Shame and Vulnerability in Sex and in Sex Blogging SL003

Smutlancer Podcast episode 3 on shame and vulnerability

Now that the holidays are over, it’s time for a new episode. This week, let’s talk about shame and vulnerability that occurs in sex and when we create content – whether it’s about sex or not.

In this episode:

  • This week’s episode is sponsored by Blubrry, a podcast hosting solution.
  • I recently read Daring Greatly and I Thought It Was Just Me by Brene Brown
  • These books focus on her research in vulnerability and shame
  • Shame is, unfortunately, central to how some people think about sex.
  • Talking about it – writing about it – can be an act of vulnerability
  • Our writing creates opportunities for both shame and vulnerability
  • We all have our own shame triggers – criticism, internet hate – it happens when someone pushes a button on something we personally fear might be true about ourselves
  • The act of writing and hitting publish can be an act of courage – and a way to make yourself vulnerable.

Links from the show:

The Power of Vulnerability – Brene Brown on YouTube

Listening to Shame – Brene Brown on YouTube

I Thought It Was Just Me by Brene Brown (affiliate link)

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown (affiliate link)

Blubrry.com – use code KaylaLords to get one month free!

Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

KaylaLords.com

Loving BDSM

Subscribe to the show:

Apple Podcasts

Google Play

Stitcher

RSS feed

Kayla Lords

Kayla Lords is a freelance sex writer, podcaster, blogger, all-around sex content creating human, and she really likes creating content. As a writer, she focuses on sex and kink primarily on BDSM and power exchange. She works with private clients to write their content and manage their social media, while also co-hosting two podcasts, running a YouTube channel, and managing multiple blogs. Let's just say, she stays busy and wants to keep it that way. Kayla is an international speaker and an award-winning sex blogger. She believes we are stronger together as a community than we are isolated and apart. We all deserve to get paid for the work we do, but until we understand our cumulative power, we'll all wonder if we're "the only one" doing this smutlancing thing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: