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Modern Renegades with Ashley Kelsch | My Thoughts On Netflix's Sex/Life

Ep #82

My Thoughts On Netflix’s Sex/Life

I’ve been feeling a little fired up lately, Renegades. If you follow me on social media, you’ll have seen that I’ve had a few daily – let’s say – musings. My most recent rant was about this new “must-see” show on Netflix: Sex/Life.

I had a few people ask me if I had watched it because they found it relatable and wanted to know if I did too. They said it was sexy, and the narrative around settling and desire was interesting. I tried, Renegades, twice. And I didn’t make it through the first ten minutes.

Join me this week and hear my thoughts on Sex/Life and the narratives and messaging it perpetuates around gender roles, sexual intimacy, relationships, and love. You know I don’t hold back, so I’m sharing why it left me feeling so pent up and some questions I’d encourage you to ask yourself if you still want to watch it.

What You Will Discover:

  • The narratives and concepts Sex/Life brings to light and fails to address.
  • Why feeling sexy and sensual comes from within – not from other’s opinions of you.
  • How the pandemic has highlighted the lack of support and structure to empower women to work.
  • What I believe we should be raising our kids to embody.
  • The differences between the male and female narratives in society.
  • What a healthy sex life and relationship is really based on.

Resources Mentioned:

  • If you’re enjoying the tools and concepts I’m sharing each week about your brain on dating, you won’t want to miss out on working with me one-on-one. I’ve just launched my program, Wake Up Before Another Breakup, where in just 8 weeks, you won’t question if you can trust yourself to date or why you can’t find the one. Click here to learn more about it and how you can work with me.
  • Sex/Life – Netflix series
  • The Feminine Mistake: Are We Giving Up Too Much? by Leslie Bennetts

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