This week on Everything is Fine

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Our guest is Peggy Orenstein, an award-winning journalist and internationally recognized speaker on gender issues, especially those related to teens, sex and relationships. She is the author of seven books, including Cinderella Ate My Daughter, Girls & Sex, and her latest, Boys & Sex. We talk all about her research on gender, sex, and pleasure; how to have candid, sex-positive conversations with your kids; and why the Dutch are doing everything better than we are. Tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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6 Thoughts on This week on Everything is Fine
    Elle
    14 Feb 2022
    10:13am

    Oh wow that sounds like a well-timed conversation considering I now have 2 teen boys. Also wanted to add that I’ve been really loving the podcast lately. Thanks so much

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    RLJ
    18 Feb 2022
    8:11pm

    Loved this podcast. I wasn’t familiar w/Peggy Orenstein before but like so many of your other guests, you’ve opened my eyes and ears to voices I need to hear, especially as the mom of a 14yo daughter. Thank you, another excellent episode.

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    Sarah
    15 Feb 2022
    9:19am

    Ooh can’t wait for this one, Peggy Orenstein is a treasure!

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    Mamavalveeta03
    14 Feb 2022
    9:30pm

    I’ve got an 8-yr old granddaughter, so I’ll be listening!

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    cw
    14 Feb 2022
    3:37pm

    This was a podcast I wasn’t certain was going to be pertinent to me since my kids are both well into their dotage. Happily, I was wrong. Such a lovely person, such a great conversation and I am looking forward to the book she truly must write on women and how they experience sex/romantic relationships as they age. What a perfect topic for all of us!

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      Liz
      14 Feb 2022
      3:49pm

      Yeah, I don’t even have kids but I’ve heard Orenstein interviews in the past and she’s super interesting, so I’m looking forward to this one.

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