My honey and I were managing through the global pandemic, and then BAM. He got a fever. Now he's on Honey Lockdown and I'm hanging on by my fingernails.
Well, here we are. The world is a scary place, and it's crucial to find ways to stay grounded amid the chaos. It's a tall order when anxiety is driving the struggle bus.
Coming out as genderqueer femme is a strange and fantastic experience. And now I'm learning how to live my truth with freedom with fearlessness.
The current Beyond #fetchat topic is disability and kink. Disability. Whew. I have a complicated relationship with that word. And when sex, especially kink, is added to the equation, complicated turns to Byzantine.
For this week's Beyond #fetchat post, I want to talk about my own experience with triggers. And how kink communication practices can benefit folks who struggle with intrusive memories.
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.