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Episode 41 – Why Abuse and Porn Go Hand in Hand

by | Oct 30, 2019 | Expert Interviews, Learning, The Flying Free Podcast, Waking Up | 1 comment

Natalie interviews therapist and author, Andrew Bauman about the intersection between abuse and pornography.

Andrew J. Bauman is a licensed mental health counselor with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. He and his wife, Christy, run Collective Hope Counseling in Seattle, Washington, and Andrew is the author of Stumbling Toward Wholeness, Floating Away, The Psychology of Porn and (with Christy) A Brave Lament. You can follow his work at www.andrewjbauman.com and his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AndrewJamesBauman/


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1 Comment

  1. Sarah O

    Follow up question for Andrew – how, in your opinion, do we get more men involved in challenging misogyny? How do we make it so you aren’t a “unicorn”?

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