Everywhere there's talk about how to the best you in the new year, including how much sex makes a relationship healthy. Guess what? There's no magic number.
A musing about masturbation and intimacy, and how self-love can serve as a way to achieve sexual intimacy with yourself and your partner(s).
It's two weeks before the end of 2019, and it looks like the year is going out with a revelation. Let's get the hard part out of the way: I'm genderqueer femme.
On Tuesday I watched myself have an orgasm. I've been processing the experience for the past few days. Seeing myself with compassion and care has always been a challenge. But learning how to adopt a kinder gaze takes practice.
Let's talk about safety, specifically the practice of establishing a safeword. Regardless of whether you're vanilla or a kinkster, everyone needs one.
This week on #fetchat, we’re tackling the subject of sexual differences in relationships. We're lucky to have author, Isabelle Lauren (@RomanticaIsa on Twitter) with us this week on #fetchat.
There is so much to share, from earning a place on Kinkly.com's 2019 list of Sex Blogging Superheroes, to #fetchat, to my NaNoWriMo labor of love.
No Fake Orgasms. That’s my #MotivationMonday message. "Fake it 'till you make it" may work for a new job, but when it comes to life between the sheets (or on the couch, or in a field....), it's crap advice.
I'm a Mama Bear when it comes to how folks see the inherent beauty in themselves and their bodies. So when I saw this tweet from Good Girl Gone Bad Podcast (@GGGBPodcast on Twitter), I growled my Mama Bear growl…
I'm participating in Smutathon 2019 on Sat., 9/28 to create for the cause of abortion access. Here's the what, where, when, and how you can help.