We have a cultural stereotype about masculinity that can often make us blind to the challenges and self-doubt that many men grapple with in regards to their sexuality.

While men and women may express their anxieties about sexuality differently, the truth is that men have just as difficult of a time coming to peace with their sexuality as women do. 

In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Tammy Hill of the Live Your Why Podcast for a discussion on masculinity and how our cultural messaging has impacted men’s ability to accept themselves as sexual beings. 

Listen to the full episode to learn more about:

* Sexual shame

* Performance anxiety 

* Desire discrepancies 

* Masturbation and Pornography

* Erectile dysfunction

* Being tolerated vs. being received sexually

* Creating more intimate relationships

If you found this episode helpful and want to learn more, consider enrolling in Dr. Finlayson-Fife's Art of Loving course for men! 

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