Have you ever wondered about the life of a professional stripper? And how women get into this profession?
Do you think sex workers are all sex fiends or druggies?
There are A LOT of myths floating around out there about sex workers that my guest Susan Bremer O’Neill and I bust up and clarify on Episode 11 of Ignite Intimacy.
Join Susan as I as we dive into the topics of women’s sexuality, self image, empowerment and what it was like for Susan to go from being a professional engineer to a stripper who now supports women to redefine our relationship to sexuality in order to accept and love ourselves as we are!
Susan Bremer O’Neill – BIO
Susan Bremer O’Neill, author, speaker, coach, and Self Appeal® Founder took an unusual path to self-love and respect. Today her interactive, motivational classes and programs empower women worldwide to love their body so they stop people-pleasing and comparing themselves to others, eliminate perfectionism and stop obsessing about appearance, and transform their current relationship or find smart romance in a new one.
Susan has been interviewed in San Francisco Bay Area and San Jose newspapers, television and radio, been featured on FOX news and published in Men’s Health Magazine. She’s spoken at Universities, and the National Organization of Women. In 2004 Susan produced the woman-empowering DVD, Striptease for Real Women, and in 2014 she published the story of her own journey, From Sex Appeal to Self Appeal: One Woman’s Journey to Recover Her Body, Her Sexuality Her Self.
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If you are currently being abused or forced into sex work against your will, or know someone who is, you can call the National Sexual Assault hotline: 1-800-656-4673
Or the National Domestic Abuse hotline: 1−800−799−7233