyahealth.ca/

    Follow @ReyaHealth and @marleeliss

    Attend Marlee's Free BOUNDARY BREAKDOWN training May 30th: https://www.marleeliss.com/boundaries

    Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLTBQIA+ Community by Marlee Liss and @whatsmybodydoing at: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    Learn about the Sensual Wholeness Academy & book your 1-1 call with Marlee: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    52m | May 26, 2022
  • Ep 32: Consent Education + the Truth about Hormones & Desire with Dr. Lisa Dawn

    Lisa Dawn Hamilton is an associate professor of Psychology at Mount Allison University. She is a sex educator, sex researcher, and total sex geek. She hosts a podcast called Do We Know Things? that digs into research and interviews experts about things we often misunderstand about sex.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • How we can use sex education to reduce sexual violence
    • Do men have higher sexual desire than women?
    • How do hormones like testosterone actually play into sexual desire and consent
    • How different cultures and historical periods associate sexuality with gender dynamics
    • Expansive consent education and the importance of no means no vs. yes means yes
    • Communicating desires and limitations beyond our gendered conditioning
    • A pleasure-positive approach to consent education


    Follow us on IG: @doweknowthings and @marleeliss

    Follow Lisa Dawn's podcast Do We Know Things here: https://www.doweknowthings.com/episodes

    Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Space: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    Claim your free 1-1 call with Marlee & learn about her somatic coaching programs for Sensual Reclamation here: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    49m | May 18, 2022
  • Ep 31: The Power of Femininity, Femme Theory & the End of Femmephobia ft. Dr. Rhea Hoskin

    Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin is an interdisciplinary feminist sociologist whose work focuses on Critical Femininities, Femme Theory, and femmephobia. Her work examines perceptions of femininity and sources of prejudice rooted in the devaluation or regulation of femininity. Dr. Hoskin is an Ontario Women’s Health Scholar and an AMTD Global Talent Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Waterloo, where she is cross-appointed to the departments of Sociology & Legal Studies, and Sexuality, Marriage, & Family Studies. She completed her MA in Gender Studies and her PhD in Sociology from Queen’s University. In 2019, she was awarded the Governor General’s Academic Gold Medal at Queen’s University for her doctoral work. 

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • What led Dr. Hoskin to this work of studying femme theory and challenging femmephobia
    • How femininity is regulated, devalued and informed by power structures
    • Unpacking the assumption that femme expression exists for men's attention
    • Defining femmephobia and the role that it plays in gender-based violence and rape culture
    • The radical nature of queer femme identity and challenging femme invisibility


    57m | May 11, 2022
  • Ep 30: Gay TikTok, LGBTQ+ Empowerment & De-fluffing Self-Love with Arielle D'Angelo

    Arielle D’Angelo is an LGBTQ+ self-love and empowerment coach. Arielle’s mission is to help LGBTQ+ humans live their most empowered and liberated lives rooted in radical self-love and authenticity.

    In this episode we dive into:

    • Arielle’s coming out journey and work as an LGBTQIA+ self-love & mental health coach 
    • Going viral on Tik Tok through gay memes and working through fear around being out, loud and proud
    • We discuss some of the barriers to coming out both circumstantial and internal
    • Navigating heteronormativity in the media and unlearning shame
    • Encouragement for folks navigating shame, questioning sexuality or moving through a coming out journey
    • Working through fear of rejection & abandonment as we claim our authentic selves 
    • De-fluffing and defining self-love and ditching people pleasing
    • Validating queerness & authentic identity in our inner world and through prioritizing self-love
    • Reckoning with labels and the pressure or relief that can come from claiming a word


    1h 1m | May 4, 2022
  • Ep 29: Sobriety & Recovery, Inclusive Spirituality & the School of Rock ft. Rivkah Reyes

    Rivkah Reyes is a queer Filipina Jewish actor, comedian, writer, musician and witch. They’ve been acting on stage and screen since they were 10 years old and are the host of the podcast Where Are We Now?

