How To Liberate Yourself From Sexual Shame & Judgement

Michelle Kasey is a multi-creative, and award-winning pole dancer. She works as a sexuality specialist & coach with individuals to regain their vibrant sensuality & to unleash the power of their sexual authenticity, as well as with couples to co-create revelatory intimacy & connection, & to create transformative containers of conscious communication.

Michelle Kasey is a multi-creative, and award-winning pole dancer. She works as a sexuality specialist & coach with individuals to regain their vibrant sensuality & to unleash the power of their sexual authenticity, as well as with couples to co-create revelatory intimacy & connection, & to create transformative containers of conscious communication.

How often do we find ourselves judging others for their sexual expression and lifestyle? Did you ever slutshame? Have you ever talked behind someone’s back, just because she or he is expressing her- or himself in a way that makes you feel… uncomfortable?

When we catch ourselves judging others, we could embrace the situation as a beautiful opportunity to look into the mirror and ask ourselves: why is this triggering me? Whatever it is that I am judging on, do I feel like this is something I am actually yearning to do or experience myself, but I am too ashamed of? Where does this shame come from? Once identified, we can start working with these feelings in order to transition to a more intentional and freedom-oriented sexual lifestyle ourselves.

In this podcast episode you’ll listen to Laura Ellen & Michelle Kasey, a pole dancer and sexuality specialist, having a conversation on all things sexual shame & judgement and the tools we have within us to liberate ourselves from these feelings. Sexual shame is blocking us from living our best, healthiest, most turned-on life, so it’s time we take an honest look and start rewriting our own sexual stories.

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Read Michelle’s book recommendations:

“Sex at Dawn: The prehistoric origins of modern sexuality” by Christopher Ryan & Cacilda Jetha

“Come as You Are” by Emily Nagoski

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