Hey there, all you sex-having people! Back in August, we had an alternative sex survey, and the results are in. I have to tell you, we were BLOWN AWAY by the response. In just 30 days, more than 2,600 of you took the anonymous survey. We have just started going through all the data, and there is definitely a lot to be learned.
CBD is in everything lately. From body products to pet treats – the cannabidiol known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties – is popping up everywhere as the go-to ingredient for the world of wellness.
Among sand, sun and another royal wedding behind us, with June also comes LGBTQ Pride Month—an annual extravaganza commemorating the queer community and its ongoing fight for equality.
It’s a time for people of all ages, genders, orientations, and identities to band together and relish in radical acceptance of who they unapologetically are.
And despite how it may sometimes seem, it’s about so much more than just parades, parties, and Cher dance version remixes.
When it comes to sexuality, wandering organs and demonic possession aren’t usually the first elements that spring to mind. Crazily enough, these American Horror Story-worthy subjects were once widely accepted theories behind one of history’s most hotly mishandled subjects—the female sex drive.
April showers bring May flowers, but also valuable insight on one of the biggest social issues plaguing the pulse of our current culture—sexual assault.
Human sexuality is the interest and expression of sexual sensation and intimacy that impacts the heart, mind, and body. It is a natural part of human’s social life and is highly governed by the culture’s social norms.
Every society has its own set of rules of behavior on sex, age of sexual consent, sex education, homosexuality, marriage, female desire, etc.
There are many people who have taken it upon themselves to lead society into the sexual revolutions of the past and the present. Working at Sex With Emily and with Emily Morse, one of these current leaders, made me want to do a little research on others much like herself. These ladies in our past and present have gone largely unnoticed, or at least haven’t been given the proper recognition, in paving the way for our sexual freedom.
When it comes to history, we rarely get taught about sex and sexuality – unless you’re taking a specific college course. In fact, we rarely get taught about sex and sexuality at all.
While it’s obvious that things change and progress over centuries (we aren’t exactly using carrier pigeons anymore), some stuff seems to have gone… backwards.