    In this episode we dive into:

    • Rivkah shares their journey with sobriety and the roots of their addiction
    • Rivkah’s experience being featured in School of Rock and how growing up in the acting industry shaped them
    • The catalyst for Rivkah’s recovery journey after battling addiction to substances, disordered eating, drama, love, hypo + hypersexuality
    • Breaking down the illusive before and after binary on the healing journey
    • Shifting out of spiritual bypassing and challenging the glorification of extreme independence 
    • Shedding shame around needing people, solidarity and sobriety 
    • Connecting with spirituality in a way that feels genuinely empowering and authentic for ourselves 
    • Navigating perfectionism and embracing ourselves as works in progress


    -Follow @rivkah.reyes and @marleeliss on IG

    -Book a session with Rivkah: https://rivkahreadings.as.me/schedule.php

    -Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Space: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    -Get the Sensual Wholeness Academy details & claim your free 1-1 call with Marlee: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    1h 1m | Mar 30, 2022
  • Ep 28: Coming Out as Transmasculine, Diversity in Porn & the Sex Workers Project ft. Max Skaff

    Maximus Skaff is a New York City/Puerto Rico based Transmasculine writer, director, cinematographer, & editor who’s visual talents have been featured in New York Magazine, Huffington Post, NPR, New York Times, among others. His films have been screened globally and won awards at festivals such as SIFF and NewFest. His latest documentary, Sex(ual) Healing is now on exhibit at The Museum of Sex until February 8th, 2022 in the 3rd floor exhibit, ‘Reclaiming & Making: Art, Desire, Violence’. His full service production company, 422Luxe, specializes in works that range from narrative short films, to documentaries, to branded content, and to music videos. 422Luxe focuses in offering diverse LGBTQ+ and responsible sex industry perspectives through their work.

    In this episode we dive into..

    • Max journey claiming identity & sexual empowerment as a transmasculine person
    • Destigmatizing & decriminalizing sex work through filmmaking and the Sex Workers Project
    • Navigating gender dysphoria and healing relationship to our bodies
    • The need for trans bodies in ethical porn and empowering representation
    • Second adolescence and the queer experience; grieving + making up for authentic younger years


    Follow us on Instagram @unclemaxieboy + @marleeliss and learn more at www.maxskaff.com

    Sex Workers Project and Doc: https://swp.urbanjustice.org/sexual-healing/ 

    Join/get details on the F*ck Comphet Support Club 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Space here: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    Claim your free 1-1 call with Marlee & learn more about the Sensual Wholeness Academy here: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    54m | Mar 23, 2022
  • Ep 27: Trauma-informed Intimacy, Oral Sex & Inclusive Pleasure ft. Lorals Founder Melanie Cristol

    Melanie Cristol is the founder and CEO of Lorals, which makes ultra-thin, silky latex underwear that helps more people say yes to oral sex & pleasure! She studied Sociology at Columbia University and received her JD from Columbia Law School. Prior to creating and patenting Lorals, Melanie was a healthcare and consumer products attorney, and she was part of the legal team that secured gay marriage rights for the western United States. Melanie also fought for LGBTQ rights in California and Ohio as a field organizer with the National LGBTQ Task Force. As inventor and CEO of Lorals, Melanie holds 4 patents, and has been featured in the NYTimes, Fast Company, and Cosmopolitan, and has been a speaker at SXSW, Lesbians Who Tech, and the Sex Expo.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Melanie’s work with Lorals revolutionizing and enhancing access to oral sex
    • What holds folks back from oral sex beyond STI prevention 
    • Breaking down stigma, myths and misconceptions around oral sex
    • The ways that cis-heteronormative reproductive values of sex are still woven into the modern world of advertising
    • Oral sex as an avenue for embodied presence, trauma-informed intimacy and shifting out of dissociation
    • Diversity in pleasure and reasons barriers during oral sex can feel important and empowering (navigating trauma, genital shame, menstruation and boundaries, and gender dysphoria) 
    • The balance between transforming sexual shame and being patient/gentle with ourselves & our limits 
    • Queering sex, letting go of sexual scripts and how unlearning compulsory heterosexuality can shift everyones sex life 
    • Navigating censorship around sexual wellness on social media


