Sex Witch and all around badass Lenore Black joins me to have a conversation about sex, taboo and accepting our full selves without judgement. Lenore vulnerably shares about her past, including her experiences with sexual abuse and child sex trafficking, and how it landed her where she is today – helping others move through trauma and become fully embodied. We speak about the complexities of trauma and victimhood, and how we can idealize the persona of being someone who’s “fucked up”. We speak about the positives and negatives of social media, especially in regard to sexuality and censorship. We discuss the differences between sex addiction and having a high sex drive, why it’s imperative to form relationships with people who can accept the full embodiment of who we are and why we should move toward our triggers, not away from them. Lenore also explains why she likes being catcalled, and why she doesn’t call herself a feminist.
Lenore’s book recommendations: Existential Kink by Carolyn Elliott
To learn more about child sex trafficking, click here.
Songs featured: “Warm Animal” by Sure Sure and “The Cult of Dionysus” by The Orion Experience
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