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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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Nov 8, 2017

Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank and open conversations about sex in the context of a Mormon upbringing. This week, we bring you part two of a two-part interview with Jake Bernhardt. Jake is a father of seven and in a mixed orientation marriage- he is gay and his wife is straight. In this episode we discuss his marriage and coming out story. In part one, we discussed his upbringing and childhood. Our thanks to Jake for sharing his story.

If you'd like to support the podcast you can become a member of our Patreon at patreon.com/celestialsex. You'll get access to weekly episodes, member-only posts, and we'll discreetly mail you a rad Welcome Kit. You can also Venmo us a one time donation @chrisduce. 

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Also, if you'd like to reach out you can email us at celestialsexpodcast@gmail.com or call us at (YES) 6969-LDS. We are also on Twitter and Instagram @celestialsexpod

To sign Sam Young's petition to stop Mormon masturbation interviews, visit https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/protect-the-children-stop-mormon-masturbation-interviews.html

2 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Jenny
    This is such a vulnerable and heartbreaking podcast. Thank you for sharing your story Jake. You are not broken or bad. You are good. You are honest. Sexuality is so complicated— it is beautiful that you and your wife are working through all of this stress and grief together. It is hard for me to understand what the administration of the church has to do with Jesus. It is not their job to forgive or declare you worthy. You are always worthy. LGBTQ people are beautiful, not broken and they deserve all the love and support that we have to give. We lift you up!
  • over three years ago
    Jim
    That was a powerful story. Thanks, Jake, for going into such a vulnerable space. You really brought up emotions.
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