    -Check out Lorals here: https://mylorals.com/

    -Follow Lorals on IG @mylorals and @marleeliss

    -Get the details or join the F*ck Comphet Support Club here: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    -Get the details for the Sensual Wholeness Academy and/or book your free 1-1 consult call with Marlee here: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    -Book/inquire about Marlee's speaking for Sexual Assault Awareness Month: https://www.marleeliss.com/speaking

    1h 4m | Mar 16, 2022
  • Ep 26: Abolition, Transformative Justice & Faith in Humanity ft. Brea Baker

    Brea Baker is a writer and freedom fighter who has been working on the frontlines for almost a decade first as a student activist and now as a national and global strategist. In that time, she has contributed to dozens of electoral and advocacy campaigns including the 2017 Women’s March (where she served as the youngest national organizer), the 2018 student walkouts against gun violence, Jumaane Williams’ successful bid for NYC Public Advocate, and more. Brea has been recognized as a 2017 Glamour Woman of the Year (Women's March), and 2019 i-D Up and Rising. She has a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University where she held internships with the U.S. Department of State, Public Defender Service DC, and served as President of Yale’s NAACP Chapter and Co-Director of AIDS Walk New Haven.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Brea's journey to finding abolition and waking up to the injustice of the criminal justice system
    • Avoiding burnout in activism and claiming faith in humanity 
    • Defining transformative justice and putting harm in context
    • The parallels between gentle parenting and restorative principles
    • The history of the police rooted in racism and slavery, going beyond reform and focusing on transformation
    • How believing in other people’s transformation contributes to our own well-being
    • Weaving principles of abolition and transformative justice into our interpersonal relationships and communities

    Links: Follow Brea on Instagram at @freckledwhileblack and Marlee at @marleeliss

    Details and/or join F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Space here: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    Details and/or claim your free 1-1 call with Marlee for the Sensual Wholeness Academy here: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    Learn more about Marlee's speaking offerings at www.marleeliss.com/speaking

    1h 8m | Mar 9, 2022
  • Ep 25: The Role of Art in Healing Trauma, Titty Trampolines & the Museum of Sex ft. Emily Shoyer

    Emily Shoyer is the Consulting Curator at the Museum of Sex in New York City while she pursues her PhD in the History of Art at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania where she focuses on the intersections of contemporary art and traumatic experience through a decolonial and psychoanalytic lens. In November she opened "Reclaiming & Making: Art, Desire, Violence" at the Museum of Sex, an exhibition confronting the complex relationship between sex and violence through the artwork of 15 living female and non-binary artists and organizations. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University and an M.A. in Art History from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University and has held curatorial positions at the Museum of Modern Art, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and the Jewish Museum.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • The intersections of contemporary art and sexual trauma
    • Art as terrain for marginalized folk to share voice & story
    • Art as window into lived experience and stories you may otherwise not hear
    • Art as an avenue for healing and processing trauma 
    • Addressing female genital mutilation and imagined violence for marginalized communities through art
    • The role that art and writing played in Marlee’s healing after sexual trauma
    • Conversations around sexuality that reflect wholeness: from violence to beautiful erotic experience
    • Social media censorship and the harmful impact of suppression
    • Defining resiliency in the survivor community
    • Empowered choice when it comes to how we do or don't share our stories; overcoming shame around ‘sensationalizing’ our stories

    Follow the Museum of Sex on Twitter: https://twitter.com/museumofsex?lang=en and at https://www.museumofsex.com/

    Follow @marleeliss and @emmshoyy

    Learn more about Marlee's group coaching program the Sensual Wholeness Academy: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    Claim your free 1-1 connect call with Marlee: https://itssessiontime.youcanbook.me/

    Join/learn more about the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Space: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    1h 3m | Feb 23, 2022
  • Ep 24: Jealousy within Relationship, Polyamory & All Things Kink with Reva Wild

