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In this episode of ReWild Yourself! Podcast, I talk with Sheri Winston, author of Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure and leading sex expert.
- Sheri’s books
- Taboo sexual language
- Solo sex is our laboratory for pleasure experiments
- Altered states of consciousness
- Going into deep trance for mega-orgasmic experiences
- The ecology of sex
- Rediscovering the clitoris
- Taking time with arousal for transcendent sex
- The yin and yang of sexual energy
- How to teach your children about sex
- Sheri’s top sex tips for men and women
The term “masturbation" means to pollute with your hand. Tweet it!
If you want to have better sex, it begins with your relationship with yourself. Tweet it!
The better we are at playing our own instrument, the better we'll be at playing a duet with a partner. Tweet it!
The clitoris is the jewel and the crown, but it’s only one part of the network. Tweet it!
If you enjoyed this interview, then you're going to want to check out Dispatch 5 of ReWild Yourself! magazine: Awakening Sexual Intelligence!
Sheri Winston is an award-winning author, medical professional, and one of the United States’ leading sex teachers. She offers online classes and also teaches at venues ranging from conferences to educational institutions, and from sexuality boutiques to private gatherings, in the U.S. and elsewhere.
Winston’s 2010 book, Women’s Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure, won the 2010 Book of the Year award from AASECT (the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists).
Her Wholistic Sexuality™ curriculum has over 50 classes covering subjects such as orgasmic abundance for men and women, sex and relationship skills, and women’s reproductive health.
Spending twenty years as a midwife, childbirth educator and doula turned out to be the best possible apprenticeship Winston could have for being a sex teacher. The birth process taught her much of what she learned about how to have great sex.
Sheri retired from birthing babies in 1999, although she continued providing gynecology care for another five years. She began development of the The Center for the Intimate Arts and her Wholistic Sexuality™ curriculum during that time. She retired from clinical care in 2005 to dedicate her self full-time to teaching, counseling, running the Center, writing and expanding her offerings. She is passionate about passion and has been doing this work ever since.
You can find Sheri at IntimateArtsCenter.com.