00:30: Defining fetishization 02:45: Origins and intersections of anti-fatness and anti-Blackness 09:50: (Un)intentionally ignoring fat fetishization 14:00: Distinguishing a kinks and fetishes 14:40: Challenging anti-fatness despite the prominence of fetishization 26:24: Portrayals of fatness in media 33:10: Resisting fetishization 34:48: Intersections of queerness and fatness 40:00: Using our bodies to resist societal normality
In Part 2 of Out Loud’s Porn Series, Ky, Elena, and Mia dive even further into the world of porn and encourage the consumption of ethical porn while expanding on porn literacy. 00:20: What is Ethical Porn? 02:20: Why should we consume Ethical Porn? 06:28: Porn Consumption & Relationships 09:35: Teaching Porn Literacy 17:13: What Ethical Porn Offers 20:13: What to Avoid When Watching Porn 22:00: Resources & Ethical Porn Suggestions !
In part one of this two part series, Ky, Elena, and Mia open up the conversation surrounding the ethicalities of porn. They discuss the origins of pornography and its role in our society, explore the most recent statistics surrounding Porn Hub, and examine both the benefits and critiques of consuming porn in the United States. 00:25: An overview on porn 02:30: Porn as sex education 08:20: The (convoluted) history of porn 20:15: Pornhub 2022: A year in review and touching on fetishization 25:20: Reflecting on the types of porn we consume 34:00: Benefits of watching porn (solo) 38:38: Benefits of watching porn (partnered) 40:00: Exploring critiques on porn
In this episode, Elena and Mia highlight the importance of International Women’s Day through exploring the lens in which we view feminism, intersectionality and reproductive justice. 00:20: International Women’s Day: context & history 03:15: A look into the Waves of Feminism 03:15: The First Wave 06:30: The Second Wave 12:33: The Third Wave 15:30: The Fourth Wave 18:00: Stigmas & feminism 22:50: Revolutionary feminist highlight 27:34: Reproductive justice (context, history, & current implications) 39:48: Resources and how we can collectively support reproductive justice
In this episode, Ky, Elena, and Mia explore the implications that the rise of modernized technological advancements have on our sexual experiences. 00:50: What exactly is Sex-Tech? (and Teledildonics!) and where did it originate? 05:35: Why would I be interested in Sex Tech? 07:26: (Very cool) products on the market right now -NICE (Free IOS app to track Sexual Activity) -The Lioness (Sex Toy that monitors muscle contractions) 11:50: Let’s talk about sex dolls 16:18: The ins and outs of fleshlight launchpads 17:18: Motorized masturbation sleeves 20:55: Virtual reality & porn 25:00 LOVENSE Highlight! 29:03 Sex-Tech’s implications for inclusion & disabilities 34:55: Porn, virtual sex, & future implications of Sex Tech 39:35: Let's talk about sexting (& helpful tips!) 54:04: Sex Tech advancements in our society
In this episode, Out Loud discusses the prominence and origins of hookup culture, particularly on our campus. Whether or not we choose to engage in hookup culture, Out Loud provides insight on how to have safe, fun, and positive experiences when hooking up with people. 00:15: What is hookup culture exactly? 00:30: Where did hookup culture come from? 03:15: Defining consent & checking in during a hookup 07:30: Tips for having a positive hookup experience 10:23: Being real about challenges associated with hookup culture 20:00: Navigating performance anxiety 25:09: Connections between hookup culture and sexual assault 30:35: Accessing resources for sexual assault
In this special Valentine’s day episode, Out Loud opens a discussion for everything and anything related to Valentine’s Day. From conversations pertaining to the aftermath of cuffing season, navigating relationships, and having fun by ourselves, the hosts wish everybody celebrating a happy, safe, and sexy Valentine's Day. 00:20: Welcome to the post-cuffing season! 1:00: External pressures associated with Valentine's Day 3:10: Breaking up & Valentine’s Day 8:15: Spicing up our Valentine’s Day (food play, scents, partnered play) 13:43: How to enjoy Valentine's Day Solo 14:53: Let's talk Mono (the kissing disease) 18:50: Why is Valentine’s Day sex “better”? 22:30: Language & love (difference between fucking and making love) 26:33: SEXpectations on Valentine’s Day
In the second part of the Out Loud sex work episode series, Ky, Elena, and Mia evaluate the differences between legalization and decriminalization and talk about their implications for the safety of sex workers. Throughout the episode, they argue why they believe sex work should be legalized and/or decriminalized in the United States. *TW*: We will be discussing sensitive material pertaining to sexual assault that may be triggering for some listeners. 01:50: Discussing the difference between legalization vs. decriminalization 03:20: Sex work decriminalization model in Sweden 04:15: Implications of legalization 07:40 Current legalities in the United States pertaining to sex work 11:30: Societal benefits of sex work 14:05: Arguments for legalizing sex work 22:05: Should we punish the patrons? 22:50: How will regulated sex work ensure sex worker’s safety? 27:00: A summary of the pro sex work stance
