Episode 18: Millennials & Sex: How Sexuality & Relationships Are Evolving, ft Albert Angarita

Welcome to Episode 18 of F*ck Like a Woman. Today I’m talking with singer/songwriter, Albert Angarita, about how sexuality, relationships, dating, and marriage is changing in the millennial age with more access to information, educational tools, and historical archives that allow us to make better decisions in life and love. We discuss power, privilege, and expanding our consciousness to become more evolved as human beings. My guest Albert Angarita is an incredibly talented bilingual Spanish singer/songwriter, entrepreneur, writer, poet, public speaker, and martial arts/taekwondo champion. Watch the video of our conversation on my YouTube channel by clicking here. The audio recording can also be streamed via your favorite app. 

These are some of the ideas we cover:

  • Let’s talk about destigmatizing sexuality as a culture compared to some of the other countries that have better sexual health outcomes and how this relates to raising children and educating them early on about sex, anatomy, and relationships.
  • Do you think millennials have grown up with more sex-positivity and acceptance of sex as a spectrum compared with earlier generations? (LGBTQ, sex openness)
  • Do you think millennials use less derogatory terms, like “fag”?
  • And what about with gender roles and egalitarianism?
  • What sex practices do you think millennials consider “normal” these days?
  • Do you think for millennial women there is a heavy emphasis on “performance” during sex (ie knowingly or unknowingly trying to recreate what’s see in porn – because what feels good doesn’t always look good/what looks good doesn’t always feel good)
  • How do you think guys tell the difference between a woman’s “performative” orgasm and a real orgasm?
  • Do you think millennials struggle with loneliness?
  • The power of education, access to podcasts and books, and the globalization of information to understand different models of living and loving around the world

This isn’t mean to be a comprehensive conversation, but hopefully it will encourage you to have conversations like this with people in your life. Check out the video conversation – it’s much more interesting to watch than to hear!

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