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
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by sex educator, writer and contributor for the SWE site Isabella Frappier to talk about her sexual liberation work – as well as how to take charge of your own sexual destiny.
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It’s easy to place the responsibility of your sexual energy onto a lover.
We can blame a partner for having a libido that doesn’t match ours.
Perhaps pointing to the absence of a current sexual partner as the reason for a lack of sexual arousal.
But is outsourcing your sexual energy a good idea, and a sustainable option?
Here’s how to take charge of your sexual energy, turn on your sexual pilot light, and keep it lit.
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So many of us struggle to prioritize self care, let alone self love.
It’s pretty quick to drop to the bottom of the to-do list for most people.
Whether it’s because of a busy life, juggling parenting with being a human, perhaps schooling, work, you name it, we have an excuse for prioritizing everyone and everything but ourselves.
So how do we find the balance, and what even is self-care, really?