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Dr Lori Beth Bisbey Shares Her Professional Insights with Private Parts Unknown Podcast

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Clinical psychologist, sex and intimacy coach, author, and speaker Dr Lori Beth Bisbey is a fascinating featured guest on the 161st episode of Courtney Kocak’s Private Parts Unknown podcast, “Queer, Kinky, Consensually Non-Monogamous: Dr Lori Beth Bisbey’s Life & Work”, part of the podcast’s special month of Pride programming.

In this insightful episode, Kocak delves into Dr Bisbey’s extensive career and expertise in gender, sexuality, and relationship diversity (GSRD), where she specialises in consensual non-monogamy and kink/BDSM and provides crucial support to individuals transitioning from victimhood to survivorship, and how she has dedicated her career to helping individuals create and sustain meaningful and exhilarating relationships.

“It was an honour to be invited to Courtney Kocak’s Private Parts Unknown podcast to share my knowledge of queer, kinky, and consensually non-monogamous relationships and help listeners embrace and understand the diverse ways in which people experience love and intimacy, and I’m excited to be part of this important conversation during Pride month,” said Bisbey.

Dr Bisbey’s unique identity and relationship status as a queer, consensually non-monogamous leather woman in a full-time authority transfer-based relationship with her husband add a personal dimension to her professional insights. The episode explores common issues faced by people living alternative lifestyles and offers practical advice for those interested in exploring their fantasies or considering non-monogamy.

Listeners can expect a thought-provoking discussion that highlights Dr Bisbey’s professional journey and offers actionable advice for those seeking to enrich their intimate lives for a deeper understanding and acceptance of diverse sexual and relationship practices, aligning with the podcast’s mission to explore the hidden and often misunderstood aspects of human sexuality.

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