You can now call the show and ask us a question anonymously! It can be a relationship, sex, or church question. It can also be a question about one of our interviews, our lives outside of the show, or anything you want. You can tell us a story about your mormon sex experience, too! We'll then answer the question on the show, maybe give advice, or just play it on its own. Give it a try! Its fun!
Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank conversations about sex in the context of Mormon upbringing. In this episode, we speak with Max about his childhood in Utah with unorthodox Mormon parents, his marriage that evolved into an open marriage, and his queer identity. Max is a University professor, so we left his last name off of this episode.
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open discussions about sexuality. In this episode, we have a great conversation with Beth Alexandroff about her Pentecostal/Assemblies of God upbringing and compare it to our Mormon upbringing. Beth opens up about the lack of sex education she got and finally coming into it in her late twenties. We also discuss what its like to attend a very religious university, then move to LA, and leave Christianity behind. Beth is our first non-LDS guest and we look forward to many more interviews like this!
To see Beth's web series Bro/Sis go to https://vimeo.com/177020854
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open conversations about sex through the lens of Mormonism. In this episode, we speak with musician and artist Scott Vance about his childhood in Idaho with divorced parents who had very different religious perspectives. We get into masturbation, the mission, and unrealistic expectations for a spouse. Check out Scott's band The New Electric Sound and his collaboration with his wife On Life Beauty at onlifebeauty.com
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Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch. This week we forego our typical interview and review the seminary film Godly Sorrow starring Aaron Eckhart with non-LDS comedian Thomas Ouellette. Thomas is part of comedy team Icky Pep and sketch group Edgemont. Godly Sorrow is intended to teach the principle that there is a difference between worldly sorrow (social implications of sin) and godly sorrow (eternal implications of sin/the deep knowledge that you have offended God). It begins with a Bishop's interview, and, well, you should watch it for yourself.
Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQYHVabpvQc
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