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Today’s episode is with the absolutely incredible Emily Sauer; founder of Ohnut and co-founder of Lady Bits League and the Sexual Wellness Summit. After years and years of enduring painful sex in silence, Emily made it her mission to find a way to make sex pleasurable again for her and people with vaginas all over the world. Ohnut was the result; a rubber wearable that allows you to be in control of penetration depths and is helping hundreds of women around the world to experience relief from dyspareunia.

For those of us with endometriosis-associated dyspareunia, Ohnut could make a huge difference and provides a natural treatment option that allows us to not rely on pain killers or total avoidance. Whilst pelvic floor therapy is incredibly helpful for many with endometriosis and dyspareunia, it can sometimes be a long process, and so Ohnut allows couples to begin exploring sooner.

In this episode, we talk about the huge and unspoken issue of dyspareunia, why and how Emily designed the Ohnut, the scientific support she’s received from specialists and how it’s changing the experience of painful sex for people with endometriosis.

For 15% off your purchase of Ohnut, use the code JD2019 at checkout. Click here to shop.

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Ohnut - For 15% off your purchase of Ohnut, use the code JD2019 at checkout. Click here to shop.

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