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In celebration of Father's Day, we are re-releasing this popular episode from the archive!

During this Q&A discussion, Dr. Jennifer discusses the complexities of men's sexuality, particularly within the context of LDS cultural dynamics. The discussion, driven by questions submitted by our Facebook Group members, highlights the pressures and expectations men face, the importance of seeing men's sexuality as a positive force rather than a problematic one, and how couples can create real intimacy in their marriages.

Listen to the full episode to learn more about:

* Masculine and Feminine Energies

* Sexuality and Morality

* Intimacy in Marriage

* Challenges in Emotional Connection

* Navigating Sexual Desire Discrepancies

* The Impact of Pornography on Relationships

*Self-Respect and Intimacy

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