Sean Jameson saysSeptember 2, 2016 at 1:40 pmJust try pushing.Reply

Sean Jameson saysSeptember 2, 2016 at 1:40 pmJust try pushing.Reply

Sean Jameson: Okay. So I guess the idea of having seven different types of orgasms is obviously very appealing to everyone but I know a lot of our listeners, a lot of people email me, a lot of woman email me asking for advice on just how to achieve any type of orgasm. Sean Jameson: I do too. I think that’s a great place, Megan, to leave the podcast and thanks so much for coming on the show. If people want to find out more about you, connect with you, how can they do that? Sean Jameson: Okay, so if you have to give someone, imagine you have to give someone step by step advice, maybe they have a partner who is a little bit curious but they’ve never mentioned the P spot, the prostrate, the god spot and they are trying to bring it up and they want their partner to experience it, how would you advise them to approach it? Sean Jameson: It’s kind of bizarre. I mean, it’s obvious perhaps for someone on the outside looking in but I guess it’s a tragedy for some people if you don’t realize particularly for guys perhaps that the buildup can take time. It is not the case of five minutes. You know, sometimes a quickie can be hot, can be nice but often a lot of time is needed to sort of preheat the oven if you want to take a very clichéd approach to it. Sean Jameson: Well, it’s great to have you here. I’d love to start off by asking you and finding out a bit about you and your backstory and how you came to become a sexual empowerment coach? Sean Jameson: I just want to pick up a really important point you are making because guys have incredibly fragile egos and I think if you tell a guy, “Hey buddy you are doing this wrong.” Our egos are actually fragile that that can totally – that can throw spanner in the works, that can mess up a relationship but instead like exactly what you’re saying, if you suggest, “Hey maybe I can show you something that’s great that I am going to really like.”

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Sean Jameson saysJuly 31, 2017 at 9:26 amTalk to him about itReply

Sean Jameson: Absolutely. So a thread I feel has been warming me through this whole conversation is the importance of communication and especially the importance of communication to getting what you want in bed. Sean Jameson: Yes, exactly. Because what she had heard for years in her last relationship was you know, this programming from her partner of like, “You never want to have sex with me, why don’t you want to have sex with me?” She just started really, you know, taking it personally and really throughout her life because this has been something that had followed her around throughout a lot of her life as well. Where it was like she always was the one that didn’t really want to have sex. Sean Jameson: We did some of that and then some of this is also just, you know, some other exercises that I’ve developed in just sensual – it’s like sensual embodiment training. You know? Where it’s like, as women, oftentimes, we are not in our sensual bodies anymore because of the way – what we have to do in our careers or just living in this world today, there isn’t a lot of space for women to just be sensually embodied all the time. Sean Jameson: Awesome. Moving in a slightly different direction. I get a bunch of emails from my female readers that have trouble with low libido. Maybe they’re in a relationship for a while, maybe they’re in actually not in a relationship but they’re struggling with their libido and with a frustrated partner. I’m just wondering if you have any advice to someone who is listening perhaps, that’s also struggling with a low libido? Sean Jameson: Today I’m talking to Jamie Elizabeth Thompson. Jamie is a holistic sex coach who teaches people the tools they need to get their intimate needs met along with how to quickly navigate conflict with open, loving communication. Sean Jameson: Eyal, this has been fantastic. It’s been really great talking to you and I am just wondering if people want to talk more with you, if they want to find out more about your book or maybe even book a session with you, what is the best way to get in touch?

Sean Jameson saysAugust 26, 2013 at 7:02 amHow exactly?Reply

Sean Jameson: Okay, so then coming back to that bookmark about arousing yourself. What would you recommend if someone wants to more easily get aroused? Sean Jameson: So if there is a guy listening or perhaps a partner of a guy who wants to help them prolong, help them last longer in bed before ejaculation, what are your thoughts on that? Is it simple? Is there a heroinesque remedy there or is it again putting in the work? Sean Jameson: Just to butt in, I think that is quite important as well because we like to say that we live in this judgment free world and we can find a partner who is not going to judge us but when there is no one else there to even potentially think about judging you, I think it is a great place to start that you don’t have to worry about the second person and you can just focus purely on your self. Sean Jameson: They’ve spent the entire session themselves or with a partner just trying to get to orgasm, maybe not even enjoying the journey along the way. Sean Jameson: I think so and I think coming with a non-judgmental attitude, both partners, each partner with themselves and with each other is a very important thing. Otherwise that’s one of those things that causes people to lock up to potentially become frigid and closed off. Yeah, I think it can be damaging to just having an enjoyable sex life. Sean Jameson: I think that’s fair enough. So what kind of examples would you have for you know, positive role, sex toys, maybe even lube I guess? Well we know the kind of positive roles lube can play in someone’s sex life. But say, specifically with sex toys or maybe even something like virtual reality. Is there kid of positive roles those things can, you know, sex tech can play in someone’s sex life?

