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Let's Talk About Sex with Lynn and Jen

Lynn Ponton & Jennifer Wong

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Let's Talk About Sex with Lynn and Jen
Let's Talk About Sex with Lynn and Jen

Let's Talk About Sex with Lynn and Jen

Lynn Ponton & Jennifer Wong

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Dr. Lynn Ponton and Jennifer Wong, LMFT model conversations about sex to encourage you to do the same!

Latest Episodes

46. Max Landis - Abusive Patterns

Sparked by an article in The Daily Beast, Lynn and Jen discuss patterns of abuse that seem so "normal" in our culture that many people get away with it. Often, the people who are being abused aren't consciously aware that what they have experienced is abuse, and a part of that relies upon predators grooming themselves long before they groom others. Those that do speak up, do so to protect other potential targets of abuse. It's not until the abused come together that they can see the patterns and realize it's not just them.

35 MIN9 hours ago
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46. Max Landis - Abusive Patterns

33. Spotlight on Sex: Genocide of Indigenous Women in Canada

Lynn and Jen talk about the issues surrounding the prejudice against Indigenous women and girls in Canada, where large numbers go missing and murdered. In particular,the released New York Times articlesummarizes theNational Inquiry reportwhich calls this tragedy a genocide. Lynn shares personal experiences from her time working in the Red River area with this population and notes how the system continues to fail them, even when the "proper" procedures are followed.

31 MIN2 weeks ago
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33. Spotlight on Sex: Genocide of Indigenous Women in Canada

45. Who's Responsible? Reshaping the Way We Talk about Abortion

Let's reshape the conversation around abortionaway from pro-life or pro-choice, towards addressing the root cause--decreasing unwanted pregnancies. Lynn and Jen discuss personal and community responsibility, bringing in ideas by Gabrielle Blair in her controversialMedium article and the book,Women Talking by Miriam Toews.

32 MINJUN 26
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45. Who's Responsible? Reshaping the Way We Talk about Abortion

Latest Episodes

46. Max Landis - Abusive Patterns

Sparked by an article in The Daily Beast, Lynn and Jen discuss patterns of abuse that seem so "normal" in our culture that many people get away with it. Often, the people who are being abused aren't consciously aware that what they have experienced is abuse, and a part of that relies upon predators grooming themselves long before they groom others. Those that do speak up, do so to protect other potential targets of abuse. It's not until the abused come together that they can see the patterns and realize it's not just them.

35 MIN9 hours ago
Comments
46. Max Landis - Abusive Patterns

33. Spotlight on Sex: Genocide of Indigenous Women in Canada

Lynn and Jen talk about the issues surrounding the prejudice against Indigenous women and girls in Canada, where large numbers go missing and murdered. In particular,the released New York Times articlesummarizes theNational Inquiry reportwhich calls this tragedy a genocide. Lynn shares personal experiences from her time working in the Red River area with this population and notes how the system continues to fail them, even when the "proper" procedures are followed.

31 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
33. Spotlight on Sex: Genocide of Indigenous Women in Canada

45. Who's Responsible? Reshaping the Way We Talk about Abortion

Let's reshape the conversation around abortionaway from pro-life or pro-choice, towards addressing the root cause--decreasing unwanted pregnancies. Lynn and Jen discuss personal and community responsibility, bringing in ideas by Gabrielle Blair in her controversialMedium article and the book,Women Talking by Miriam Toews.

32 MINJUN 26
Comments
45. Who's Responsible? Reshaping the Way We Talk about Abortion

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