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Redefining Sex in the Digital Age: Part 2

August 13, 2019
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Welcome back to my playground, Lexual folx.

Last week, I aired Part 1 of this fun miniseries with Dirty Lola and Francisco Ramirez, the co-hosts of the awesome new show Sex Probz on New York Magazine’s The Cut. And we had great feedback from all of you about how important it was to cover these exact topics.

This week, get ready for the second part of our awesome and informative conversation, as we focus on a few different subjects that are super relevant, especially in times like these!

We’re going to explore what we can do to help people maintain a positive body image and self-confidence in a Photoshop-heavy world where, and where Western society’s concept of beauty is unnatural, unattainable and dramatically non-inclusive.

We’re also going to talk about how we as sex educators can redefine what sex actually means and how to have a dialogue about sex and the concept of virginity in a way that encompasses all bodies, genders and sexual orientations.

Finally, we’ll be examining how we can all remove stigma and shame from the way we feel, talk about and express our sexuality.

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Last episode (the first part of this series), we focused more on how and why Dirty Lola and Francisco began their forays into sex education, as well as the added challenges that sex educators, sex workers and activists are facing in light of SESTA FOSTA.

We’re going to go deeper and talk about one of my favorite topics – self-confidence and body image – and how we can block out the excessively filtered and curated content that we constantly see inundating our social media feeds. That sounds like an impossibility given the influx of new posts that are bombarding us everywhere, especially on our mobile devices, but it’s doable if you understand that people usually post only the best and happiest moments in their lives, the sexiest photos of themselves, and those might not reflect the realities they are actually living. So comparing yourself to the images your social media friends can only do you a disservice, because that’s not real life.

So tune in to the second installment of my first two-part podcast miniseries of what it means to redefine sex and sexuality in the digital age, airing live tonight (and every Tuesday) at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST on VoiceAmerica’s Variety channel!

If you missed tonight’s episode, or want to catch up on my podcast, you can listen to episodes on demand on my Voice America channel and via: iHeartRadio
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Lexi Sylver

I’m a shameless sexcapader, author of erotic tales, sexual educator of taboo topics and alternative relationships, pleasure toy sexpert, and advocate for sexual freedom. My mission is to empower you to shamelessly explore your Lexuality, stripping away your inhibitions and fears, so that you can freely pursue the fulfilling sex life and relationships you desire — and deserve. As your Lexual guide, I’ll help you map out your own erotic journey by giving you the tools you need to better connect with your own mind and body, communicate your desires and needs with your partners, and thrive in your customized, authentic lifestyle. I’m known for my passionate style and inclusive approach, drawing from my own real-life experiences to educate, entertain, and inspire you, all while helping you discover the realm of infinite erotic possibilities that await you once you open your mind to them. Whether you’re indulging in my erotic short stories, getting sex and relationship coaching from me, joining my webinars and events, reading my articles and blogs, perusing the sex toys in my shop, or listening to my podcasts, I strive to stimulate you to think about your sexuality in a new light — freely and fearlessly. Dare to delve deeper and explore YOUR Lexuality.

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