The Bad Girls Bible - Sex, Relationships, Dating, Love & Marriage Advice

Each week on the Bad Girls Bible podcast, your host Sean Jameson interviews experts and professionals and everyone in between to teach you the tips and technique you can use to improve your sex life and relationship or marriage. You'll also learn powerful insights on how to improve your dating and love life.
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Dec 31, 2018

Today on the podcast we welcome Poly Anna from the Sexploration with Poly Anna Podcast! In this episode we will be chatting about all things polyamory and getting Poly Anna’s personal and professional ideas, experiences and views on the subject. After a more traditional upbringing and early parts of her adult life, Poly Anna eventually found the strong desire for polyamory within herself and chose to pursue this urge. We get into the social aspects, catching feelings, intimacy and a host of other factors in this largely uncharted world of love. Poly Anna also gives us some great definitions and differentiations between various forms of ethical non-monogamy as well as sharing some positive and negative experiences of her own, navigating multiple partners and relationships. It promises to be a great episode with loads of helpful and juicy information for all of you.

Key Points From This Episode

  • Poly Anna’s own experiences and history with monogamy and polyamory.
  • Social expectations of polyamory and taboo acts.
  • How Poly Anna found her kinks and deeper desires.
  • Defining polyamory more clearly.
  • Some other versions of ethical non-monogamy.
  • Catching feelings and managing these in multiple relationships.
  • Is polyamory just an excuse to cheat without getting caught?
  • The initial steps to take in exploring polyamory.
  • Reaching out for help, support and information regarding this.
  • Maintaining intimacy with a primary partner.
  • Some of Poly Anna’s own experiences in polyamorous relationships.
  • Common stumbling blocks for different models of relationships.
  • Lessons for monogamy from polyamory!
  • Should everyone try polyamory?
  • Communication and coming out as polyamorous.
  • And much more!

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode

Poly Anna:

Poly Anna Facebook:

Poly Anna Twitter:

Poly Anna Instagram:

Poly Anna Email:

Polyamory: Married and Dating —

Dec 21, 2018

On today’s show we welcome Dr. Saketh R. Guntupalli who is the Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs and Quality in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. He is also the author of the book Sex and Cancer: Intimacy, Romance, and Love after Diagnosis and Treatment, and in this episode we chat about exactly that. Dr Guntupalli gives us some background into what inspired him to write the book and then goes onto some great anecdotes and information on the ways that cancer can influence intimacy and sexual relationships.

He stresses the key points that partners should always remember in trying to combat these potentially negative effects as well as focusing on some of the beautiful and surprising situations that arise out of something as scary as a cancer diagnosis. For all this and much more, be sure to tune in!


  • The patient that inspired Dr. Guntupalli to research and write his book.
  • A particular story from the book about reimagining intimate life.
  • The connection between cancer, hair, breasts and sexuality.
  • The gender disparity around anatomical procedures in medicine.
  • A three-pronged approach to overcoming the sexual challenges of a cancer diagnosis.
  • Some pointers for being a helpful partner to someone in treatment.
  • The emotional repercussions that a cancer diagnosis can have on a relationship.
  • And much more!


“So what I would suggest is not to think about sex as intercourse and orgasm. It is a platter of different things that you choose from.” — Saketh Guntupalli [0:19:53.9]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode

Sex and Cancer —

Saketh Guntupalli —

University of Colorado School of Medicine —

Dammit Doll —

Dec 14, 2018

On the show today we welcome Xanet Pailet, tantra educator, sex coach, and author of Living an Orgasmic Life.

Xanet is here tell us all about her work and how accessing your sexual blueprint and core erotic themes can guide you to a more fulfilling sex life and transform your whole world. We discuss Xanet’s own journey and the events in her life that led up to her current vocation before launching into some examples of the difficulties that people can have accessing and communicating their sexual needs.

We talk about lowered libido, sexless marriages, shame and how these relate to our early development and socialization.

