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Jul 7, 2018

Sheri Winston joins Natasha on this episode of Mormon Sex Info. Sheri is the author of "Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure." Natasha and Sheri discuss her book and specifically the ways in which women experience sexual pleasure.   To find out more about Sheri and the work she is doing, please visit:   https://intimateartscenter.com   To purchase the book, please go here:   https://intimateartscenter.com/shop/the-book-womens-anatomy-of-arousal/

Feb 27, 2018

Natasha Helfer Parker leads a monthly podcast “bookclub style” with colleagues who also happen to be AASECT Certified Sex Therapists in regards to current articles, news stories, research, etc. that have to do with the Mormon community from a sex-positive perspective. This project is a co-prodcution between Mormon Mental Health Podcast and Mormon Sex Info.

Be aware that some language around the Michigan State case is graphic. 

This month join Natasha and Aimee Heffernan as they discuss the following news stories & articles:

1. Josh & Lolly Weed and what they currently have to say about their mixed-orientation marriage coming to an end,

2. how Rachael Denhollander talks about the enablers within church systems as part of how abusers get protected,

3. modesty expectations for YW attending church proms in comparison to YM,

4. the Breastfeeding Protection Act going on in Utah, and

5. the types of messages given to our young members about sexuality. 

Aimee Heffernan, LMFT

AASECT Certification Process

Tina Sellers: Sex, God, and the Conservative Church: Erasing Shame from Sexual Intimacy

TURNING A UNICORN INTO A BAT: THE POST IN WHICH WE ANNOUNCE THE END OF OUR MARRIAGE

Protectldschildren.org

First Woman To Accuse Nassar Says Church Can Be One Of ‘Worst Places’ To Go For Help

Dress Codes Trying to Desexualize Girls are Actually Sexualizing Them More

What Teenagers Are Learning From Online Porn

Over Cries Of Immodesty, Breastfeeding Bill Advances

A Powerful Letter to Young Mormons About Sex and What They Need to Understand

Me Too Movement

Family Acceptance Project 

Birds Bees & Kids

 

Natasha Helfer Parker runs an online practice, Symmetry Solutions and writes at The Mormon Therapist for Patheos: Hosting the Conversation of Faith. She also hosts the popular podcasts, Mormon Mental Health & Mormon Sex Info and creates the sex educational resource, Sex Talk with Natasha.

Jan 22, 2018

Episode 63: Sex in the Mormon News Jan 2018 #2

Natasha Helfer Parker leads a monthly podcast “bookclub style” with colleagues who also happen to be AASECT Certified Sex Therapists in regards to current articles, news stories, research, etc. that have to do with the Mormon community from a sex-positive perspective.

This month join Natasha and Kristin Marie Bennion as they discuss the following news stories & articles:

1. the Protect LDS Children petition and press conference,

2. survey results coming out of BYU study in regards to reporting sexual assault, and 

3. how LDS Living Magazine dealt with the dresses worn in solidarity with the #metoo movement at the Golden Globes. 

 

Resources Mentioned:

Protectldschildren.org

Protect LDS Children Press Conference

Fox News Reports on the Press Conference

SNAP- Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests

Declaration of Sexual Rights by the World Association for Sexual Health

Most BYU sexual assault victims either report to Mormon church leaders or don’t report at all, campus survey shows

Results of the BYU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault

Julie ValentineBYU professor encouraged by results of new research on sexual assault kit processing

Donna Kelly: Helping Sexual Assault Victims and Keeping BYU Accountable for Title IX Recommendations

Mormons miss the point of #MeToo by focusing on modest gowns at Golden Globes by Jana Riess 

Jan 4, 2018

Natasha Helfer Parker is going to lead a monthly podcast "bookclub style" with colleagues who also happen to be AASECT Certified Sex Therapists in regards to current articles, news stories, research, etc. that has to do with the Mormon community. 

This month join Natasha, Kristin Hodson and Shannon Hickman as they discuss an article written by an LDS woman. 

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