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Founder of More Love Works | Co-Founder of Sex Reimagined
Advanced Certified Tantra Educator | Positive Psychology Coach
Love Pro Mentor | Podcast Host
Leah is available for Interviews,
Summits, Events, Speaking Engagements, and
Leah is a sought-after speaker and loves collaborating with those
seeking an expert in the love and intimacy space.
More likely to get a juicy yes if...
You're looking for a Media interview - especially podcasts, television, live or prerecorded videos, print media, and radio.
Online or Live, she's comfortable with large audiences and enjoys more intimate groups as well.
Invitations for print media require a live interview with the journalist.
If her schedule allows, she's happy to review requests to present at festivals, summits, and conferences.
Tapping into her genius zone
Curious questions, heartfelt inquiry, and a mix of humor and depth bring out her wonderful storytelling and always draws the audience in.
Her specialties are beginners or intermediate seekers of sacred sexuality, couples looking for deeper connection, and groups looking to heal from sexual or emotional wounds.
She also loves speaking to empowerment groups for all men or all women who appreciate an introduction to sexual mastery.
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Regena Thomashauer (a.k.a. “Mama Gena”) is a teacher and best-selling author, mother and media personality, and founder and CEO of the School of Womanly Arts, which began in her living room in 1998 and has since grown into a global movement. She believes that women are the greatest untapped natural resource on the planet, and that as people of all genders reclaim the magnificence of the feminine, the patriarchy will fall, liberating us all.
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LEAH SPEAKS ON TOPICS THAT RELATE TO THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN.
If you know you’d like to feature Regena’s work, but don’t have a set editorial direction, topics she speaks to frequently are:
The state of women in the world today — undervalued at work, home, and in relationships by a patriarchal culture … and how to overcome
Reclamation of the word “pussy” (and her best-selling book titled Pussy: A Reclamation) — and why language is important
Desire as a business plan — the story of The School of Womanly Arts
Women are not socialized to experience full emotional range — and this has dire, profound, and reversible consequences
Sex appeal is an inside job, and every woman has it
Man/woman and masculine/feminine dynamics and relationships
SAMPLE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS:
You often say, “Women are the greatest untapped natural resource on the planet.” What do you mean by that?
Why are so many women overwhelmed? And what can be done about it?
You’ve been quoted as saying, “Desire is the interface between you and that which is greater than you.” Can you tell me more about that?
Why, oh why, should we use the word “pussy”? And why is it that so many women don’t want to?
In your book, you write about the importance of language, and shared language, and the problems you see in how we teach little girls about their bodies. Can you speak to that?
What do women want?