Xanet gives great insight into simple ways to approach these sensitive subjects and shows just what a difference these measures can make.

We finish off the chat thinking about some pragmatic solutions to these issues and ways in which individuals and partners can make progress in this regard.


  • Some of Xanet’s personal and professional background.
  • The experiences that contributed to her pursuing a career in sexual therapy.
  • An anecdote showing the damage an unspoken desire can do to a relationship.
  • Some of the reasons for sexless marriages and lowered libido.
  • The issue of shame and socialization related to pleasure.
  • An example of the crippling effects of shame on our bodies.
  • Core Erotic Themes and our underlying sexual emotions.
  • How to go about communicating sensitive needs or fantasies. 
  • Using games or apps to start the process of communication.
  • Redefining sexuality and finding ways around tricky needs.
  • Explaining Attachment Theory and it’s different formulations.
  • And much more!


“I think most women have never really had continuous great sex. I know that’s a big statement to make but I think it’s really true.” [0:08:35.9]

“And I think that is what people really need to understand and to realize is that they really need to look at sex in a much, much wider spectrum than what we currently talk about it as.” [0:27:21.6]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode

Xanet Pailet —

Power of Pleasure —

Living an Orgasmic Life —

OkCupid —

Jack Morin —

The Erotic Mind

MojoUpgrade —

John Bowlby —

Dec 7, 2018

Welcome back to another episode of the Bad Girls Bible Podcast. Today on the show we are talking to Vikki Ziegler, a practicing attorney of matrimonial law and civil litigation.

Vikki is also a television personality known for her commentaries on high-profile cases, an active volunteer for women’s and children’s charities, and the innovator of a unique and realistic approach to “divorce management.”

In her career, Vikki brings together her insights as a divorce attorney along with her childhood experience of her own parents’ divorce, and years of careful listening to clients and friends to give pragmatic advice to those currently going through divorce.

Vikki’s approach seeks to de-stigmatize divorce by allowing its empowering aspects to triumph and her concrete pre-marital tips help couples avoid the pitfalls that can lead to divorce. In today’s episode we are going to talk about the strategies you can use to keep your relationship solid and prevent divorce in the first place.

For an incredible conversation with advice you can implement in your own life today, don’t miss out on this episode!

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Vikki’s childhood and how it shaped her life to becoming an attorney.
  • The most unique divorce case that Vikki has had.
  • Why divorce can sometimes be a good outcome from a bad situation.
  • The main reasons why people get divorced.
  • Building a strong marital foundation; get emotionally and financially naked.
  • Importance of vulnerability and communication for building trust in relationships.
  • How childhood wounds shape your ability to be a partner.
  • Advice for couples who are on the brink of a breakup or divorce.
  • Why volunteer work and helping other people is key for those going through divorce.


“I tell everybody, marriage is just like a job. Whatever you give in, you get back.” — @vikkiziegler [0:08:54.1]

“Things change and you have to have a strong marital foundation before you walk down the aisle in order to weather these storms.” — @vikkiziegler [0:10:43.8]

“If you're not happy, you can't make someone else happy.” — @vikkiziegler [0:15:44.8]

“99% of the time I recommend that everyone should have a prenup, because nobody knows what the future holds.” — @vikkiziegler [0:17:34.8]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Vikki Ziegler —

Vikki on Twitter —

Vikki on Instagram —

Vikki on LinkedIn —

The Pre-Marital Planner —

Nov 30, 2018

Today on the podcast we are joined by Dr. Holly Richmond, Somatic Psychologist, Certified Sex Therapist (CST), and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT).

Dr. Holly is one of North America’s leading sex therapists, serving women, men, couples, and gender diverse individuals for relationship and sexuality issues. She has been featured and quoted everywhere including Cosmo, CNN, Newsweek, Marie Claire, The New York Times, and more.

