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The Sex Ed

Liz Goldwyn
Mental HealthHealth & FitnessSexuality

Explore sex, health, and consciousness with your host Liz Goldwyn, founder of The Sex Ed is a digital platform dedicated to sex, health and consciousness. We are here to educate, inform and inspire new discussions around sexual wellness. Each of our (s)experts have over 10,000 hours of experience in their respective fields. From clinical sexology and kink, to mindful meditation and sexual medicine— our goal is to help cultivate a deeper understanding, openness and acceptance of sex, health and consciousness. The Sex Ed is committed to answering your questions about sexual health and wellness with up to date, practical advice and resources.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 359 ratings
  • Absolutely loved season 1 & 2

    I thought both season 1 & 2 were highly informative and well done. Although I thought season 3 wasn’t quite what I was looking for, the episodes were still well produced and interesting

    Apple Podcasts
    Anya Hynell
    United States3 years ago
  • Please Consider

    ...not using language like “teaching boys how to process complex emotions”. While it’s good to address the ways our society teaches different skill sets to each gender, you become the prejudice we’re fighting against when you choose sexist and reductionist framing such as this

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Cheeky, interesting, and important

    In a society where so little is left to actual science and education concerning human sexuality and relevant subjects, resources like the ‘Sex Ex’ and the work they do are priceless and so important to the overall health and well-being of society. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Inspirational

    I’m so inspired by Liz Goldwyn and her podcast and community, The Sex Ed. This podcast and all the conversations she has shared with us has inspired me to pursue a career shift and become a sex therapist and educator. Everyone needs to listen to this podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • 💦💦💦

    Interesting and educational podcast about sexuality! I learn something new with every listen and it is a breath of fresh air. Every guest has interesting insight and Liz is wonderful ❤️

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