Episode 101 comes to you from rainy Andalucia, Spain. And that’s so appropriate, because today we’re talking about indoor activities, specifically what goes into designing and creating a sex products.
I blame my mother for my poor sex life. All she told me was, ‘the man goes on top and the woman underneath.’ For three years my husband and I slept on bunk beds.” ~ Joan Rivers
You aren’t born knowing how to be a good lover. And even if your parents do give the sex talk, they won’t go that far (thank goodness). Learning to enjoy sex with a partner is far more about open and honest communication between two people. It requires insights into what you each like and being comfortable exploring together.
Today we’re diving into the world of sexual products (aka sex toys) and their role in helping to create and foster open communication. We’re going behind the scenes to learn how those toys begin life with the help of a founder of one company who is striving to create pleasure products for the masses.
Our guest today is Brian Kreiger, an engineer with a background in consumer product development. He is one of the founders of Minna Life, a startup from San Francisco that is dedicated to creating beautiful and approachable sexual health and wellness products. You can find out more at MinnaLife.com.
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- Listen as we chat with erotica writer Rachel Kramer Bussel back in Episode #79
- Join us as we chatted with a sex educator from Norway in this revealing and engaging conversation
On next week’s show, we’re going out of the bedroom and into the kitchen to talk about food waste and the Slow Food Movement. It’s a subject near and dear to us, and we know you’re going to like it.
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