“We are more than walking pelvises, but we need our pelvises to walk,” says Sophia McLean. We talk about pelvic health, the connection between painful sex and purity culture, and the significance of a faith that is embodied.
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Sophia McLean is a pelvic health physiotherapist in London, Ontario. She has a physical therapy degree from Boston University and a theology degree from Regent College. She works with clients one-on-one, teaching to small groups, writing educational material, and continuing to explore the intersection of Christian faith, embodiment, and pelvic health. To work with Sophia, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
Vaginismus / Genito-Pelvic Pain Disorder (GPPD)