Everything sustainable sex

Disclaimer – At the time of recording, Wilhelmena went by a different name which you will hear throughout the episode.

Season 2 is here!! Welcome to the first episode of season 2 of S3XtheorywithDemi & Friends! In this episode, Demi is joined by Wilhelmena (They/She) to discuss sustainable sex. From condoms, lube and sex toys to the bigger questions of how accessible is sustainability, Demi and Wilhelmena discuss what sustainability in the world of sex looks like. 

Hi, I’m Wilhelmenaand I use They/She pronouns. I am RSE Educator but I’m also a Greenpeace speaker. I work predominantly under the name Enrich RSE with the wonderful founder Shannon Reddin and I also volunteer at Fumble as a Youth Advisory Board member and a content creator. I have been an advocate for green living for a long time now and bought my first set of period underwear at 17. I hope this episode on eco-friendly sex provides you with some insight, ideas and confidence that you can be green without breaking the bank. 

Show Notes

What you will find in this episode:

  • How can sex be sustainable?
  • Condoms and lube
  • Landfills are full of sex toys
  • Sex towels
  • Eco-friendly period products – the movement
  • Can sustainability be accessible for everyone
  • Reduce, reuse and recycle
  • Period product equation
  • Wilhelmena’s recommendations for eco-friendly products

Hot with Enrich & S3x Theory with Demi

Demi also joined Wilhelmena over on Hot with Enrich the podcast for three exclusive episodes, answering your questions. Below is number 1 of 3!

Wilhelmena’s socials

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