I am super excited to share today’s episode with you all. This week, I am joined by none other than Susan Bratton! Our entire conversation today is all about how we can reclaim our relationship with sex — whether that be with ourselves, our partner/s, or both. Suffice it to say, this is a rather juicy episode. 


As an intimacy expert to millions, a champion and advocate for all those who desire intimacy, a publisher of heart-connected lovemaking techniques, and a best-selling author and publisher of 34 books and programs, Susan shares everything that you need to know to begin your journey in activating more pleasure in your life. She shares the actionable steps we can take to connect with our bodies on a deeper level than we ever have before, how we can have more gratifying sexual pleasure, and offers key guidance around toys, expanded orgasm, and understanding your personal pleasure. 


This truly is an episode for people that want to fight for their sex life and reclaim their sexuality — so if that’s you, stay tuned! Susan truly has a lot to offer you in this conversation. 


Key Takeaways: 

[1:15] All about today’s exciting episode with Susan Bratton! 

[2:37] Welcoming Susan to the podcast! 

[3:17] Susan shares about her career journey, why she is so passionate about YOUR passion, and why she calls herself an “Orgasminaut”! 

[9:58] Why you should not delay your pleasure — no matter how busy you are or how many kids you have! Are you fighting for your sex life? 

[12:40] Yes — you can schedule out your sex life! 

[14:26] Susan’s weekly orgasm challenge and the power of learning new pleasuring techniques. 

[15:56] The difference between how men need to have sex vs. how women need to have sex. 

[26:23] The imperative connection between orgasm and pleasure, and our nervous system. 

[31:10] Does anything change with a sexual relationship post-vasectomy? 

[31:45] What an “expanded orgasm” practice looks like, and how we can achieve an extended orgasm as women. 

[37:28] How men can achieve an expanded orgasm and the key difference between ejaculation and orgasms. 

[40:53] The role that toys play in our sex life and Susan’s top toy recommendations. 

[46:38] Susan’s favorite position. 

[48:03] Using sex toys is not “failure” — it’s simply a tool for enhancing your experience! 

[50:24] Susan’s key-performance indicators! 

[54:27] Where to access Susan’s resources and education online! 

[55:02] Thanking Susan for joining the podcast! 


Mentioned in This Episode: 

Fun Factory — Miss Bi 

Fun Factory — Lady Bi 

Womanizer Duo 

Hot Octopuss — Kurve 

Hot Octopuss — Pulse Duo Lux 

Fun Factory — Nos 

Joylux — vFit Gold 



Phoenix Her 


More About Susan Bratton 

Susan Bratton, “Intimacy Expert to Millions💋” is a champion and advocate for all those who desire intimacy and passion their whole life long. 


She is co-founder and CEO of two corporations: Personal Life Media, Inc., a publisher of heart-connected lovemaking techniques and bedroom communication skills, and The20, LLC., a manufacturer of organic and botanical supplements that enhance sexual vitality. 


A best-selling author and publisher of 34 books and programs including Sexual Soulmates, Relationship Magic, Revive Her Drive, Ravish Him, Steamy Sex Ed™, The Passion Patch, Hormone Balancing, and Hot To Trot. 


Susan has been featured in the New York Times and on CNBC and the TODAY show as well as frequent appearances on ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, and NBC. 


You can find The Susan Bratton Show® at, her personal shares on Instagram @susanbratton, and her lust-for-life supplements, FLOW and DESIRE at 


Connect with my Guest: 

Websites: & (Be sure to follow along to learn more about the different types of orgasms!) Visit for a free video and ebook diving deeper into how female orgasm can scale exponentially to create greater pleasure and connection to oneself and lovers, informing your personal power and passion. 

Social Media: Instagram @SusanBratton, Twitter @SusanBratton, Facebook @TrustedHotSexAdvisorToMillions, Youtube BetterLover & Linkedin @SusanBratton  


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“I jokingly call myself an ‘Orgasminaut’ because I go to the farthest reaches of orgasmic pleasure space and I figure out how to have all kinds of orgasm pleasure and then bring back the map to that territory so that people can easily also have that pleasure.” — Susan Bratton 


“My goal with our conversation today is to help [Entrepology] listeners activate more sexual pleasure in their lives.” — Susan Bratton 


“Scheduling, what I like to call ‘erotic playdates’ instead of sex, [will have] you looking forward to it and doing what I think is a really critical component to the monotony of monogamy; which is learning new things together.” — Susan Bratton 


“You can cross the orgasm chasm and start having orgasms from intercourse — it’s just a learned skill! All women can have it.” — Susan Bratton 


“We use tools for everything. … Why would we not add toys to our sex life? And it’s not an admission of failure; the only admission of failure is failing to not leverage tools of pleasure that are so excellent and available! ” — Susan Bratton 


“A big part of our libido begins in the gut. … If we have any gastrointestinal issues, that’s the #1 place to start with regard to fixing the libido.” — Susan Bratton 


“My purpose is to give you the permission and the ideas to have heart-connected, passionate lovemaking.” — Susan Bratton