This is a deep and powerful discussion is on stuff that’s normally kept on the DL. We talk body boundaries and and self-love. Diving further into vulnerability, we’re smashing open the topic of faking orgasms, how big of a problem it really is and how continuing this epidemic destroys intimacy and self-worth.
Our guest, fashion icon, author and activist, Carré Otis-Sutton was one of the most recognizable faces in the modeling industry while spiraling into severe anorexia, addiction, sexual assault and domestic abuse with her former husband Mickey Rourke. After years of recovery through spiritual and personal work she is now a voice for change for those in need.
Today we will learn:
- Body boundaries and how to create them
- Why faking orgasms destroys intimacy and self-worth
- How to cultivate self-love in ourselves and the next generation
Learn More About Carré Otis-Sutton
Carré Otis-Sutton spent most of her life in the spotlight. She was one of the most recognizable faces in the modeling industry in the 80s and 90s. She was also known for her tumultuous, and abusive marriage to Mickey Rourke.
Her life spiraled out of control suffering from severe anorexia, various addictions, sexual assault, and domestic abuse. She published her memoir beauty Disrupted in 2011 and after years of recovery through spiritual and personal work she is now a voice for change for those in need.
- The book: Beauty Disrupted: A Memoir