    Reva Wild is an Embodied Desire Coach specializing in guiding fem folks to feel alive in their bodies, connecting with the full spectrum of their sexuality and feel confident flirting, dating and communicating in relationship. She has over 10 years of experience in academic, experiential, community and underworld fields of what it deeply means to heal the shame, trauma and fear around sexuality, desire and pleasure. Queer, kinky and polyamorous, she jokes about loving to play relationship on expert level.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • How Reva realized and claimed her polyamorous, queer and kinkster identity
    • The intersection of body-based bullying, fatness and sexuality 
    • Defining polyamory and questioning monogamy as the default
    • Navigating jealousy in relationships and varying attachment styles
    • How trauma weaves into relationships and how we can bring more sense of safety into that connection
    • Defining kink and BDSM and how Reva’s experiences with kink have helped transform body shame
    • Defaulting into normative identities vs. empowered choice

    Check out Reva's Masterclass on Embodied Desire:  https://www.embodieddesire.com/Embodied-Desire-1hr-masterclass

    Follow Reva on IG @eroticembodied and Marlee at @marleeliss

    Learn more about Marlee's coaching program the Sensual Wholeness Academy & claim your free 1-1 call at: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Community & Connection Space here: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    50m | Feb 16, 2022
  • Ep 23: Sensual Selfies, Performative Pleasure & Guilt-Free Rest with Layci Love

    Layci Harris is a Sensual Self-Love Coach, empowering those that seek a deeper connection to sensuality. Her signature workshop, Sensual Selfie Session, gives you permission to see yourself as a sensual being and teaches how to capture your feel good.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Layci shares her journey to sensual empowerment
    • Defining sensuality and embodiment
    • Breaking through the myth that pleasure is selfish
    • How to distinguish between performative pleasure (objectification) vs. Authentic pleasure (empowerment)
    • Empowered sensual expression in environments where this is controversial and stigmatized
    • The ripples of our reclamation and how self-neglect harms ourselves and others
    • Toxic positivity vs. Authentic joy and pleasure
    • The power of the sensual selfie to challenge objectification and reclaim erotic expression
    • Layci’s top tips for taking a sensual selfie; prioritizing feeling > aesthetic 

    Follow Layci on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laycilove/

    Check out Marlee's Sensual Wholeness Academy & book a free 1-1 consult call: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club 2SLGBTQIA+ community space: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    53m | Feb 9, 2022
  • Ep 22: Healing Trauma, Hypersexuality & Survivor Reclamation ft. Isa x Nina of @IAMEMPWR

    Isa and Nina are the amazing founders of @iamempwr (+160K IG community & organization). EMPWR started off with two survivors wanting a space to share the wisdom and information that has helped them along their healing journeys. Our mission at EMPWR. has always been to promote the healing and empowerment of all those impacted by sexual or relationship trauma by making healing more approachable and accessible. We believe that healing and empowerment is your right.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Isa & Nina share about healing trauma what led them to form EMPWR
    • The importance of community & solidarity as survivors 
    • Defining the word survivor and navigating ‘survivor imposter syndrome’ - not minimizing or comparing our stories
    • The biggest myths around the survivor experience
    • Role modelling our right to boundaries and choice in disclosing
    • Navigating self-blame and compassion for our coping mechanisms 
    • Shedding shame, destigmatizing and understanding hypersexuality as a survival mechanism after trauma
    • The distinction between genuine sexual liberation and hypersexuality beyond appearance
    • The EMPWR Healing Fund and how Isa x Nina are supporting survivors financially

    Join us for our FREE Feb 10th Valentines Self-Love Workshop FOR and BY Survivors! Register here (space is limited): https://www.marleeliss.com/valentines

    Follow @iamempwr and @marleeliss on IG and learn more: https://www.iamempwr.com/

    EMPWR healing fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/empwr-mutual-aid-fund

    Learn more about the Sensual Wholeness Academy: https://www.marleeliss.com/SWA

    59m | Feb 2, 2022
  • Ep 21: Challenging Stigma & Re-Empowerment After Incarceration ft. Emily O'Brien

    Emily O’Brien is an entrepreneur and the founder of Comeback Snacks—a specialty popcorn company that challenges the status quo. After being sentenced to a four-year jail term stemming from her battle with addiction, Emily set out on the mission to get clean, transform herself, and make her time in jail as meaningful as possible. Aware of the hardships of being incarcerated, Emily is driven to help remove the stigma surrounding people with prior convictions, as well as give them opportunities for reintegration through training, empowerment and education. As a leading voice in this unique movement, Emily has been frequently called upon by various media outlets, including CBC, CTV, CHCH, VICE, Global, and more.