In this special two part episode, Out Loud discusses the history and context behind sex work, and how the profession has changed within our society. Ky, Elena, and Mia evaluate the future implications of sex work and how we as a society can move forwards protecting sex worker’s rights. 00:30: What is a sex worker? 02:30: A historical overview of sex work 12:45: Where does the sex work stigma originate? 14:35: The role of religion in sex work 16:00: Addressing common societal misconceptions 20:23: How can we as a society address these stigmas? 22:37: Sex work through an international scope 24:55: Exploring the types of sex work 26:10: Why do people choose to be sex workers? 30:50: Risks associated with sex work
Welcome back to Out Loud, UW-Madison’s sexual health podcast in collaboration with Sex Out Loud and The Daily Cardinal. In this episode, Ky, Elena, and Mia answer student’s anonymous questions submitted to the Out Loud Neon Exhibition. 00:17: Why is it so difficult to orgasm during Sex? 02:34: How do you correct yourself when you accidentally misgender someone? 03:30: Is it normal for condoms to hurt when you put them on? 05:22: What is the difference between squirting and cumming for people with vulvas? 07:45: How do we prepare for squirting and/or vaginal ejaculation? 09:20: What is the difference between a copper IUD and a hormonal IUD? 10:08: How can I get involved with Sex Out Loud? 11:30: What is a typical routine Gynecologist appointment like? 14:70: Can you explain Asexuality? 15:31: How do you give a good blowjob?
This week, Out Loud acknowledges the presence and phenomenon behind Cuffing Season and further explores the challenges that come with holidays, families, partners, and sexuality. 00:23: What is cuffing season, and why do we engage in it? 08:14: Should we engage in cuffing season? Navigating and communicating what we want. 14:09: How do we define dating? 20:06: When should we introduce our partners to our families? How do we navigate acceptance? 28:14: Coming Out & Going Home
In this episode, Out Loud answers real questions submitted from students regarding sex and sexual health! 00:18 Does the Ribbing on certain condoms actually do anything? 01:31 Can you get genital herpes from someone with oral herpes? 03:14 How long can you wear a condom for? 05:00 Does being drunk affect how easily/difficult it is to orgasm? 07:05 Rather than faking an orgasm, how do we let our partner know we are not feeling pleasure without hurting their feelings? 10:12 If you want a man to go deeper with his penis but he physically cannot, how do you make it feel deeper and/or more pleasurable? 11:49 How do I stop my partner from cumming so quickly? 14:11 How can we make period sex more enjoyable? 16:50 Does non-verbal consent count?
In this special Halloween episode, Out Loud engages in dialogue surrounding the history of halloween costumes, slut shaming, spicing up our sex lives with kink and bondage, and finally they share their absolute favorite feminist flicks that YOU should watch this halloween.
In this episode, Out Loud welcomes students back to campus through facilitating conversations surrounding hookups/hookup culture, sex drive, orgasms, and campus resources. We are so excited to be back! Time stamps: 3:32: Pro Tips: Introducing Hookups 13:45: Factors that Affect our Sex Drive in College 16:15: Cuffing Season (happening NOW??) 18:39: Balance (Academics, Sex-Lives, Mental Health, etc.) 23:10: Orgasms as Motivation 24:50: Campus Resources
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we answer more of your questions about sex positions, sex toys, birth control methods, ethical porn and how to practice choking safely.
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we are joined by Gender and Women’s Studies professor and Sex Out Loud faculty advisor LiLi Johnson to discuss the history and implications of monogamy and non-monogamy.
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we talk all about sex toys. We discuss how to find what you like, the different kinds of toys, price ranges and technologies, stores to check out, how to integrate them into relationships and the importance of cleaning toys.
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by The Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we answer questions submitted by students about everything from lube, crushes, masturbation, resources on campus, safe sex during a pandemic, how to talk about sex and much more. Check out the written version of this Q&A written by co-host Elena Price in The Daily Cardinal’s latest print edition, the Sex and Life Issue.
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we answer questions from students about sex and sexual health. We discuss the importance of communication, condoms, lube, STI conversations, hooking up in college and other topics.
Welcome back to Out Loud, hosted by the Daily Cardinal and Sex Out Loud. Today, we talk about the representation of trans people in the media, the hypersexualization of queer characters, how parents react and which networks have and haven’t improved.