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Sadly, our four-part series is closing out, but on the bright side, Dr. Ray and I discuss a beautiful piece of our lives that we both share. Coming from wildly different backgrounds and generations, we find a middle ground as it pertains to BDSM. The beauty within this realm of play is something unimaginable until you decide to take the leap.

We begin off by discussing the origins of our sexualities and where our kinks come from; you’d be surprised where your comes from and how it develops throughout our lifespans, but understanding why we like what we like, our thoughts become a little bit more tolerable, enough to maybe even try some of them!

Other topics covered are things like BDSM types of play, power dynamics and exchanges, cathartic release during scenes, communications, contracts, checklists, safety protocols, and last, but not to be forgotten.. BDSM is NOT therapy! It is a place to experience our vulnerabilities with those that we trust on the deepest of levels.

I’m positive that you all will enjoy this episode just as much as we did. It’s packed with love, laughter, and lots and lots of eroticism! Enjoy.

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Dr. Darrell Ray
Dr. Darrell RayPresident of Recovering From Religion
Featuring, the legendary Dr. Darrel Ray. A psychologist and religion specialist who helps individuals all around the world recover from religious trauma. He does this through his organization, Recovering from Religion. He’s also the author of two world-renowned books, The God Virus, as well as, Sex and God. Today, Dr. Ray takes on the critical task of confronting religion from a secular point of view in a therapeutic context. In today’s world, it’s rare to find a therapist who does this, which is why Dr. Ray decided to tackle this gap in the system the best way he knows how.