Features the most insightful and informative videos on all areas of the sciences, history, philosophy, and the arts, with an additional focus on the values of Humanism, Freethought and methodological Skepticism.
If there are any freely available programs or shows which you know of that I missed, please let me know about them.
More on Condoms
In which Lindsey gives you some more info on condoms. Sizing, types, alternative uses, how they’re made, good stuff!
Somebody loves the planet.
SEX OBJECT BS
What is sexual objectification and why is it a big deal? In this video I give a (very brief) overview of our culture’s sexual objectification problem and how it contributes to gender & sexual inequality in every sphere of life — as well as perpetuating rape culture.
new video babes! in this episode I talk about how
✔society reduces women to things to have sex with
✔it’s so common it feels normal
✔sexual objectification directly contributes to rape culture
(New Sex+: SEX OBJECT BS)
We feel the title is fairly self explanatory.
I’d like to thank Hank for leading the humping-various-parts-of-Missoula movement. Without him this video would have been less … (whatever it is). So thanks Hank!
Magical Multiple Orgasms
In this video I talk about the misconception that men (and anyone with a penis) are unable to have multiple orgasms. First I discuss how orgasm and ejaculation fit into the sexual response cycle and I finish with a few techniques for learning how to have multiple orgasms.
new video is up! fun fact: men AND women (and everyone in between) are capable of having multiple orgasms.
…..i just wanna make sure you ring in the new year right
(New Sex+: MAGICAL MULTIPLE ORGASMS)
Animal Sex: How Worms Do It
The mating behavior of the roundworm C. Elegans is surprisingly sophisticated, requiring complex nerve control.
via Live Science Videos.
Virgins, Raisins, and Sexy Serving Boys - Heina Dadabhoy
This talk was part of the Sexy Secular Conference, which was hosted by The Secular Student Alliance at The University of Akron and happened on Saturday Oct. 19th 2013.
via Hambone Productions.
Ask Lindsey #7: What is love, Dan Savage, and complaints!
There was quite a bit of deliberation about this video. I don’t want to feed trolls. I do want to maintain dialogue. I think some people who post in the comments hate to hate; they eat anger for breakfast? Others are nerds like me who care about things like I care about sexuality. They have their experience, research, and education to draw from. They want to understand my decisions and support accurate sex education by guiding me along a smart path.
I don’t want to block dialogue because I’m afraid of the trolls.
This was all taken into account when I thought about addressing some of the hottest-button issues found in the comment section of Sexplanations’ videos. My thinking went like: Come out and use your words, especially when the talk is tough. You also have a smart path.
So after more than average advisement and many deep breaths, here are my responses to the heat of tweedle-beetle battles for all the world to see.
Does Pulling Out Work?
In which Lindsey talks about Withdrawal… Coitus Interruptus… Pulling Out! Is it a viable form of birth control?
You deserve comprehensive sex education.
How Do Lesbians Have The Sex?
In this video I talk about what lesbian sex is, why it’s so confusing, and offer some hints for those who are *ahem* diving in!
GENDER/SEX SPECTRUM NOTE:
It’s not only lesbians who have f/f sex nor is all lesbian sex vagina/vagina! Bisexual and pansexual women like myself have f/f sex. Transwomen may have lesbian sex sans vagina. I apologize for not noting this in video! When I was filming I had a list of questions I get about lesbian sex—which are all from young, cis, lesbian women.
i’ve unleashed all the secrets to magical unicorn lesbian sex
Protecting Against Herpes
In which Lindsey talks about some of the ways to protect yourself against both spreading and contracting Herpes.
A handful of quick must-know tricks on how to dodge a herpes outbreak, if at all possible.
Is Sex in Space Still Just a Fantasy?
We’re revisiting sex in space. This time.. what would happen if a woman got pregnant in space? And is it even possible?
via DNews Channel.
The Humanist Hour #87: Dr. Marty Klein
In this month’s podcast, Todd and Kim interview author and sex therapist Dr. Marty Klein. Listen as they discuss his latest book “Sexual Intelligence: What We Really Want from Sex–and How to Get It,” along with a variety of topics related to human sexuality, including talking to children about sex and the sexual revolution that took place in the last half of the 20th century.
For complete show information, visit http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2013/09/the-humanist-hour-87-dr-marty-klein/
Sexgeekdom: An Interview with Kate McCombs
In which Lindsey has a sit down with Sexgeekdom founder, Kate McCombs and talks about things like jobs, narwals, and symbols.
You can find Kate at:
Twitter: @sexgeekdom or @katecom
What is Consent?
In which Lindsey (with help from guest model, Ellen Kuehl) discusses Consent. What it is, what it isn’t, how it functions in different relationships, and advice for making sure everyone understands the shared circumstances.
There is nudity in this one, of the lovely, artistic, intellectual, squee kind.
Intersex and Identity - Part 1
For the first part of the show, Dr. Sharon Preves, sociologist and professor, discussed her research of intersex individuals. Sharon first defined terms, such as “intersex,” “hermaphrodite,” and “transgender,” then explained how and why she became involved in this research. Sharon next explained the cause for negative stigma against intersex individuals, including the religious views of people who do not fit easily into the male/female binary. Sharon noted the strong drive that society has to pigeonhole everyone - even fetuses - into one of two genders. She discussed the evolution of outlying conditions in Western civilization: from sin, to crime, to medicalization. Sharon then explained the excessive intrusion of the medical world and its treatment of intersexuality as an emergency requiring “correction.” James Zimmerman hosted.
Intersex and Identity - Part 2
During the second half of the show, Sharon Preves, professor at Hamline University, further detailed the medicalization of conditions that do not, normally, require medical intervention, including intersex infants and childbirth itself. Sharon compared the unnecessary interventions into intersexed individuals bodies with circumcision, and she then discussed the emotional ramifications on the patients. Many felt guilt, shame, and even fear. Some grew up convinced they had been born with a disease so terrible that no one - not even their parents or doctors - would discuss it openly. Sharon next cited recent gains in the rights of those born intersexed, and listed off ways they have found healing, such as through support groups. Sharon also provided the example of an intersex teenager who was instructed to pray that she become fully female. Sharon concluded by offering several resources, including her own book, Intersex and Identity. James Zimmerman hosted.
via Minnesota Atheists.