Hey, I'm Katie - stylist, podcaster, mom, and lipstick lover. I'm on a mission to help women everywhere find their own unstoppable style.
After you have kids everything changes… especially sex!
It wasn’t until recently that I realized I put a label on my relationship with sex as a “mom”.
I don’t know if this is my shit or inherited beliefs, but it stirred up a thought… my perception of sex was different before I had kids. Yes, there is definitely the privacy issue (with your new roommate) but there were some unsolicited beliefs that came up like “Do moms have sex like this?”, “Can I still enjoy it if my body feels different?” And “Am I allowed to be sexy or feel desirable?”
And, instead of really feeling those feelings I shoved them down and just kept on ‘grinding’ away at life like a good girl (who doesn’t talk about sex) but eventually, they came back up, and luckily I was brave enough to just start talking about them. Of course, at first, it was just complaining but then I realized lots of women struggle with their sexual identity after life transitions, whether that is because of kids or not.
So, today’s pod is all about S-E-X, female pleasure, and the role that the feminine archetype plays in it.
🔥What are the Feminine Archetypes
🔥How to use them to Express Yourself
🔥What is Female Pleasure
🔥How to Embody your Sexual Expression
🔥Using Feminine Archetypes to Enhance Pleasure
It’s so damn juicy 🧃you have probably already stopped reading this to go listen, but in case you haven’t let me introduce to you my partner in crime for this convo, Jenna Miller.
Jenna is an embodiment and sensuality mentor, guiding hearts back into their full, turned-on expression. Her intention is to connect folks with their bodies, to find their breath again, and remember what it feels like to play, feel pleasure and connect deeper with self & others.
So, check it out and enjoy!
Love & Lipstick!
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