#65: Sexuality, Hunting, and Pursuing Empathy over Conquest, with Leonore Tjia


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Leonore Tjia is a coach, educator and writer whose work focuses on sexuality, power and wholeness. She is a sexual empowerment coach who helps people heal from sexual shame, embrace their desires and see sexuality as a source of personal power. An archer and poet, she lives in the hills of Berkeley, California. She and Eric talk about empathy, shame, the burdens we carry from our sexual socialization, and the difference between hunting as an act of empathic connection versus hunting as an act of conquest and achievement, among other things.

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