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Join Hannah Witton and some very special guests as they discuss all things sex, relationships, dating and bodies in her new podcast, Doing It! In a series of frank, open & honest conversations guests talk about their personal experiences from periods and pregnancy to sex, disability and everything in between. Expect laughs, tears and some serious sex education.
 
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Banging Book Club

Hannah Witton, Lucy Moon and Leena Norms

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Hello! We are Banging Book Club, three friends who decided to read a book about sex every month of 2016. We thought we'd document it in a monthly podcast, which you can listen to here! We hope you enjoy it - feel free to subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes or listen on Soundcloud. If you're looking for spoiler free summaries of each book, we have created a five minute video for each read which you can find the link to in the description of each podcast. Basically, we're the baddest bitches i ...
 
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In this casual end of season episode, Hannah has a good sit down chat about how season five went and what it was like being pregnant while recording, and then digs into some listener questions about pregnancy, parenting and maternity leave plans, and what you can expect from Doing It in the future! Thank you all for all your support this season, an…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Kaz Lucus, a kink positive queer Kenyan sex educator who hosts The Spread podcast. Kaz talks to Hannah all about why she decided to create the Spread Podcast and her mission of helping fellow Kenyans be more open in discovering their sexuality, as well as how religion is the root of sexual taboo and stigma in Ke…
 
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In this episode, Hannah is joined by Dr Emma Chan, who is a doctor working in mental health, the Reproductive & Sexual Health Lead at The School of Sexuality Education, and co-author of “Sex Ed: An Inclusive Guide to Relationships”. Emma discusses what current sex education neglects to mention about pregnancy, including fertility, miscarriage, and …
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Alison Wiggins, who is Subject Leader for the PGCE in Social Sciences and PGCE Psychology programmes at University College London. Alison discusses how she works with teachers to remove their own personal experiences and beliefs around sex when working with students, and the importance of listening to young peop…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by LalalaLetMeExplain, an anonymous sex, dating and relationships expert and a qualified social worker who has just released her first book: “Block, Delete, and Move On”. Lala and Hannah talk about what dating with self-love really looks like, why it’s more important to look for green flags than red flags when it c…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Quinn Rhodes, who is a queer, disabled trans sex writer. They talk about why Quinn is reclaiming the words “transsexual” and “faggot,”, why he feels the word “pegging” has homophobic undertones, and how companies need to stop making masturbation all about capitalism. Quinn discusses how to queer up your sex life…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Melanie Murphy, an award winning lifestyle YouTuber, bestselling author and Hannah’s good friend! Mel talks about how relationship with her bisexuality has changed since becoming a mum, being genderless blobs with her husband, and how she navigates creating parenting content whilst also maintaining boundaries fo…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Sangeeta Pillai, a podcaster, activist, and speaker, and the founder of South Asian feminist network Soul Sutra. Sangeeta discusses the impact of colonisation on Indian sexuality, as well as the shame surrounding South Asian women’s sexuality. She and Hannah also talk about what the Kama Sutra is really about, a…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Ella Dawson, who is Ella is a sex and culture critic who digs into topics we usually avoid in polite company. Ella discusses herpes - how common herpes is, how recent the stigma around herpes is, and also how sex-positive sex education can talk about STIs in a way that doesn’t exacerbate STI stigma. Ella and Han…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Florence and Reed, the hosts of the Fucks Given podcast and co-founders of Come Curious, to talk all things fetishes and roleplay! Reed shares about her tickle fetish and her journey with acknowledging and accepting it and being more open about it, as well reducing the shame that she's felt for years because she…
 
In this end of year episode, Hannah and Moog, Hannah’s assistant, reflect on working on the podcast this year, the rebrand, Hannah’s pregnancy health break that put the podcast unexpectedly on pause for a while, plans for 2022 and what's going to happen with the podcast when Hannah’s on maternity leave? They talk about their favourite episodes, if …
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Paulita Pappel, who is a producer, director, and performer, and the co-founder of Lustery.com. Lustery is a platform for homemade porn from real couples and Hannah and Paulita talk about how that works, how they screen people and pay them for their work, and how the definition of amateur porn has changed. Paulit…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Scotty Unfamous, who is an award-winning erotic author and sexfluencer. Scotty talks about her work helping women live their best heaux life, and specifically what it means to be doing sex education for black women. As Scotty is an erotic writer, we had to ask her about her thoughts on 50 Shades of Grey and Hann…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Silva Neves, who is a psychosexual and relationship psychotherapist and author, to dispel all the myths around sex addiction and give us a better framework to view sexual behaviour through. Silva talks about the difference between the public idea of sex addiction and the understanding of it in a sex therapy clin…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Megan Jayne Crabbe, who is a creator, author, presenter, and body positive advocate. Megan and Hannah talk about when they first learned that our bodies could bring us pleasure instead of pain or just being about somebody else's pleasure, as well as dismantling internalised shame about experiencing pleasure. The…
 
We're back! We took an unplanned break because... *drum roll* Hannah's pregnant!! And the first trimester was a rough time for her. But we're back, and in this special episode, Hannah and her husband Dan answer all your questions about the pregnancy, becoming parents, their relationship, and a whole bunch more. Don't forget to follow @doingitpodcas…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Amp Somers aka Pup Amp, who is a blogger, sex worker, and activist and creator of Watts the Safe Word. Amp and Hannah try to define kink and BDSM, talk about a lot of the misconceptions in a post 50 Shades world, and talk about animal play and the stigma surrounding it. They get into how kink isn't always sexual…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Justine Ang Fonte, who is an intersectional sex educator. Justine talks about the recent backlash she experienced from conservative parents and the media about her sex education classes. She and Hannah talk about porn literacy, and how to talk about porn with young people. They also talk about the present state …
 
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