Sexual Chemistry Defined with Zoe Kors
1 hr 5 min

Zoe Kors is a sex & intimacy expert. Sex doesn’t always look like what we see in the movies, and sometimes it doesn’t feel the way we wish it did. But what if I told you, you deserve to have the kind of sex you dream about? Today, we’re talking about improving your sex life, safety and its role in arousal, and how to ask for what you want in the bedroom. 

 

What you’ll learn: 

  • What to do if you’re in a sexless marriage
  • When to let go vs. when to keep working 
  • Opening up your marriage to a new level 
  • Arousal and “safety” in the bedroom
  • Changing the way you masturbate
  • The benefits of “edging”

 

Topics of discussion:

06:00 - Ten years without sex

11:05 - Bringing sex back into the relationship

17:10 - Intimacy with yourself 

19:30 - Defining sexual chemistry

34:10 - Talking about sex with your partner

44:20 - Change the way you masturbate

48:45 - The benefits of “edging”

55:20 - Creating an orgasmic environment 

 

Resources from our discussion:

Good Sex - Jessica Graham 

Vagina - Naomi Wolfe

Slow Sex - Dianna Richardson

 

Where to find Zoe Kors:

Zoekors.com

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YouTube

 

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Breakup Recovery Podcast
Breakup Recovery Podcast
Barbara Stevens - Breakups, Separations, Divorce, Self Help, Healing, Survi
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The PCOS Nutritionist Podcast
Clare Goodwin
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52 min
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The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
Kate Anthony, CPCC
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43 min
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Lacy Phillips
Ep. 121 - Lacy's Fertility Journey
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1 hr 37 min
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Relationship Alive!
Neil Sattin
242: Using Creativity for Emotional Alchemy - plus a song!
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23 min
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Highest Self Podcast
Sahara Rose
332: Four Types of Dharma with Sahara Rose
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18 min
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