Artificial Constraints, Sex Limitations, And Bondage

892509_10151306883852101_354811766_oThis episode of Dirty Talk, Shana and I talk about arti­fi­cial constraints and how they can be used to spice up your sex life. We dive into plac­ing limi­ta­tions on sex on purpose and how that can bene­fit your sex life (coun­ter-intu­itively). And finally, we talk about actual bondage – how phys­i­cal limi­ta­tions can be super sexy.

Be sure to listen to this podcast now, as the insights we both share are going to add a new spin on your bedroom (or as we share, any place BUT the bedroom) fun.

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Shana Interviews On How To Talk Dirty And Divine

892509_10151306883852101_354811766_oThis episode of Dirty Talk, Shana inter­views me for the goods on dirty talk. In this show I share not only prac­ti­cal tips you can use now, but the bigger picture of things you might not see when it comes to talk­ing erotic.

I share my best tips on dirty talk and you’ll even hear Shana start to share some of her dirty talk near the very end. A very steamy episode you won’t want to miss!

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Interview With Shana James of Authentic Woman Experience

892509_10151306883852101_354811766_oThis episode of Dirty Talk, I inter­view and chat with Shana James of the Authen­tic Man Program & the Authen­tic Woman Expe­ri­ence and discuss all sorts of fun stuff. From fantasies and how they can be used for sexual expan­sion all the way to sex in space.

Topics include the right way to be vulner­a­ble, deal­ing with your crap so you can be fully present, and the power of taking your lover to her edge and just beyond it.

I hope you guys enjoyed listen­ing as much as we enjoyed talk­ing about it, and look forward to more chats with Shana!

Shana is hookup up you guys with a free e-course avail­able at: http://themanshewants.com/pleasure/

For the women, you can learn more about Shana’s good­ness at: http://www.authenticwomanexperience.com

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Interview With The Erotic Rockstar Destin Gerek

This episode of Dirty Talk with Drew Gerald features the Erotic Rock­star, Destin Gerek. Destin is a Cali­for­nia State Certi­fied Somatic Sexol­o­gist through the Insti­tute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexu­al­ity, an Erotic Empow­er­ment Coach, and an Erotic Performer and Artist for over a decade. As a close friend, I invited him on the show to talk about his story and share his solu­tions for the major prob­lem men and women have around their sex lives.

In this show, Destin intro­duces himself and his path of becom­ing an erotic rock­star, inte­grat­ing mind, body, and spirit, his dark period and early influ­ences, creat­ing a more sex-posi­tive culture, how he works with his clients, how one of his clients became a “babe magnet” that evoked women’s sexual desire, the major hangups of both men and women around sex, the discon­nect from our bodies, a power­ful tech­nique to become present, the magic of being curi­ous, sex in the shower, the pres­sures of women need­ing to be perfect, Drew’s “no cell­phone” rule, the most power­ful way to improve your sex life.

You can visit Destin at his website here.

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Health, Presence, and Sex with Philip McCluskey

This week’s guest is Philip McCluskey, a health expert who has lost over 215lbs by going on a raw food diet. I brought him on the show to talk about how his weight and trans­for­ma­tion affected his sex drive and sex life, and he deliv­ered more inspi­ra­tion in an hour than I’d ever expect. Philip is a shin­ing exam­ple how taking charge of your health can not only have profound impacts on your sex, but how that all adds up to creat­ing an amaz­ing life in and out of the bedroom.

Philip discusses his break­ing point and magic number on the scale that caused him to make a dras­tic change in his life, the choices behind our actions, if he would do it all over again, the crit­i­cal point you need to be where the doors of oppor­tu­nity open, the chal­lenges of being over­weight in the bedroom, tran­si­tion­ing from vanity, the attrac­tive­ness of healthy women, the feed­back from honestly asking to make love on the first night, polyamory, the excuses and stores of our victim­hood, the sexi­ness of a man’s purpose, the power of being present, poor sex educa­tion for men from porn, adapt­ing to new women’s pref­er­ences and commu­ni­cat­ing, the language of poor sex, going deep with one part­ner, sex with the house on fire, and light­ing up other people’s lights from your own story.

As Philip said on the show, you can find out more about him at http://www.philipmccluskey.com and his juice cleanse at http://www.getjuicycleanse.com/

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Conversation With Nicole Abundance

Nicole and I try this for a second time, enjoy­ing a tech­ni­cal issue-free show that came out great.

In this episode of Dirty Talk with Drew Gerald,  Nicole talks about her marriage and how it ended, her reflec­tion on the skills and ideas she has now compared to then, how getting back into the dating world was absolute hell, subcon­scious mind’s limit­ing beliefs, the “dating cycle and stages”, women in their mascu­line, women’s capac­ity to be femi­nine with bound­aries, the 2 major things at play with her man’s commit­ment, 2 major tech­niques for women to get back into their femi­nine, the words we use to describe having sex tell every­thing uncon­sciously, how to build each other up through plea­sure, and if women should give sex for commit­ment.

As mentioned in the show, you can find Nicole on Face­book here, and myself here.

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Conscious Sex with Co-Host Jenny Ferry Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the seriesConscious Sex with Co-Host Jenny Ferry

This episode of Dirty Talk, I’m delighted to have Jenny Ferry on as my guest. She’s the author of the forth­com­ing book Soul Sex: Creat­ing the Conscious Connec­tion You Crave and a Soul Sex Coach. You can find out more about Jenny and how to get in touch with her at her website http://jennyferry.com/

In part 1, we talk about Jenny’s story of her sexual safe haven, Steve Job’s connect­ing the dots, the simple ways to help people through their sexual discon­nect, the illu­sion of sex in our soci­ety, self-plea­sur­ing prac­tices and co-creat­ing, mascu­line and femi­nine balances, common quirky aspects of sexu­al­ity, college sexu­al­ity survey­ing, rela­tion­ship config­u­ra­tions, commu­ni­cat­ing about advanced desires.

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