In the Sex Tech industry, Dr. Holly is also a sought after consultant and is seen as a pioneer in bridging the gap between sexual health education and adult entertainment.

Her work through the Next-Sex platform is an exploration of the context of emerging technology and sexuality and how to positively address both.

Today, Dr. Holly is on the show to discuss sex tech and how it can help and sometimes hinder your sex life. She also shares the benefits of Teledildonics to improve your sexual experience and the advances of using sex dolls and sex bots in the practice of psychotherapy.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Dr. Holly’s background and how she got involved in sex tech.
  • What is sex tech, and the role it plays in Dr. Holly’s work as a somatic psychologist.
  • The positive roles sex tech can play in someone’s sex life.
  • How virtual reality can help to encourage people to experience healthy eroticism.
  • Defining Teledildonics; Bluetooth connected sex toys.
  • Why deepfakes can either be really great, or really dangerous.
  • The difference between a sex doll and a sex bot; are they a good influence?
  • The role of sex dolls and sex bots in psychotherapy.


“Through my sex positive view, all sex is good sex as long as it’s consensual and pleasurable. I don’t get to make the choice about how much is too much. Every client does.” — @DrHollyRichmond [0:05:24.1]

“Virtual reality is almost a direct line to feeling and not thinking, experiencing instead of watching. It’s this embodied technology where we can become anything.” — @DrHollyRichmond [0:08:37.1]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Dr. Holly Richmond —

Dr. Holly Richmond on Twitter —

Next-Sex platform —

Naughty America —

Fleshlight —

Kiiroo —

Ella Paradis —

Lioness —

Our Lovely Toys —

RealDoll —

Synthetic Surrogates —

Nov 23, 2018

In this episode we welcome Eyal Matsliah, author, sex therapist and business coach.

Eyal takes a tantric approach to helping his clients overcome trauma, achieve multiple orgasms and take this energy into the rest of their lives.

We chat about the importance of conscious sex and how it can permeate through people’s intimate and public lives, inspiring creativity and success as well as bringing previously unimaginable heights of pleasure.

The conversation also covers sexual repression, early ejaculation, and achieving the sometimes illusive orgasm. Eyal has plenty of helpful instructions from his book and website to share as a taste of what he offers.

Finally, Eyal explains the idea of slow sex and how our attitudes towards sexuality can maximize our enjoyment and benefit.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Eyal’s background and how he came to his current position.
  • What Eyal understands by the term ‘conscious sex’.
  • The yoni massage and the healing that it can entail for both parties.
  • Prevalence of sexual repression and freeing ourselves from these shackles.
  • Harnessing energy through tantra and using it for your life.
  • Help for those who struggle to have any type of orgasm.
  • A guide to a helpful and exploratory self pleasuring practice.
  • A remedy for men with a lack of longevity in bed.
  • How to help your partner along the path to better sex in the right way.
  • Slow sex and getting away from the fast paced fiction of porn.
  • The different attitudes we can foster towards these goals.
  • Direct and indirect pleasure and considering giving and taking.
  • And much more!

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Intimate Power —

Intimate Power on Instagram —

Eyal on Facebook —

Eyal on Instagram —

Eyal Matsliah Twitter —

Orgasm Unleashed —

Layla Martin —

Are We Sexually Repressed and Don’t Know It —

Huffington Post —

Napoleon Hill —

Think and Grow Rich —

Tim Ferriss —

Bulletproof Coffee —

Start with Why

Nov 16, 2018

On the show today we are joined by Jamie Elizabeth Thompson who is a sex coach and intimacy expert, helping couples achieve a more fulfilling and connected sexuality and increased libido through erotic intelligence and somatic movement.

Jamie has designed a number of online courses for her clients to access their desire more successfully, with an emphasis on communication and self-awareness.

In our conversation Jamie lays out the useful concepts of her work and how they fit together to support the purpose of owning our sexuality and relating this to someone else.

We also talk about simple starting techniques in battling low libido, embodiment, foreplay, a sexual calendar and Jamie’s own Erotic Menu™. 

