Sex education in America sucks. And, not in a good way. Many women, rather than embracing and celebrating their feminine sexuality, are suffering with feelings of shame and disdain because of distressing religious judgment and crappity-crap cultural conditioning. These women are then expected to enter into long-lasting relationships and marriages and react as authentic sensual beings. Shyuh,… Continue reading Supporting Adult Sex and Pleasure Education
Knowing the seven pillars of strong, healthy relationships is important knowledge for anyone who wants to build, nurture, and solidify their personal and interpersonal relationships. These crucial components must be practiced by each individual for both their partner as well as for themselves -- because we are the one constant in every relationship we experience… Continue reading 7 Pillars of Strong Relationships (video series, parts 1-3)
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Knowing the 5 Stages of Relationships can help you and your partner navigate towards a stronger, more intimate and lasting relationship.
Taking your love to a different locale may be just the thing needed to take you and your partner to the next level of lust.
Having sex with your partner within the same four walls all the time can get a bit bland, regardless of how much you enjoy one another. Adding even a little variety can make a big difference by taking simple satisfaction to a thrilling indulgence of amorous adventure with your lover. Here are a few tips… Continue reading Ways to Spice up Your Sex Life, Pt. 1
Engaging in intimate fantasies¹ in order to heighten our sexual desires is very common; only, no one wants to admit to it, not even to their closest friends.
Sex without orgasm? You're jokin', right?
Let's face it, we don't know what we don't know. If you were asked to create a delicious four course meal from scratch that would be enticing, balanced, and healthy for your dinner guest, where would you begin?
Sexual Shame as a byproduct of humiliation.