Have you ever thought about what place plastic surgery has in feminism? Today’s guest is Suzannah Weiss—a writer and editor whose work consistently focuses on discussing gender, sex, and feminism, and has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, and Vice. Weiss grew up on Long Island, New York, and attended Brown University, where she studied Cognitive Neuroscience, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Modern Culture and Media. She had several jobs but finally found her place as a freelance writer and editor, where she could share her ideas and do her research without being tied to any media. As a lover of knowledge and spiritual seeker, Suzannah works as a sex and love coach, teaching people to love themselves in order to love others. She is currently working on several books, writing articles of scientific and cultural interest, and appearing regularly on television shows and podcasts to discuss gender, body image, and social justice.
Sex, Feminism, Gender, and What Role Beauty Plays in Them, with Writer Suzannah Weiss
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- Suzannah shares her perspective as a feminist, on plastic surgery.
- She talks about her ethical responsibility as a sex and love coach.
- She explains whether THC can enhance pleasure in sexual intercourse.
- G Shot, The Mona Lisa Touch, and other modern procedures.
- Suzannah says what feminism is for her.
- Orgasms and what can prevent people from having them.