If you’re not your authentic sexual self, partners aren’t having sex with you; they’re having sex with the mask you created.
When you consider the narrow definition of conventional sex, there’s way more unconventional, kinky ways to have it.
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.
This week, I’m kicking off a series of posts about consent. For Part 1, I want to cover some consent basics, including why consent actually has very little to do with sex.
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.