We finish off with some thoughts on how to share your own desires with a partner and how much this can benefit all areas on one’s life.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Jamie’s background work in relationships and how she ended up working with couples.
  • Somatic movement reprogramming and body awareness.
  • Understanding the concept of erotic intelligence.
  • The key to erotic intelligence and the first steps to take on a path to increasing yours.
  • Jamie’s advice to those struggling with low libido.
  • Turning the body on and using embodiment to get out of your head.
  • The importance of foreplay and navigating different needs.
  • Sexy scheduling and making time for intimacy in a busy life.
  • Jamie’s Erotic Menu™ and how it outlines different ways we give and receive.
  • Creating our own ‘training manual’ and sharing it with a partner.
  • And much more!

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Jamie Elizabeth Thompson —

Jamie Elizabeth Thompson on Facebook —

The Erotic Menu™ —

Dr. Esther Perel —

The 5 Love Languages —

Nov 9, 2018

Today on the podcast we welcome Megan Riley. Megan is a sexual empowerment coach, trainer, psychic, and the host of The Woman’s Guide to Living Your Orgasmic Life Podcast.

Throughout her career, Megan has worked with more than 19,000 men and women over a period of 14 years to heal the past and create more love, abundance, freedom, peace, and joy in all aspects of their lives.

She believes that everything happens for a reason, and in today’s episode, Megan opens up about her story of dealing with alcohol addiction and how her experience with a Yoni egg completely turned her life around.

We dive into the benefits of the Yoni egg crystal, how it works with a woman’s body, and Megan shares her advice and practices for first-time users.

Finally, we hear from Megan about how to better communicate with your partner to close the “orgasm gap” between men and women, and why she believes the prostate to be the “God Spot” for men.


  • Megan’s story and how she became a sexual empowerment coach.
  • What is a Yoni egg, and how does it work?
  • Advice for first-time Yoni egg users; what are the first steps?
  • How to communicate better to bridge the orgasm gap between partners.
  • Why the prostate is the God spot for men AND how to pleasure it.
  • Understanding how to approach the subject of giving a prostate massage.
  • The step-by-step guide to prostate massage.

Links Mentioned

Megan Riley —

The Woman’s Guide to Living Your Orgasmic Life Podcast —

Work with Megan —

Megan on Facebook —

Nov 2, 2018

Today we are joined by Nadja Eriksson who is here to tell us about her work in coaching women to experience a more fulfilled sexuality and the seven types of tantric orgasms.

Nadja hosts her own podcast called The School of Feminine Pleasure with her colleague and friend Ingunn Tennbakk.

The two have also recently completed a book about tantra and enlightened spiritual pleasure, which is due out next year. In our conversation Nadja unpacks her understanding of the term ‘tantra’ and its applicability to all.

She then lays out the seven different type of female orgasms and also spends time discussing the roadblocks that women can experience in achieving pleasure.

This episode ends with some thoughts on healthy practices for couples to have meaningful and interesting sex even as your relationship matures & potentially becomes boring.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • We start with Nadja’s background and the path to her current work.
  • The book she has been writing for the last two years.
  • Nadja’s understanding of the term tantra and who can practice it.
  • Differentiating the seven different tantric orgasms for women.
  • Common roadblocks to female orgasm and stored tension in the body.
  • Exercises and practices to release tension and trauma.
  • Nadja’s advice to couples wanting to maintain an exciting sex life.
  • The importance of vulnerability and honesty in maintaining a connection. 
  • And much more!

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Nadja Eriksson — - go here to download the first four chapters of her book.

To inquire about working with Nadja, contact her through her website or on Facebook. 

Public FB Group:

Women only FB Group:


Nadja Eriksson on Twitter —

The School of Feminine Pleasure —

The School of Feminine Pleasure Podcast —

David Berceli —

The Revolutionary Trauma Release Process