Sean Jameson saysApril 22, 2016 at 9:15 amTry these ones.Reply

Sean Jameson: I think if you’re not happy you can’t say to your partner that, “Hey, I’m not happy. I need some help here,” that’s also I think potentially even a worse place to be in. Sean Jameson: Do you think in a perverse way, maybe actually getting divorced two times and then remarrying a third time could actually be good for the relationship? Sean Jameson: Well, I’m really looking forward to talking about that specifically, what makes relationships work and then also avoiding those things that mess up relationships. But before we started recording, you told me you had this incredible story about a couple who got divorced and then remarried three times. Sean Jameson: Okay so let’s say then a listener figures this out by themselves over time, they start to realize what that kind of underlying emotion or Core Erotic Theme is and let’s say they don’t have perfect communication and they can but they struggle to talk and completely freely and completely openly with their partner but they want to address it. Sean Jameson: Today, I’m talking to Xanet Pailet, a certified tantra educator, sexological body worker and somatically trained sex coach who is working with a therapeutic field for over 25 years. She’s also written a book, a popular book Living an Orgasmic Life – Heal Yourself and Awaken Your Pleasure. Sean Jameson: So what advice then would you have for a partner that’s maybe listening and they’re spouse has got a cancer diagnosis and they want to be supportive as possible and try to get through this together.

Sean Jameson saysFebruary 8, 2016 at 10:16 amyup!

Sean Jameson: I like it, I like that analogy. So what advice then would you have to women to rebuild their life. Maybe they have cancer, maybe they get a mastectomy, a hysterectomy or maybe something else but they want to rebuild their intimate life after such a devastating diagnosis and treatment, what kind of steps can they take? Sean Jameson: Now, what about breast cancer? It’s very prevalent and it might not be as psychologically tough to get over but do you have any stories of that on how a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment can affect someone’s intimate life? Sean Jameson: Does sound very tragic. Exactly like you said when you’re supposed to be – when you think you’re supposed to be celebrating, actually, you know, there’s not a lot to celebrate perhaps. Sean Jameson: Today, I’m talking to Dr. Saketh Guntupalli. Saketh is Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs and Quality in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. Sean Jameson: And by the way, if you want to learn my most important sex tips and techniques that will bring you and your partner back arching, spine tingling, toe curling orgasms that will keep them coming back for more, you’ll find them in my discrete and private newsletter. Just go to badgirlsbible.com/newsletter, enter your name and email address and I will send this sex tips straight to your inbox. Sean Jameson: That is a great place I think to end things Poly Anna. I’m just wondering, thanks first of all for coming on the podcast but I am just wondering if people want to find out more about you, get in touch with you and find out more about polyamory where can they find you?

Sean Jameson saysAugust 28, 2017 at 9:00 amdice?Reply

Sean Jameson: You know I think that is great advice. Slow down and don’t be so fast about things. Be honest and be open with what you want and I think it is very important in any relationship that boundaries and things change but as well as that you actually have to communicate it. So everyone involved knows where they stand and where you stand. Sean Jameson: Do you have any I guess the contrast any standout relationships, polyamorous relationships that worked really well and then I love to contrast them with perhaps relationships that didn’t work so well and just figure out why one worked well and one didn’t work so well. Sean Jameson: So do you think they should maybe sit down, discuss what they are interested in or should they email each other articles or do you have more specific – [0:13:31.3] Sean Jameson: Okay, what initial steps, let’s say there’s a couple that listens to the podcast together, you know, they hear this idea polyamory and they think, let’s be sensible here, we want to try this out. What initial steps should a couple take, you know, if they’re interested in polyamory, they don’t want to mess up their existing relationship but they want to kind of try it out? Sean Jameson: Yeah, like the kind of email I get is, female partner in heterosexual relationship saying, “Hey, my husband just out of the blue suggested polyamory and now I’m worried that actually, he just wants to sleep with one particular person and he’s using it as an excuse to not feel guilty.” Sean Jameson: For sure. One question I get emailed about quite a lot is maybe one partner suggests polyamory and they’re just afraid or a version of non-monogamy and they’re afraid that the partner suggesting it just wants to cheat and not feel guilty about it. Is it an excuse for cheating for a lot of people or is that really just edge cases and not very good people?