    In this episode we discuss:

    • Emily shares about her experience being incarcerated and starting her biz from prison
    • Emily shares the mission of comeback snacks to re-empower those who have been through the system 
    • We talk about the barriers and challenging of re-entering society after incarceration
    • Taking accountability while practicing self-compassion
    • Drug trafficking & acknowledging the coercion and lack of choice that interweaves with many people’s crimes, especially for women and marginalized communities
    • Lived experience as fuel for mission balanced by burnout prevention
    • The harm caused by labelling people and how stigma makes us all less safe
    • The invasive nature of parole and how excessive surveillance & humiliation tactics violate boundaries


    Follow Emily on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/comebacksnacks/?hl=en

    Follow Comeback Snacks on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/comebacksnacks

    Check out Marlee's offerings (both paid and free): https://www.marleeliss.com/workwithme

    Get Marlee's EBook '22 Journal Practices for Sensual Self-Love': https://www.marleeliss.com/22

    51m | Jan 26, 2022
  • Ep 20: Pro-Sex Feminist Research, Ethical Porn & Religious Shame ft. Sara Bruno

    Sara Bruno is a budding psychologist, published author, professional go-go dancer, producer, and model. She is currently undertaking her Master’s in counseling psychology at City University and is on the path of becoming a sex therapist. Through her research, education, and community, Sara explores sexual reclamation, social justice, and advocacy. Her goal is to join a sex-positive practice that allows her the freedom to develop and lead workshops, help people unlearn societal expectations and explore pleasure, offer a space for healing, and explore the mind, body, and spirit connection through trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness.

    In this episode we dive into:

    • How Western culture shaped Sara's relationship to sexuality
    • Breaking down the one size fits all narrative of what womanhood means
    • How diet culture weaves into our experience of sexuality
    • Challenging anti-porn feminism while also acknowledging the ways that mainstream porn negatively impacts us
    • Why the abstinence model of sex education is harmful and ineffective and some powerful alternatives
    • Navigating religiously enforced shame around masturbation and pleasure
    • Moving beyond conformity, beyond rebellion and into well-being as priority
    • Sexual harassment and the dance industry, Sara's work as a Burlesque dancer creating consent and policy protection for dancers

    Links/Resources: Get Marlee's EBook "22 Practices for Sensual Self-Love" for just $12 at https://www.marleeliss.com/22

    Claim your FREE 1-1 call with Marlee: https://itssessiontime.youcanbook.me/

    Connect with Sara: https://www.instagram.com/with.love.from.layla/


    Contact (all references mentioned available): sara.m.bruno@gmail.com

    54m | Jan 19, 2022
  • Ep 19: Authentic Gender Expression, Sex Work & Joyful Mornings ft. Yaz Harris

    Yaz Harris is a non-binary sex-worker, Middle Eastern queer who loves making people feel welcome. They developed a self-intimacy practice called YINTIMATE which uses movement and other practices that calm the nervous system enough to make space for play and pleasure. Yaz is an in dungeon pro-dominant as well as a queer community organizer. Their program Wake The Fuck Up is a (mostly) queer virtual community space for making the mornings not just tolerable, but joyful, specifically in the winter months.

