*** WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT ***
 
As a midlife mother of four, as far as I’m concerned, my relationship with my vagina is a kind of mild awareness that it’s had a few intense moments, of both the nice and not-so-nice kind, and it’s done its job quite nicely, thank you. That’s about it.
 
So, why has Danielle Dal Cortivo created a project called Free The V… with the “V” being V@gina?
So join me and Danielle for this interesting conversation and find out:
 
 💃🏻💃🏻 What caused Danielle to think that her V might need freeing
 
 💃🏻💃🏻 How we are born into shame, guilt and keeping our female sexuality hidden
 
 💃🏻💃🏻 The THREE HUNDRED negative thoughts that Danielle had about her V
 
 💃🏻💃🏻  The impact that these negative thoughts had on how she felt about herself and her life
 
 💃🏻💃🏻  How Danielle moved beyond her negative thoughts and how to identify your negative thoughts and what you can do to release them
 
 💃🏻💃🏻 Why the fact that the fastest growing type of plastic surgery is Vagioplasty is so concerning
 
Listen to the podcast and see what your thoughts are on this topic by the time the podcast ends, because, I can tell you, mine changed completely and I knew exactly what Danielle was talking about.

Today's Guest: Danielle Dal Cortivo

Danielle Dal Cortivo is a daughter, sister, friend and partner with a curious mind, inquisitive nature and passion for life. She is an entrepreneur and leader who has completed a Bachelor of Communications, a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling, and a Master of Public Health.

She’s a coach, startup expert, and founder of a charity supporting kids a little less lucky in Australia and Botswana.

Danielle loves travelling and exploring the world. But what she really loves is in being in meaningful conversations that make a difference.

Inspired by what becomes possible when women talk about their v@ginas, Danielle created Free the V to explore and alter the stigma around v@ginas and to empower women to reclaim their freedom, self expression and beauty.

Keep an eye out for her Podcast which will be coming out soon, Free The V.

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