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6 Sex-Positive Influencers To Follow On Instagram

Follow these sex-positive influencers on Instagram for the sex education you probably never got.
Published -16 Jun 2022, 15:00 ISTUpdated -16 Jun 2022, 14:49 IST
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Talking about sex and female pleasure is still taboo in India. The influencers on Instagram are changing the way we perceive these topics. They share insights, facts and advice on sex, orgasms, menstruation and masturbation. Let’s take a look at some of the sex-positive influencers we love to follow!  

Dr. Tanaya Narendra (@dr_cuterus)

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Image courtesy: Tanaya Narendra/Instagram

Dr. Tanaya is an award-winning doctor who is trying to put ‘fun’ in the fundamentals of sex. From answering questions about anatomy to popularising the HPV vaccine, her Instagram page covers almost every topic related to the sexual and reproductive health of human beings.

You can also learn about menstrual cups and other facts about menstruation. She has talked extensively about contraceptive pills, misconceptions we’ve imbibed from porn and myths of the hymen breaking.

She also shares a few glimpses from her performing medical procedures. 

Karishma Swarup (@talkyounevergot)

 

Karishma is an award-winning sexuality educator who talks about the HPV vaccine, the clitoris temple carvings, STI tests and infertility.

Karishma’s page also has content regarding laws about surrogacy in India, internal condoms, asexual spectrum, ‘correct’ technique of sex, queer sex, periods (prepare daughter mentally for her first periods) and masturbation.

Pallavi Barnwal (@coachpallavibarnwal)

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Image Courtesy: Pallavi Barnwal/Instagram

Pallavi Barnwal is a sexuality and relationship coach. On her Instagram page, she talks about how to spice up your sex life,t sex being messy, principles of sexual health, vaginal dryness and unconsummated marriages.

On the subject of relationships, she has videos sharing advice on offline dating, having great sex without intercourse, the art of intimacy, seduction and toxic relationships.

Seema Anand (@seemaanandstorytelling)

 
 
 
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Seema Anand is a sexual health educator, mythologist, scholar of Shringara, storyteller and author of ‘Arts of Seduction’. She is one of the few women on the internet who talks about female pleasure at length.

Some of the videos on her page on this topic include sex positions, lessons from the Kamasutra and ancient teachings about sex. She has also touched on topics from mythology, like Krishna and the thirst of the soul.

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Leeza Mangaldas (@leezamangaldas)

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Image Courtesy: Leeza Mangaldas/Instagram

She is a sex-positive influencer on Instagram with a bio that reads, “Imagine a world where all sexual experiences are consensual, safe and pleasurable.” She runs a sex podcast The Sex Podcast, which you can find on Spotify, where she talks about everything related to sex.

On her page, she shares different kinds of experiences, like visiting a sex toy store and gifting her friend their first vibrator. She is bilingual, and a lot of her content can also be found in Hindi.  

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In a few videos, she has talked about first-time sex being painful for women, flavoured condoms (contraceptions failure), lube, nipple pasties and body tape.

Sakshi Tickoo (@sex.love.andot)

 

Sakshi Tickoo is a sexuality counsellor, occupational therapist and author of #SexCare. On her Instagram page, she talks about how to maintain genital health, the power of sexual context and erectile dysfunction.

She also discussed topics like closing the orgasm gap, before and after sex practices, and sexual orientation.

 

Let us know in the Facebook comments who you follow and why. Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more such stories. 

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