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Yaz shares their own personal journey with claiming queerness and gender expression
    • How the pandemic catalyzed more authentic expression vs. Performative living
    • The role that fashion can play in empowering gender expression
    • We talk sex work, Yaz work as a dom & why it’s harmful to fixate on the empowering perspectives
    • Finding joy in the morning and why so many of us struggle with waking up
    • Shifting out of spiritual bypassing and into social awareness (whole approaches to spirituality)
    • The power of community > personal responsibility 
    • Imposter syndrome and owning our nerves; letting go of perfectionism and the pressure to hide insecurity


    51m | Jan 12, 2022
  • Ep 17: My Coming out Story, Comphet & Trauma vs. Queerness with Marlee

    In this solo episode with Marlee, we dive into:

    • Marlee shares her 26 year coming out journey & experience with compulsory heterosexuality
    • The importance of lesbian and queer femme representation
    • The intersection of surviving sexual assault and discovering queerness
    • Addressing the idea that: Sexual trauma can cause queerness
    • Overcoming fear of being predatory towards other women and non-binary folk
    • Claiming body trust instead of self-gaslighting
    • The power of community in normalizing our identities and ending shame

    Join the F*ck Comphet Support Club: 2SLGBTQIA+ Connection & Community Space here: https://www.patreon.com/FckComphetSupportClub

    Get Marlee's Free Training on "Sensual Self-Love & Embodied Safety" here: https://www.marleeliss.com/freetraining

    Follow Marlee on the gram: @MarleeLiss

    41m | Dec 29, 2021
  • Ep 16: Amplifying 2SLGBTQIA+ Jewish Voices, Antisemitism & Allyship ft. Hen Mazzig

    Hen Mazzig is an Israeli writer, a columnist for the Jewish Journal, and a speaker who has inspired thousands around the world with his story. He was named as one of the Algemeiner’s top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life in 2018 and 2021, Top 50 online pro-Israel Influencers, and Top 50 LGBTQ+ Influencers. Hen holds a BA in Middle Eastern and Jewish Studies from Bar Ilan University and hs is an energetic advocate for his people.  Hen’s award-winning articles have been published in the LA Times, Newsweek, NBC News, Haaretz, The Forward, Jewish Chronicle, International Business Times, and more. 

    In this episode, we dive into:

    • Hen shares from his family story from his lens as an LGBTQ+ Jew of colour 
    • What it means to be a secular Jew and the role that Hen played in my own journey of reclaiming Jewish identity
    • Defining zionism and claiming capacity to love and stand for BOTH Jewish and Palestinian lives
    • Recognizing antisemitism in progressive leftist narratives and ways to practice allyship
    • The parallels between coming out as queer and embracing Jewish identity
    • Unpacking the “Jewish American Princess” trope 
    • Restorative approaches for addressing antisemitism and challenging cancel culture
    • Why Judaism is more than religion and queerness is more than sexual preference

    Follow Hen on Instagram at: @HenMazzig and learn more at HenMazzig.com

    Access Marlee's Free Training on "Sensual Self-Love & Embodied Safety" here: https://www.marleeliss.com/freetraining

    Follow Marlee on Instagram at: @marleeliss

    1h 16m | Dec 21, 2021
  • Ep 15: Financial Empowerment, Sex Ed Biz & Pursuing our Dreams within Capitalism with Cameron Glover

    Cameron Glover (she/her) is a Black femme, certified sex educator, and business coach for sex educators. As the founder of Successful Sex Ed, she works with sexuality professionals to help them simplify their business for success. In addition, she also hosts the Become a Six-Figure Sex Educator podcast, where she shares insights and strategies on how to create a successful online sexuality business.

    In this episode we dive into:

    • Reflecting on our relationship to capitalism, money and our right to prioritize our peace
    • How Cameron became a coach for sex ed business owners & entrepreneurial empowerment
    • Financial empowerment vs. capitalist conformity: bridging income with impact
    • Empowering ourselves to take the leap and overcoming perfectionism & fear of failure
    • Boring abundance: Reframing what it means to be boring as a source of empowerment, joy and rest

    Cameron's Link to sign up for the "Simple Sexuality Business" private podcast: https://www.successfulsexed.com/simplepodcast 

