Today on the show, I answer your questions about virginity (like, does masturbation count?!), what that means and how religion can make it that much more complex. I also share my interview with the lovely and brilliant, Riley Webster, all about intimacy, and intentional cannabis use. Riley has work
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Today on the show, I answer your questions about virginity (like, does masturbation count?!), what that means and how religion can make it that much more complex. I also share my interview with the lovely and brilliant, Riley Webster, all about intimacy, and intentional cannabis use. Riley has worked in the cannabis industry, is a yoga teacher and a writer, has studied Reiki, massage, Ayurveda and is the host of The Kismet Collection podcast! Resources from the Show!The Kismet Collection: https://open.spotify.com/show/4qC44FJ0FAOaY07Cvn25wt?si=9bPUVlHARMm7zFj-LIqpSACan Cannabis Use Really Help Your Sex Life?: https://www.thestar.com/life/health_wellness/opinion/2019/10/28/can-cannabis-help-your-sex-life.htmlHow Does Cannabis Actually Affect Sex?: https://www.self.com/gallery/how-cannabis-affects-sexHow Religion Screws With Our Sex Lives: https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/matty-silver/how-religion-screws-with-our-sex-lives_a_23206909/9 of the Biggest Lies Christianity Tells Us About Sex and Marriage: https://everydayfeminism.com/2015/05/christianity-lies-sex-marriage/The Uncomfortable Truth About Sex in a Christian Marriage https://hopejoyinchrist.com/uncomfortable-truth-sex-christian-marriage/Academic ResourcesAllen, P. G. (1992). Pushing up the Sky: How the west was really won. The sacred hoop: Recovering the feminine in American Indian traditions: With a new preface (pp. 194-208). Boston, MA: Beacon Press.Carpenter, L. M. (2010). Gendered sexuality over the life course: A conceptual framework. Sociological Perspectives, 53(2), 155-178. doi:10.1525/sop.2010.53.2.155Cha, S., Masho, S. W., & Mezuk, B. (2016). Age of sexual debut and cannabis use in the United States. Substance use & Misuse, 51(4), 439-448. doi:10.3109/10826084.2015.1110177Jackson, D. (2016). Aging men’s embodied selves: Rethinking aging men’s relationships with their aging bodies. Exploring Aging Masculinities: The Body, Sexuality and Social Lives (pp. 38-55). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137527578.Smith AMA, Ferris JA, Simpson JM, Shelley J, Pitts M, and Richters J. (2010). Cannabis use and sexual health. Journal of Sex Medicine, 7, 787–793.Vissing, Y. (2018). “Sexual debut education: Cultivating a healthy approach to young people’s sexual experiences.” In S. L. Blair & P. N. Claster (Eds.) Gender, sex, and sexuality among contemporary youth: Generation sex (First ed.). Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.