On this episode of the Sexology podcast, I am accompanied by Sonalee Rashatwar. We are going to be talking about our bodies and how we experience pleasure inside and outside the bedroom.
In addition, we will talk about how society plays a role in what we see and think is sexy and how we can change that narrative if it isn’t supportive. This episode is full of juicy information and important ideas around how we view our bodies and how our bodies are portrayed throughout the world and society as well as how they are depicted in sex education.
- Sexual colonization
- Race and gender in theory and research
- Uplifting those studies that aren’t written by white folks
- The fat identity experience
- Medical oppression and weight bias
- Visual diet
- Bodies in sex education
- Creating body inclusive sex education
- Acknowledging that different sized bodies deserve to exist
- Affirming positive body image
- Assertive communication
- Body image trauma
- More than just your body contributes to sexuality
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a clinical psychologist, sex expert, sexologist and sex therapist in the Los Angeles area. Dr. Moali has helped couples and individuals overcome sexual concerns, including pornography addiction. Dr. Moali hosts confidential consultation sessions for clients and potential clients in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices. You can also book a session with her online, via a secure video-counseling platform.
About Sonalee Rashatwar
Sonalee is an award winning social worker and sex therapist based in Philly. She is a sexual violence counselor specializing in sexual trauma, body image issues, racial and immigrant issues and south Asian family systems while offering fat and body positive health care.
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