Sean Jameson saysJanuary 12, 2015 at 6:02 pmI’m working on it!Reply

Sean Jameson: Awesome. So you talk a little bit about how guys need to understand that if they’re stimulating her vagina for 30 minutes or maybe an hour longer that they’re going to go from the point of providing her with pleasure to actually possibly providing her with a bit of pain and soreness. Sean Jameson: That’s awesome. That’s really great Jason and then I am just wondering one question on that that I actually personally get emailed a lot about is, anyone can search on any porn site squirting orgasm and you’ll see a video or videos of women that seemed to have water pistols coming out between their legs and shooting fluid across the room. Is that what happens every single time when someone has a squirting orgasm or is there sort of a whole host of different things that can happen? Sean Jameson: And also I think guys, some guys just have this I don’t know, is it ego or what it is but they feel that, “Oh I don’t want to use lube because if she can’t, like I don’t want to feel like a failure so I have to make her super wet and I can’t use lube because then I’m a failure.” I mean, that’s ridiculous. If you’re a guy listening and that’s how you feel. All I can say is you have to get over yourself. There is nothing wrong with using lube. Sean Jameson: That is incredible. Thanks so much for that. I think a lot of guys and girls can learn a lot from what you just said in how to eat someone out and go down on them and give them oral sex. Sean Jameson: I do think it’s okay sometimes, you happen to say something that ridiculous and as long as I think you can giggle about it and not, you know, I guess not take it personally that you’ve messed everything up. I think that goes a long way too. Sean Jameson: You make a great point — sorry to talk over you, but you make a great point of making her crave it. It’s almost that you’re teasing her, that you know, maybe you won’t actually go further and you’re going to make her beg a little bit for a little bit more. As opposed to you’re going so fast that she’s asking you, “Whoa, whoa, slow down honey.”

Sean Jameson saysMay 28, 2018 at 5:18 pmtalk to him 🙂Reply

Sean Jameson: So let’s say, a guy listening, he understands this or maybe a girl listening a female listener hears this, she passes it on to her partner and he does this correctly, a bit of flirting, takes a bit of control, without kind of demanding her to do things, she’s getting aroused and things are heating up, what then makes for good foreplay from a guy? Sean Jameson: This is it! I think a lot of guys forget, exactly as you said, that they think what turns them on will turn their partner on and you said, like appreciation to a guy may not sound like a turn on whatsoever but to a woman, it could be the biggest turn on being seen, being appreciated, and being loved. Again, guys, misinterpret exactly what you said about you know, someone who makes me laugh doesn’t mean she wants a comedian, who does nothing but make her laugh but never actually makes her feel desired or sexy. Sean Jameson: Absolutely. It’s often, there’s often there’s someone who is not very tall so then they go to the gym like crazy and they want to maybe compensate in a way or just figure out a way exactly like you said to be enough. Sean Jameson: Today on the podcast I’m talking to Jason Julius. He’s a world renowned sex coach and female orgasm expert and we’re going to discuss everything a man can do to give his partner more intense and satisfying pleasure inside and outside the bedroom. So if you’re listening and have a male partner, you may want to get him to listen to this episode too. [0:45:11.4] Sean Jameson: That’s fantastic. Alice, thanks so much for coming on the show. I am just wondering, if people want to get in touch, if people want to find out more about you, what’s the best way for them to reach you or to find out more? [0:34:21.6] Sean Jameson: There you have it folks, the safe word and aftercare both mandatory if you are going to try BDSM with your partner. I am just wondering one more definition is BDSM itself. A lot of people see it just as a word but it is actually an acronym. I am wondering if you could just explain to our listeners what each letter combination stands for in BDSM.

Sean Jameson saysMay 23, 2017 at 5:03 pmOrgasmic meditation?Reply