Originally broadcast on Thursday, January 21, 2016
One of the most important distinctions your clients can make is this difference. For one, the need for touch is a different need than the need for sexual expression, and once you can take them apart, they can meet each of those needs more authentically. On this call, we’ll talk about that difference, what the needs actually are and how to help your client (and maybe yourself) be able to tell the difference and actually meet the needs.
For most people, this means being able to experience touch that is not about sex – and doesn’t feel like sex – which for many people is even more frightening than sex. It opens a different door in the heart, and often a more vulnerable one.
Originally broadcast on Thursday, November 19, 2015
Nina Hartley is a pioneering feminist sex worker, using her body in the service of promoting a sexually sane and literate society. She is thrilled to see a new generation of sex-positive performer/activists take its space and spread the good news about sex. Active as a performer since 1982, her rock-solid commitment to the importance of sexual autonomy has fueled Ms. Hartley’s career in adult entertainment.
As a performer, director, writer, educator, public speaker, and feminist thinker for all, no matter their orientation, she’s traveled the world to deliver her message. She believes that sexual freedom is a fundamental human right and welcomes the new social media opportunities for spreading her message of knowledge and empowerment to the widest number of people. She’s the author of, “Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex,” from Avery Press. Putting to use her B.S. degree in nursing, she and her husband, Ernest Greene, have produced the million-selling sex-ed video series collectively known as “The Nina Hartley Guides,” from Adam & Eve, currently in its 38th episode.
Ms. Hartley serves on the board of directors for the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance (www.woodhullalliance.org). Still active in front of the camera, she and her husband live in Los Angeles.
Join us for an enlightening teleconference hosted by Dr. Susan Kaye, as we learn more about Nina’s work in advocating for sexual freedom as a fundamental human right.