Oct 1, 2019
Lauren Brim is a doctor of human sexuality who is changing the
conversation we have about sex.
She's the author of five books, including “The New Rules of Sex”
and she is founder and creator of the Adult Play Mat and the make
up and apparel brand, Turned On.
Lauren has worked in the healing arts for over a decade and
began to specialize in women's sexual health after training to be a
midwife and witnessing that health care providers weren't speaking
with women about sex.
In this episode, we talk about how sex enriches our lives, how
our bodies relate to our businesses and what is possible for us if
we let our sexual energy be free.
Lauren shares how her own pain and frustration pushed her to
research and share her story.
We live in a society where sexuality is so suppressed and as
women, we are taught not to talk about this.
This changes how we are in the world, our relationships, how we
relate with money and how much money we are able to make and
Highlights you won’t want to miss:
- How sex can help you become powerful in your business.
- What is sexual energy and how it influences your results as an
- How sex enriches our lives, our physical health, and our
spiritual and emotional health.
- How Lauren’s frustration after training to be a midwife led her
to research and to write her book: The new rules of sex.
- What is sexual liberation? And what is your life going to look
like when you achieve it?
- Why it’s so important to be able to embrace who you are without
feeling any shame.
- Why no fantasy is bad or wrong.
- How to bring intimacy into your relationship and your
- “We don’t spend 15 years on the planet and then suddenly start
having a sexual relationship.” - Lauren Brim
- “Is it safe to be that powerful, to have that desire, to be
that sexual woman when the world is constantly telling you: I don’t
know if I can love you if you are that sexual or have that much
desire, and you have this belief deep down that something must be
wrong with you.” - Lauren Brim
- “They are powerful women, leaders in the arena, they are not
actually afraid of failing. They are actually afraid of how
powerful they are.” - Emily Aarons
- “We don’t need to use language to communicate; we have power
over our own bodies.” - Lauren Brim