Ep. 1 of the Orgasmic Birth Podcast

Discover the Secrets to Love, Pleasure, and Intimacy in Childbirth and Parenting

Orgasmic Birth Podcast: Pleasure in pregnancy, birth and parenting. I believe pleasure is our birthright – from our sexuality, birth, parenting and beyond, we can find pleasure when we create space for joy and intimacy in our lives. Join me to have deep conversations about breaking the taboos of Sexuality + Motherhood/Parenthood.

Listen to leading experts in sexuality, healing and childbirth as well as stories from new parents, doulas, doctors, midwives and nurses. We will discuss how to positively prepare for childbirth and parenting by expanding love and intimacy in your life.

In this episode:

Lack of good sexual education has led to a rise in fear of childbirth and dissatisfaction with the experience. Debra highlights the importance of having a positive experience during labor and birth, emphasizing the importance of trusting one’s body. Midwives play an important role in making women feel confident and empowered in the childbirth process. It is important for people to have access to trained midwives who can provide support during labor and delivery. The Global Survey on Birth and Breastfeeding Practices was convened to launch a global initiative to improve and provide safe & respectful maternity care .  Debra talks about how collaborating with other organizations have led to a number of successes, including the creation of the International Childbirth Initiative. Debra also tackles the effects of bad birth experiences on people’s feelings about their bodies and relationships.

Key Takeaways:

-Childbirth should be experienced in a way that is free and unrestrained. 

-Learning how to trust your body unlocks positive experiences 

-The key to safe and enjoyable birth relies on reducing stress and simple techniques 

-Trained midwives are essential in providing much-needed support 

-Understand that you are the center of the care

“The words people use, the way they make us feel, either opens us to birth or it can close us right down.”
– Debra Pascali Bonaro
“The medical model saves lives when it’s needed, but the overuse and insensitive rush care is putting people at risk emotionally and physically.”
– Debra Pascali Bonaro

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