Why Date A Butch Instead Of A Man?

Our obsession with fitting into neat masculine and feminine roles, masculinity and femininity ebb and flow, and attraction.


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Mou and Jenoa answer the question that has been asked of queer/lesbian/bi/pansexuals: Why Date A Butch Instead of a Man?

 

In this episode of The Sex Talk, Jenoa and Mou discuss gender stereotypes based on hetero-normative culture, our cultures obsession with fitting into neat masculine and feminine roles, masculinity and femininity ebb and flow, and attraction. 

 

 

Moushumi Ghose is a queer and kink friendly sex therapist, and founder of Los Angeles Sex Therapy, and Jenoa Harlow is a lesbian identified actor and coach. 

 

Moushumi Ghose and Jenoa Harlow are hosts of The Sex Talk, a web-series focusing on sex education, relationship and dating advice, which hopes to raise awareness about healthier attitudes about sex and sexuality. 

 

Stay Tuned, stay kinky and stay sex positive.

 

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Introducing Mou and Jenoa. Moushumi Ghose is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in sex therapy and is an advocate for healthy sexuality and Jenoa Harlow is an out actress, a sex enthusiast and an advocate for gay/lesbian rights and information

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