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Sacral Spaces with Maggie Flood
64 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
Modern Sexuality & The Beauty of Personal Restriction with Salome Sibonex
How do we approach modern sexuality with personal control? In a society where everything is accepted and on offer, where can we look for lessons on how to create healthy sexuality for ourselves? The answer might very well be hidden in the history books. In this episode, Maggie talks with writer Salome Sibonex about just that and so much more. You can find Salome and her work at www.salomesibonex.com
55 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
The Fight For Clitoral Anatomy with Jessica Pin
In 2020, proper clitoral anatomy is still not readily found in medical texts for gynecologists learning to perform surgical procedures on the vulva. This inevitably leads to women walking away from surgeries with an inability to access genital pleasure. Jessica Pin talks about the botched genital surgery that caused her to lose clitoral sensation and launched her into a clitoral crusade to get proper anatomical depiction of the clitoris in medical textbooks. We talked about all this, plus what Jess thinks about porn culture and some of the reasons women seek out these surgeries in the first place. You can find Jessica Pin on Instagram @jessica_ann_pin or on twitter @mediclit.
26 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
The Art of A.R.T (Areola Restorative Tattooing) w/Lucy Thompson
Lucy Thompson, founder of the Nipple Innovation Project and the owner of Yorkshire Mastectomy, a special tattoo clinic dedicated to reconstructive tattooing for breast cancer survivors, talks about this very special practice and what it offers those who've lost a very special body part. Lucy can be found at OR on her instagram @lucy_nipple, where you can go and support her against Instagram censorship. Directory of A.R.T tattoo arists worldwide:
63 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Women's Bodies & Allopathy: Effects of Industrial Birth
In this discussion with birth worker Isabella Malbin we discuss industrial and allopathic intervention in birthing, and what it means for women's relationship to their bodies. Also, do holistic practitioners also play a role in "intervention" medicine? At the end we touched on the shifting culture around gender that is effecting the next generation of young women. The book mentioned is called "Irreversible Damage" by Abigail Shrier.
60 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Toxic Femininity (The Floor is Lava) w/Natasha Edwina
In this episode, Maggie chats with Natasha Edwina, licensed family and marriage therapist, about the "toxic feminine" and how it presents in society. What is it, how does it show up, and which aspects of it keep us in victim mode?
55 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
The Subtle Energies of Self vs. Collective with Tutu Mora
What does it mean to be stewing in the energies of the collective? How do we differentiate between the collective and our own subtle healing potential? All this... and wearing a mask gives you acne.
64 minutes | Jul 17, 2020
The Great Pendulum Swing with Dr. Suzanne Schiller
What happens when we start to internalize the body shame that society places on us? How do we show up wholly in the skin we're in? In this first episode, Maggie and Dr. Suzanne Schiller spin words on how the social current might tend to dissociate us from our bodies, the evolution of feminism since the 90s, yin, yang and the swinging of the reaction pendulum in current society. Dr. Suzanne Schiller is a holistic women's health chiropractor and pelvic bodyworker located in Los Angeles, California. She can be found at www.suzanneschiller.com
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