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- UC being forced to rest thanks to having major surgery recently.
- Who UC is, particularly outside of what she does for work.
- How not all pelvic health specialists have the same expertise, and UC specifically sought out sexuality training.
- The role of sexual shame in keeping us from being able to show up fully in our sex lives.
- Ways dynamics of privilege and oppression show up in the bedroom.
- How common it is for folks to blame themselves for ways they perceive they're not measuring up sexually.
- Tools for building sexual confidence.
- Why sexual communication may feel difficult for folks.
- The benefits of a willingness to explore, maintain a sense of humor, and be nonjudgmental with your sexual partners.
- How we each get to define sexiness for ourselves.
Mentioned in This Episode
- The Great British Bake Off
- Our shared virtual assistant, Ashley Gutierrez
- Surprising Benefits of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy with Krystyna Holland | #34
- When Harry Met Sally
- Pretty Woman
- “WAP” – Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion
- UC's recent Instagram post about vaginal lubrication
Featured in This Episode
Dr. Uchenna “UC” Ossai (she/her) is the creator and founder of YouSeeLogic, a judgment-free social media platform dedicated to the sex education and empowerment of adults/”Grown Folk.” UC is a board-certified pelvic health physical therapist, an assistant professor at the University of Texas Dell Medical School, as well as an AASECT certified sexuality counselor. Dr. UC believes that everyone deserves a sex life that is positive, affirming, and pleasurable. You can keep up with UC on her website, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
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