Who taught you about the birds and the bees?
Who taught you the art of being in the Boudoir?
It wasn’t my parents for me, and probably not for you. We learned what we learned about sex and sexuality by absorbing what little bit was being talked about. Locker room hi-jinx, over heard conversations by parents, and of course the droll teachings in human sexuality class…all contributed to our understanding of sex and sexuality.
Today, Poet Rae Monet, a straight-to-the-point sexual activist, joins us on The Coming Out Lounge to talk about SEX and SEX EDUCATION…her way. Speaking from the perspective of her own sexual awakening, Poet Rae found her way into the positive spotlight of loving herself, her sexual energy, her way. Sounds like the perfect match to help you if you are struggling with the tight rope walk of being your truest sexual self.
Show Highlights – Please note: This podcast has an “Explicit” rating for language and content
- Discover what she learned she had to protect herself from for the rest of her life
- Find out what’s at the root of your sexual experience
- Tweetable: You have got to be whole in yourself before your other half will show up
- Uncover what triples when you get in a relationship
- The one thing media does a poor job of portraying that affects all of humanity
Connect With Poet Rae Monet
PoetRaeMonet, author of ‘The Birds, the Bees, and the Boudoir,’ dynamically delivers steamy erotic poetry to combat an outrageous lack of sexual education in America. Her poetry is straight-to-the-point, but reminds readers and listeners alike of the serious need for sexual education. As a victim of sexual assault and a self-proclaimed “sexual activist,” it was important to Rae to release a product that held closely with her personal beliefs.
Since the first edition release of ‘The Birds, the Bees, and the Boudoir’ in April 2014, Rae has begun laying the groundwork for her own sexual education Non-Profit Organization, Suzie’s K.I.D.S. (Keeping Informed, Decisive, and Selective). She has plans to release many additional books; two in the next year, a sexuality workbook and the first in an educational children’s book series. The second edition of The Birds, the Bees, and the Boudoir was released April 30, 2015 and is available online now with Amazon and in an e-book format with Kindle.