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Want to know how to close the orgasm gap? Riding your hormonal rollercoaster blindfolded? Feel like kicking your mental load to the kerb? You're not the only one. Ladies, We Need To Talk dives headfirst into the tricky topics we often avoid talking about, like our alcohol consumption, the struggles of monogamy and the wonders of our vaginas. With sensitivity, personal stories, and serious smarts, this show is for women who feel the squeeze between work, their private life, and their pelvic floor.
us at ladies abc. Why are we only judged on romantic relationships rather than some of the most important bonds in our life — our friendships? Yumi Stynes writes a love letter to our friends and casually invites herself into the wonderful friendship of Jamila Rizvi and Clare Bowditch. You can't help who you fall in love with.
But what happens if your family disapproves? Every relationship has its challenges, but for lovers from a completely different cultural and ethnic background, Yumi Stynes finds out that race, religion and tradition can add multiple layers of complication.
What happens if you're young and that 1 person, the special love that you searched for and pinned down, the one you expected to love till you were old — dies early? It's painfully lonely to be a young person grieving, but that loneliness can be compounded by the judgement of others on how to grieve. What happens if you want Bbc needs a talking too baby but you're running out of time? Maybe you haven't found the right partner, or you've found the right one, but they don't want kids? You just can't seem to get pregnant or you're simply too busy having an awesome life and heaps of fun to have a baby.
And then suddenly, your 'fertile window' starts to close. Have you noticed that most women have long hair, and most men have short hair? And how grey-haired men are silver foxes and women old and witchy? What's with these unspoken hair rules? And why the hell are we conforming? Yumi Stynes gets to the root of why women's hair is such a big deal and teases out why we're so tangled up in knots about our locks. Nearly one million Australian women live with persistent pain in their pelvis. Yumi Stynes finds out what the hell it is, what causes it and most importantly, how to get through the day with a raging pelvis.
If you need help dealing with your pelvic pain, www. Saggy boobs, cracked vaginas, being invisible, loneliness. Getting older can't all be this grim? CAN IT?!? Yumi Stynes finds out how to stay awesome, mentally and physically, as the years tick by and the mammaries get lower With thanks to the amazing group of women at the Bowral Country Women's Association. What really turns you on? Getting your toes sucked? High-heeled shoes? Fetish is a word that can be overused without us really thinking about its meaning.
Sexologist Dr Sarah Ashton helps us figure out what a fetish actually is, where fetishes come from and why it's A-OK to have one. We'll also find out what it's like to be the object of someone else's fetish. Listen up: we're back and we've missed you! Yumi Stynes as she dives right in to all the taboo lady-business that women find tricky to talk about. Whether it's your fetish, what the hell happens to us in old age or dealing with the rage in our pelvis — Ladies, we've got your back.
We love your feedback so please leave us a voic on or ladies abc. Why are people drawn to affairs? Psychologist Rebekka Sommer explains how people feel when having an affair for the first time.
The of Australian women undergoing cosmetic surgery on their genitals has increased threefold over the last decade — here's why that's concerning. Were you one of the thousands of Australian teenagers who wrote to Dolly Doctor? Dr Melissa Kang would have likely answered your question. Contrary to the stories we are told about male and female sexuality, it is actually women who are primarily asking for polyamorous and open relationships. Breaking up "well" isn't something you think about when you're in the flush of new love.
But here's how I learnt to do it, writes Yumi Stynes. Two decades after the first female urologist in Australia mapped the clitoris, there's still a lot of misinformation about this sex organ — and it's holding us back from experiencing pleasure. Obligations are often perceived, not real. Let's face it, you not showing up to a birthday party probably won't break someone's heart, writes Yumi Stynes.
Because women are socialised to put the needs of others before their own, they can often become over-supportive in heterosexual relationships. Coronavirus lockdown has led to people logging on to dating apps, partnering up and "accelerating romance". But at a time of such upheaval, can you be trusted to make a rational decision about your love life? The thing lockdown has shown me is that a lot of the adornment and body decorating I thought I found 'fun' — I didn't engage with when I was just with my immediate family, Yumi writes.
If you feel the better option is to take your secret to the grave, that's your choice, some experts say. We'll look at spending less, spending better and understanding why we buy things in the first place. We're giving you easy ways to save money on fashion, pets, travel, cars, phones, food and at the gym. So Nazeem for an eight-part adventure into our wallets and our minds to see why we spend, where we waste money, and what we can do about it. Myf Warhurst and Zan Rowe as they debrief on the biggest conversations of the week about music, art, life and stuff. The team discuss and uncover AFL stories from the outer.
Go Footy! Hannah talks all things sex, love and relationships. Call for a good time and stay for answers, both sexy and otherwise.
host Yumi Stynes as she tears open the sealed section on life. Presented by. Tue 27 Julam. Tue 13 Julam. Yumi Stynes talks to Ellidy Pullin, and other young widows, about life after death. Support services: Grief.
Tue 29 Junam. Yumi Stynes finds out what it's like to have one last shot at pregnancy. Fertility resources: yourIVFsuccess. Tue 15 Junam. Hair — Why do we care? Tue 1 Junam. Tue 18 Mayam. What the hell happens in old age? Tue 4 Mayam. Tue 20 Apram. Tue 13 Apram. More episodes chevron right. Videos external link. Video: Women who cheat Why are people drawn to affairs?
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