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Sex and Life

Hosted by Eli Jakeman, produced by Joseph Ianni. Sex and Life talks about the many ways our sexuality influences our daily lives.
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Mar 29, 2015

Cuddling is just one of the many things we forget about over time, and for no good reason. Luckily, the art of closeness and affection (IN A STRICTLY NON-SEXUAL ENVIRONMENT, HANDS OUT OF PANTS EVERYONE) can not only be accessible by all, but with a professional who does this job very, very well.

We hope you enjoy the episode, and consider the benefits of cuddling for yourself.

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Mar 15, 2015

From Joseph: Normally, when I'm working I'm only half listening to what's being said, I'm also monitering the devices, trying to think of questions to ask etc. Luckily I get to listen to the episodes as I edit them, and this one stands out to me as a deeply emotional and personal account of the impact HIV and AIDS has on a person.

Jennifer Bergie and her family we're among the hundreds of thousands to face this disease and her life's work has been shaped by it ever since. We hope you learn something from this, especially if your own life has been affected by it. 

Mar 1, 2015

I don't normally pull text from other sites but Andrew Morrison-Gurza's description sums him up nicely. We head out to his apartment to talk to him about life with Cerebral Palsy and how he navigates the world and sexuality.

Andrew Morrison-Gurza is a Disability Awareness Consultant with an MA of Legal Studies specializing in Persons with Disabilities. Andrew also has the experience of living as a Person with a Disability.  He understands that the concept of disability is one that many individuals are very new to, and they may not feel comfortable to discuss it. Through his work, Andrew aims to give everyone the opportunity and most importantly, the permission to start the conversation by discussing his day to day lived experience and making disability accessible to everyone.  

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