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Welcome to Pleasure Central Radio!

Part memoir of a modern Renaissance woman, part career advice, part ‘how to be an amazing lover’ instruction manual... 

Pleasure Central is definitely about sexAND... Pleasure Central is just as much about every other kind of pleasure.

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Mar 16, 2021

Rebecca introduces one of the men she is dating (Rowan) and his wife/her metamor. 

Hear Athalie's strict religious upbringing and how communication and love helped them heal and move past the 0-100mph intimacy and the patriarchal BS that came with it. 

Listen to how they have thoughtfully and consciously opened their...

Mar 3, 2021

Rated R

Rebecca talks about some of her own patterns and how she has found ways to create healthier versions of those patterns in order to live a healthier life, and healthier, happier relationships. 

"Come play with me and co-create our OWN form of Pleasure Central Radio #ArtTogetherNow!" - Rebecca

If you’re down for...

Feb 15, 2021

RATED PG: Describing interesting adult relationship concepts…

Rebecca shares the medicine she needs this Valentine’s Day weekend - some compassion, deeper life values, and a heart-opening meditation for those we once loved out loud (written by Oriah Mountain Dreamer, read by Rebecca).

“Love is not something you...

Feb 7, 2021

Pleasure Famine: Coping in 2020 and Beyond

RATED PG: Describing difficult situations

Rebecca & Sara talk about what has been missing in their lives during the pandemic, how they are coping, the apathy that creeps in when our lives’ story arcs feel so much smaller than they have been, social media and it’s effects,...

Jan 24, 2021

RATED PG-13: For mild language and emotionally intense content

Rebecca shares about grief and the importance of holding space for our own grief and the grief of others in order to get back to pleasure again. 

Comment from an early listener: “You showed us how it should not be done when describing your mom’s funeral....