70 minutes | Apr 18th 2018

The intimacy crisis, hating on joy, & decriminalizing sex work w/Biba Atta

The age of social media has ushered in a different kind of connection. But it seems that more and more people are feeling lonely and isolated, even while being perpetually plugged-in 24-7-365. Now more than ever, people are craving intimacy and closeness. The desire to be witnessed perfumes the air like oxygen. The craving for a safe space to get emotionally, physically, and sexually naked is becoming ravenous. Yet and still you can cut the guarded, defensive, and over-protective energy with a butter knife, on any given day, just about anywhere. Biba Atta, my most popular guest, is back! She also happens to be one of my closest sister-friends. And we are chatting about the intimacy crisis and all the things... In this episode we explore: ⇒ The luxury of being intimate ⇒ The conundrum of joy ⇒ Decriminalizing sex work ⇒ The importance of tribe About Biba Atta:  Biba is a life and business strategist, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) coach, and speaker.  She guides people through the process of gaining clarity around their dreams, asking for what they want, healing beliefs that are keeping them blocked, and preparing them to receive what they desire.  You can connect with Biba on Instagram, Facebook, and her website *** Wanna help your sisterfriends ear-hustle on grown women talking about grown shit? Share #TheSensualityProject with your twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet!   If this episode got you in the feels... head over to iTunes and rate us, shout-us-out (review), and subscribe!   You can also subscribe to The Sensuality Project podcast on iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, or GooglePlay. 
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