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Sex + Talk Podcast

Sex + Talk is a shame free podcast that covers everything from masturbation tips to talking to your doctor about your kinky sex life and everything in between. Join your host Angel (they/them) as they have discussions with guests about a wide variety of sex positive topics.

I am Angel (they/them). I am a queer, femme, sex positive educator in Edmonton! I am passionate about sexual empowerment, consensual kink, and social justice for safe and inclusive society. I am very involved in my communities. 

Listen to Sex + Talk on GTFO Radio | Thursday 5:00-6:00 pm MST


Sex + Talk would love to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments or topic ideas please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Below is a list of our upcoming topics for the show! Shoot us a question!

Sex Positive Talk Show Topics
April 14 : Kink, Autism, ADHD
April 21: Sex, Shame and the Sex Positive Journey
April 28 : Comprehensive Sex Ed
May 5 : ENM: Why open your relationship?
May 12 : Queer At Family Gatherings
May 19 : Somatic Embodiment in Link
May 26 : Kinky Dating Woes

Latest Episodes

  • Stories from the Bi/Pan Experience

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    Join Angel and Kelsey as they explore some of the misadventures they have had with their sexuality.

  • Trans Experience and Relationships

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    TW: Suicide

    Theo joins us today to talk about their transition experience, how their partner supported them, and the impact of a non-supportive family.

  • Covid is a pain in my Relationship

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    Join two psychology graduate students, Angel and Jocelyn as they discuss the impact of COVID on their sex life and more.


  • Group Sex 101

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    Today’s episode explores the basics of group sex with Violet (she/her).

  • Why Open Conversations are so Important

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    Join Angel and Stephen for this episode! Stephen is a special guest that is sharing his experience with coming out as a youth, rejection and lack of access to information and conversations about sexuality. TW: This conversation may be triggering to individuals who have experienced

  • Interview with a Sex Worker

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    There is a new non-profit in town!, an Edmonton based organization that supports the rights of sex workers!  Today we are interviewing one of the board members, who has lived experience as a sex worker and talking about the stigma around sex work and how that impacts sex workers safety.  

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  • Gender and Consent

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    Gender and Consent:

    I talk a great deal about gender and I wanted to provide a ground floor view of how gender and its prescribed roles influence how we view sex, sexuality and consent.   When I talk about gender, I am referring to the messages we are taught about ourselves and one another based on what is assumed about our gender.   This is all based on my experience as a nearly fifty year old person who was assigned female at birth and is white, able bodied and and het/cis presenting.  

    Again, I am not the holder of all information, so this rant is simply reflective of my current understanding.  Feedback is always welcome

  • What is going on with my vagina?

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    Sex Positive Talk is recording from home today, with a special episode about vaginal health, the lack of medical attention on pleasure impacted health outcomes for folks with a vagina, and a plea for fundraising for a non-profit that delivers shame-free sex education.

  • Dealing with Entitled Folks and Other Challenges

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    Hosting sex permissive events, running a sex positive space… well it has challenges! Join Angel (they/she) and Kyle (she/her) as they share some of the experiences they had while helping to run the Sex Positive Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

  • Do Your Own Emotional Labour

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    ASPECC folks discuss the challenge to learning to be sex positive and challenge your own biases while ensuring you are not relying on folks to provide that labour to you for your learning benefit.

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