0142: Sexual Values Part 1: Values, Ethics, Rules, and How to Own Your Own Authority

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Lisa Butterworth hosts this episode of Mormon Sex Info. She is joined by Colette Dalton to discuss sexual values, ethics, rules, and how to own your own authority part of a series they are doing.

Check out the series Natasha Helfer did with Doug Braun Harvey on 6 principles of Sexual Health:
1.) Consent: https://mormonsex.info/2017/10/22/057-sexual-principle-1-consent/

2.) Non-Exploitative: https://mormonsex.info/2017/11/21/058-sexual-principle-2-non-exploitative/

3.) Honesty: https://mormonsex.info/2018/01/15/062-sexual-principle-4-honesty/

4.) Shared Values: https://mormonsex.info/2018/02/05/066-sexual-principle-5-shared-values/

5.) Protection from STIs, HIV and unwanted Pregnancies

Part 1: https://mormonsex.info/2017/11/29/059-sexual-principle-3-unwanted-pregnancy/

Part 2: https://mormonsex.info/2017/12/19/060-sexual-principle-3-avoiding-stis/

6.) Mutual Pleasure: https://mormonsex.info/2018/03/12/071-sexual-principle-6-mutual-pleasure/

Complicating the 6 principles of sexual health: https://mormonsex.info/2018/04/09/075-complicating-the-6-sexual-health-principles/

They discuss the “Sexual Values Inventory” which you can find here: https://www.natashahelfer.com/downloads


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Thank you to Jeff Meyers for the intro and Peter & Mary Danzig of Otter Creek Duo for the concluding bumper music.

Lisa Butterworth, LPC, NCC has a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Idaho State University. Lisa specializes in women’s issues, faith transitions, sexual concerns, LGBT+ journeys, trauma, anxiety disorders, body image concerns, and depression. She offers both coaching/consultation and therapy services to individuals, couples and families. Lisa is also the founder of the popular Feminist Mormon Housewives website and support group.

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