Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce, and produced by Colin Hatch, where we explore sex through the lens of Mormon upbringing. This week we read three listener submitted stories- Hard R here- and also dive into a State of the Podcast discussion where we look back on the past two months and talk about the future of the show.
This is our final episode of 2016, see you in 2017!
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open discussion about sex in the context of Mormon upbringing. Today we talk to Natalie Neal- a director, photographer, and host of the feminist podcast Telephone. She shares stories about getting her period and trying to tell her friends about it, being pressured into having sex for the first time, getting caught masturbating, and feeling punished by having to confess things to her bishop. In part 2, we'll talk about being married.
Natalie's website is natalie-neal.com, her instagram is @natalieneal
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Welcome to Celestial Sex- hosted by Chris Duce and Produced by Colin Hatch- where we have frank conversations about the ways in which Mormons were taught about sex vs how they think about sex now. In this episode, we talk with Sean Bagley about his childhood growing up in West Jordan, UT, attending film school as a teenager where he learned about homosexuality during the Prop 8 movement, early experiences seeing internet porn, and his first sexual experiences with his girlfriend. Sean is a super talented director of photography, and is an all around great dude.
See his work at www.seanbagley.com
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Colin is @ilovelindenfield and Chris is @chrisduce
Welcome to Celestial Sex- an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch about sex and love through the lens of Mormon upbringing. This week we talk with our friend Elisa. We can't give you her last name because of some truly bizarre things that have happened to her, but we cover that in the episode. Elisa shares her struggles with dating in High School and dating Mormon men at BYU, her point of view that it isn't worth all the bullshit and hassle, and ideas on retaining your personhood when you become a mother.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex- an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch about sex and love through the lens of Mormon upbringing. This week Mark David Christenson is on the show discussing his childhood in Utah where he navigated the icy waters of sexual education, his relationship with his family, his break away from the LDS church, losing his virginity, sexual trauma, diving into acting and comedy/improv, and the most serious relationship and break up he's ever had.
Dave hosts his own podcast you should check out called I Will Watch Anything Once http://boardwalkaudio.com/iwillwatchanythingonce/ where he watches weird movies with comedians and cracks jokes! Its great.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex- an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch about sex and love through the lens of Mormon upbringing. This week we welcome Christina Kartchner to the studio to discuss her teenage years in the Mormon church, her early experiences with drugs and alcohol, and teenage sexual exploration. She talks about the ways in which she justified looking at porn when she was younger, where she thought boy's penises were located, and her current outlook on sex. We also approach the atonement from the post-mormon point of view.
Christina is part of the comedy duo Your Friends. You can find their hilarious videos on Facebook at facebook.com/yourfriendscomedy.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex- an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch about sex and love through the lens of Mormon upbringing. This week we talk to Jordan Michael Blake, a filmmaker living in Los Angeles, about being a good boy, deciding not to go on a mission, early- and frankly adorable- forays into self pleasure, going to BYU then NYU, and a life changing road trip to lose his virginity.
We discuss the idea that early experiences with sexual images may "burn themselves on your mind" and what that means outside of belief. We reference the article "The Naked People on Your iPod"- look it up! It's a great way to teach your kids about what to do when they encounter pornography.
We also discuss the conversations Jordan had with his church leaders and parents when he was a teenager about sex, and how he dealt with shame. And how later on, he took charge of becoming the person he wants to be.
Follow Jordan Michael Blake on Twitter @jblakeboogie and check out his music videos and films at theasfc.com
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open conversations about sexuality in the context of growing up Mormon.
This week we welcome Ashley, a literature student seeking her Master's degree. She shares some amazing stories about
-Primitive sexting experiences
-Getting her first pube
-Sex talks with her mom
-Being a feminist and mormon
-The different ways girls and boys are treated in the church
Below is a reading list from Ashley of good books to read to understand female experience:
1. i love dick by chris kraus
2. empathy exams by leslie jamison
Welcome to Celestial Sex, an interview series hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open conversations with post-mormons and active mormons alike about their early sexual education and current outlook on sex. Their stories are funny, gross, revealing, and cathartic for anyone who grew up LDS. If you ever had to confess to your Bishop that you masturbated to biker porn on your dad's PC, you will be able to relate.
In this intro episode, we outline our goals for the show, introduce ourselves, and set the general tone. While the show is open about any doubts we may have regarding the LDS church, the focus of the show is on the ways we learned about sex in the context of a mormon upbringing.
Chris Duce is a comedian and filmmaker in Los Angeles. He performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater, makes videos for a living, and is fascinated with human sexuality.
Colin Hatch is a musician and producer in Los Angeles. His music is deeply personal, fun, and washes over you like the waters of baptism. He is also fascinated with human sexuality.
Chris and Colin are fans of Mormon Stories, Savage Lovecast, You Made It Weird, and The Work and the Glory.