It’s hard to pinpoint the precise moment when I realized that my life’s path was to become a sexual activist and pleasure mentor.
It could have been during my first menstruation. I was shocked by the lack of ritual, female community support, and sacred communication around it. Maybe it was during my adolescence, as I helped raise children that weren’t my own. Continue Reading
. I’ve always been aware of my bisexuality. Before I knew anything about sexual fluidity or a binary orientation system or the Kinsey scale, I knew that I was attracted to girls and boys.
I don’t recall a moment of sexual self-discovery. Never did I “come out” to anyone. I didn’t struggle to accept myself as queer. My sexuality was just a truth of my life. It was as real and natural as the color of my skin, my shoe size, or pronunciation of my name. Being a “bi” girl was not something I ever struggled to embrace. Continue Reading
Dating can be a challenge for all personality types: introverts, extroverts, and whatever the hell Taylor Swift is. Just because you’re an introvert doesn’t mean you don’t want lasting love and connection!
You’d just rather do it on your own terms. Which is, most likely, at home in your PJ cuddled up with your cat. So, here’s some tips and tricks for dating people when you’re perfectly content being alone.
For some peculiar reason, modern society raises us to view sexuality as something rigid and fixed, as if our sensuality could be set in stone. You’re gay or you’re straight, trans or cis, vanilla or kinky, and that’s that.
However through both my personal experience, and my years working as a sexuality doula, this doesn’t seem to be the case. At all.
The holidays can be a rough time of year. You have to save money to buy gifts, plan out dinners for family visits, make accommodations for traveling, all whilst having a cheerful heir about you.
Geez. I’m already ready for a nap. But, there can be use of all this newfound frustration. Channel your inner aggressions towards the place where dreams and orgasms come true— the bedroom. It’s time to have some of that primal, rough, and carnal sex that’s built into our DNA!
Is the holiday season an emotionally stressful or triggering time for yourself or your partner? Unfortunately, it often goes overlooked that this period can be more painful than joyful for some people.
Whether it’s a reminder of loved ones no longer with us, estrangement from family members, or even just emotional exhaustion from the long days and activities, it can be a challenging time for many.
We’re on the eve of a brand new decade. It’s about to be 2020, and while contemplating my fresh resolutions, sex is at the front of my mind.
This year, I’m making a point to do things differently in my bedroom and in my sex life. I want to walk into 2020 unafraid and ready to challenge myself sexually and romantically.
These are my New Year’s Sex-o-lutions.
There are a lot of reasons to have sex over the holidays. Actually, there are rarely any reasons not to have sex, and at the most wonderful time of the year, it would do us all a little good to put ourselves on the naughty list. However, for most of us, there’s what we want, and then there’s reality.
The Holidays are upon us! It’s a time of giving, receiving, and watching all the goddamn Holiday movies that you want. If you’re anything like me, you might need a little taste of holiday romance in your movie choices to heat up the cold December days. These movies are so romantic, they might inspire you to strike up some holiday romances of your own. So, let’s take a festive dive into the world of mistletoe and frozen kisses.
Of all the misconceptions about sex (and there are many), one of the biggest is that penetration is always the main course. We’ve been taught to believe that penile-vaginal insertion equals sex. This is not the whole truth.
Sure, it’s a component of what “sex” is, but it isn’t the end-all be-all. There’s so much more to sex than the P & the V.