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Brie, aka ThatSexLady, has always been fascinated by the nuances of sex but only decided to become a full-on Sex Educator when giving a menstrual talk to some high school girls and one student raised their hand and asked, “But if you use a tampon, how will you pee?” And then again, it was reaffirmed when giving a talk on consent and safer sex when yet another one of Briana’s students asked, “Standing up sex is safe sex, right?”

She knew then and there that she had to reach the world with her knowledge of sex and dive deeper into researching all things sex-related. With a background in education, a Master in Psychology, and a Neuroscience of Mental Health from King’s College of London, Briana buckled up and decided to pursue a Certificate of Sex Education from The Sexual Health Alliance. 

When she’s not researching porn or sexuality, Briana works at Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest as their Community Engagement & Education Manager in Riverside County in California.

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Episode Navigation

00:01:44 Porn addiction
00:15:10 Sexual Attitude Reassessment (SAR)
00:30:10 Pivoting point to become a sex educator
00:36:49 Tips for exploring sexual pleasure
00:41:53 Safe space
00:50:48 Confidence and pleasure
01:06:39 Meaning of intimacy
01:10:16 Psychodrama
01:20:40 De-rolling rituals
01:26:48 De-rolling in porn


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Books mentioned in this episode:

Ethical porn for dicks by David J. Ley

Come as You Are by Emily Nagoski


Ylanga van der Geld – working with people with disabilities