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The relationship between sex and imagination | Gina Gutierrez

The relationship between sex and imagination | Gina Gutierrez

601,265 views | Gina Gutierrez • TED2022

Sex is as much mental as it is physical — and imagination is the most powerful tool we have to expand our personal agency and capacity for pleasure, says sexual wellness storyteller Gina Gutierrez. The founder of audio-erotica company Dipsea, Gutierrez creates immersive audio stories designed to open up space to explore your desires and fantasies on your terms. She shares some tips to inspire your sexual imagination and bring joy, confidence and empowerment into your life.

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Sex is as much mental as it is physical — and imagination is the most powerful tool we have to expand our personal agency and capacity for pleasure, says sexual wellness storyteller Gina Gutierrez. The founder of audio-erotica company Dipsea, Gutierrez creates immersive audio stories designed to open up space to explore your desires and fantasies on your terms. She shares some tips to inspire your sexual imagination and bring joy, confidence and empowerment into your life.

This talk was presented at an official TED conference. TED’s editors chose to feature it for you.

Visit DipseaStories.com/TED and explore the app for free for 30 days using the code TED.

Gina Gutierrez founded a company producing original audio stories designed to help listeners tap into their sexuality more easily and comfortably.

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