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Celestial Sex

Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, is an interview series about love and sex through the lens of Mormon upbringing.
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Oct 11, 2017

Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open conversations about sex. In this episode we speak with Scott and Mitzi Cannon (our first couple!) about each of their Mormon upbringings, marriage, differing libidos, porn, shame, and their faith journey. Make sure you listen to Scott Cannon's testimony that we just released to get a sense of what Scott went through while he was struggling with shame surrounding his porn use. 

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If you'd like to be on the show or tell us a story you can email us at celestialsexpodcast@gmail.com or call us at (YES) 6969-LDS

1 Comments
  • over two years ago
    Kandee
    I have a lot to say. First, truth is good and I respect Scott for keeping it real. There is no better way to live and it takes courage to own what we do. Second I unfortunately don't exactly hear Scott owning what he does? Yes, shame sucks. I get that and another thing that sucks is grandiosity which I understand can be seen as the flip side to shame. Better than vs worse than. Neither come from a place of strength. Third the position Mitzi has sexually in this marriage screams the trappings of male dominated sexuality while as a couple you want to boast evolved sexual freedom. It's typical patriarchy. Forth, she thinks she organisms? Hello Scott. Your wife needs you and to be frank your immaturity around sex becomes clear as you are happy to just take care of yourself. Fifth, masturbating to porn isn't sex. It is masturbating to porn. Sixth, Scott suggests he wants his wife to be like the porn stars in his sex videos because they are full of desire for the people they are fucking. Spoil alert. They are acting. It isn't real. Seventh, The life of a girl in porn is a sad one and socially this conversation is void of reconciling the dark side of the adult industry. Porn stars tend to be hyped on alcohol & drugs just to tolerate their scripted scenes. Another spoil alert. Porn stars fake organisms. Eighth, once again congratulations on starting a much need conversation. Seriously. I get the courage it takes to share what is true for us and pushing against culture. Shame around our sexuality is killing the idea that two real people can build a fun fantastic erotic crazy great transformative sex life within a loving marriage. My experience is porn is killing this idea too. Ninety, My experience would suggest sexually avoiding your wife Mitizi, isn't about her limitations but about Scotts. Mitizi, have you heard of Dr Jennifer Finlayson-fife? Check her out as she has tools that may help you find your sexual confidence. As women we have a capacity to experience pleasure in a way that porn could never replicate. http://www.finlayson-fife.com/art-post-lms/
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