When you consider the narrow definition of conventional sex, there’s way more unconventional, kinky ways to have it.
Tag Archives: sex ed
Consent Series Pt. 1: It’s Not About Sex
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.
Guide to Erotic Massage for Partners
Erotic massage, also called sensual massage, is an excellent way for partners to tap into intense sensuality.
Sex Positivity Self-Assessment
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.
Agility in Sex Ed Entrepreneurship
Four weeks ago, I was celebrating my new direction. Two weeks later, I was out of work.
Embracing Sexuality, Gender & Language, and Sex-Positive Book Club
Next week is chock full of opportunities for us to connect. Check these out and hope to see you at one!
Why Do We Suck at Talking About Sex?
Whether it’s being unsure of how to ask for what we want, not having the words to describe our desires, or even feeling weird about having sexual needs in the first place—we can be pretty awkward when it comes to sexual communication.
Cuckolding Without Partners
In kink, cuckolding refers to a partner having sexual encounters with someone outside of their relationship for the enjoyment of everyone involved.
The Underappreciated Versatility of Strap-On Sex
(NSFW) History shows us that strap-ons have many more uses than just pegging and lesbian sex.
Ethical Nonmonogamy, Virtual Classes, and the Sex-Positive Book Club
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.
Come As You Are Book Review
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.
Reflections on the Old Year, Plans for the New
Despite many challenges, there were some glimmers in 2021. Here’s a quick recap and an idea of what to look for from me in 2022.
This week, I’m traveling to my other home in the US Virgin Islands to be with family for Christmas and ring in the new year with some dear friends.
The National Sex Ed Conference and Where to Find Online Sex Therapists
Last week, I virtually attended the Center for Sex Education’s National Sex Ed Conference and wrote an article about where you can find sex therapists offering online sessions.
Sex Down South, The Sexology Institute, and Pleasure School
After weathering Hurricane Ida and its aftermath, I’m entering the final stages of my sex coach certification course while stepping into my first role as an in-person sex educator.