    Learn more about Cameron's Sex Ed Business Academy: https://www.successfulsexed.com/sexedbusinessacademy 

    Follow Cameron on IG: @thecameronglover

    Free training with Marlee Dec 8th: How to Cultivate Sensual Self-Love & A Sense of Embodied Safety - Join my FB Group today for access: https://www.facebook.com/groups/senempowerment

    Join the F*ck Comp Het Support Club: 2SLGBTIA+ Community & Connection Space with Marlee & Eva Bloom: https://www.patreon.com/fckcomphetsupportclub

    Watch this interview on youtube: https://youtu.be/EaY7LzPaeCg

    59m | Dec 1, 2021
  • Ep 14: The Prison Within, Restorative Justice & Unapologetic Corniness with Katherin Hervey

    Katherin Hervey is an award-winning filmmaker whose work focuses on those of us who live in the margins but refuse to be marginalized. THE PRISON WITHIN, her award-winning first feature film, sprung from her work as a Los Angeles Public Defender and volunteer prison college instructor, where she worked weekly with men who had committed serious acts of violence and had been sentenced to die in prison. THE PRISON WITHIN premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, winning Best Social Justice Documentary, the first of 7 awards, including The 2021 Media for a Just Society Award. Katherin is a thought leader in the field of criminal justice reform, featured in the Business Insider, The Guardian, Forbes, and other publications, tv and radio shows, and podcasts.

    In this episode of The Sensual Revolution, we dive into:

    • Restorative justice & challenging the binary of good people vs. bad people
    • Katherin shares about her doc 'The Prison Within', following the transformative stories of ‘criminals’ and survivors
    • Why the prison system is ineffective, perpetuating violence & lacking accountability
    • Punitive approaches seeping into social justice spaces & the call for compassion
    • Unapologetic Corniness: Reclaiming our right to hold expectations of love, hope & transformation

    Check out the Prison Within doc here: https://theprisonwithin.org/

    Follow Katherin's work here: https://www.katherinhervey.com/

    Join Marlee for a FREE TRAINING on "How to cultivate sensual self-love and embodied safety" on Dec 8th by joining this group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/senempowerment

    Join the waitlist for Marlee & Eva Bloom's "F*ck Comp Het Support Club: A 2SLGBTIA+ Connection & Community Space" here: https://forms.gle/dy5xzZhKeD6v3j7q7

    1h 2m | Nov 24, 2021
  • Ep 13: Internalized Misogyny vs. the Bad B*tch Archetype with Ronak Panahi aka The Persian Pleasure Queen

    Ronak Panahi is a pleasure-based life coach. She helps women break the good girl patterns and step into their badassory by unleashing their inner bad bitch! Helping clients breaking through the patterns of self-sabotage and self-hate is her superpower! Her work is trauma informed and she helps people befriend their nervous system and create lasting change from a deeper level by working with their patterns, not against them. 

    In this episode we dive into...

    • Unlearning the Good Girl archetype
    • The universal conditioning we receive as females assigned at birth
    • Ronak’s journey from wearing a hijab to choosing the sensual reclamation path that worked for her
    • Identifying which of Ronak’s 4 good girl archetypes you are: The independent women, the sacrificer, the yes girl, the hero seeker
    • Reclaiming our boundaries, saying no and befriending your nervous system
    • Being in consent with yourself - especially during intimacy 
    • Reclaiming body wisdom and intuition through sensation 
    • Waking up to rape culture & claiming sexual empowerment
    • Defining the bad b*tch archetype as an alternative to conformity

    Ronak has developed a methodology called Bad Bitch Blueprint to help women step into flow of becoming the boss bitch they always wanted, in style and with pleasure: Now offering an Bad Bitch Blueprint Intensive https://ronakpanahi.as.me/BBBIntensive - Use code: MARLEE to get $100 off

    Follow Ronak on IG @the.pleasure.queen and Marlee at @marleeliss

    Join Marlee's Free Global Community for Sensual Reclamation here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/senempowerment

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    Watch this interview on youtube here: https://youtu.be/PkieuS2YVHQ

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