Sluts & Scholars Release ‘Sex After Trauma with Jimanekia Eborn’ Episode


Los Angeles, CA - Released today on sex-positive podcast, Sluts & Scholars, co-hosts Nicoletta and Simone interview sex coach and trauma specialist Jimanekia Eborn. The episode, Sex After Trauma with Jimanekia Eborn, is now available for download at iTunes and Spotify.

“Jimanekia is a wealth of knowledge about trauma and sexual assault,” said Sluts & Scholars co-host Nicoletta Heidegger. “In the news today, we have opened the conversation and shed light on sexual assault, but now what? This episode continues the dialogue and covers how to go from surviving to thriving so you can reclaim your sexual power.”

In the episode, Sex After Trauma with Jimanekia Eborn, it discusses how to thrive and find pleasure after sexual assault. As part of Sexual Assault Awareness month, Sluts & Scholars wanted to encourage an open dialogue about issues like trauma, consent, coping, and healing skills. Download the latest episode at Spotify or iTunes. Visit their official website at


Nicoletta Heidegger is the founder and co-host of the popular Sluts & Scholars podcast where she discusses sex, dating, current affairs, politics, and more. Past guests include Dita Von Teese, Nina Hartley, Jessica Drake, Blair Williams, Hudsy Hawn, Dr. David Ley, and most recently Sasha Grey. She is also a registered Marriage and Family Therapy Associate based in LA and hosts a YouTube series called Staying On Top where she shares the latest sex facts, education, and research.

In addition to her podcast and work as a therapy associate, Heidegger has contributed to The Stanford Daily, Vice, Playboy Radio’s Swing with Holli & Michael, Rebecca Zahler’s Don’t Waste Your Pretty podcast, Karen Lee Poter’s Sex Talk with My Mom, Dr. Wendy Walsh, and The Positive Results Corporation.

To learn more about Nicoletta Heidegger, visit her official website at You can also follow her on Twitter at @MsHeidegger and @slutsscholars.


Jimanekia Eborn is a sex coach and trauma specialist with ten years of experience in the mental health field. She is the Director of Education for survivor and ally support for the More Than No organization and consults on television and film projects to bring a healthy perspective on sex and surviving to cinematic media. She recently launched her own podcast, Cute & Black, and is teaching two sessions at the upcoming Come As You Are Summit. Visit her official website at or follow her on Twitter @Jimanekia.