Here’s what my sex-positive book club has read…and what we’re reading next.
Why are so many queer, kinky, nonmonogamous people neurodivergent?
Never had an orgasm, aren’t sure, or just want to have them more often? Read on for how orgasms work and how to have one.
Whether you’re a BDSM novice or have been in the lifestyle for years, a visit to The Happy Kitten Portal in New Orleans is a must-do when you’re in town.
I’ve been working in the woods for the past month, and as a result have been a little less connected than usual. But good news! I’ll be back at my regular desk in just a few days. And wow, will I be hitting the ground running. Here are some updates.
For the vast majority of people, masturbation is a totally normal part of human sexuality. But for some people, it can interfere with partnered sex and overall wellbeing.
Recently, a client sought me out for an interesting reason: Their therapist told them to.
Erotic massage, also called sensual massage, is an excellent way for partners to tap into intense sensuality.
How sex positive are you, really? Here are 80 questions to help you figure it out.
April is officially “The Month of Workshops” here at Sex Coach Shannon.
Four weeks ago, I was celebrating my new direction. Two weeks later, I was out of work.
Next week is chock full of opportunities for us to connect. Check these out and hope to see you at one!
Success is iterative, and it’s time to make a change.
(NSFW) History shows us that strap-ons have many more uses than just pegging and lesbian sex.
A quickie after a long week of foundational work.
After returning from an extended vacation, I’ve had a busy week planning and making virtual appearances. I even accidentally started a sex-positive book club.
Lately, I’ve seen an increase in chatter about ethical nonmonogamy on social media. With more chatter often comes more understanding—but also sometimes more misunderstanding. Let’s clear some things up.
COVID left me stranded on an island, so I finally had time to read and get creative. Get details on resources and my thoughts on Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski.
Yes, No, Maybe lists have helped countless people improve their sex lives. I think we can make them even better.
A Yes, No, Maybe list is a great way for partners to get to know one another’s sexual interests and boundaries. It lists a number of sexual activities, and each partner marks whether they are interested in each activity (yes), not interested in it (no), or might be interested (maybe).