Thinking people don't take things at face value. We examine and explore and look at information to test if it holds true in our experience. This is true for women and men alike. And if you read my blog, there's a good chance you're one of us. This website is written for those who like … Continue reading Sexuality Myth Busting.
I want the entire world to read Emily Nagosky's book Come As You Are. I mentioned her work here, with a link to her TEDx talk which summarises the most important principles from her book. One of the things which she explains in her book, which is what I would like to discuss here, is the … Continue reading I Want to Tell You About Arousal NonConcordance
I wanted to write this blog post since way before I started my website. It's about a truth so empowering and so unbelievable that I was a little afraid to share it with the world. I was fearing you'd think I'm a radical hippie. Which I'm not. What to do with all this blood? When … Continue reading Bloody Period.
I started this blog in March 2017. I published a blog post every single week ever since. And I very quickly realized that my message is not unique. There are so many amazing people out there doing a similar work. Our message might vary slightly, but the similarities way outweigh the differences. What we're saying … Continue reading The Last Blog Post of 2017
Talking about sex. Shamelessly. Fearlessly. Can you do it? Can you talk to your partner about sex? Can you talk to your friends about sex? Can you talk to your kids about sex? I admire people that can talk openly about sex, even if their attitude towards sex might be different than mine. In my … Continue reading Daring, Shameless Discussion about Sex.
Some of us get confused between these two concepts. We think that the same things that turn us on are also the same things that feel pleasurable. But if you examine closely your own experience, you will most likely realize that the two are separate, distinct elements of your sexuality. At times, it is quite … Continue reading Arousal vs. Pleasure
Because I write about Slow Sex, people assume that I’m into Tantra. Which I am, to some degree. But I see a lot of confusion and misrepresentations of Tantra in some circles. In this article, I am addressing the misconceptions around Tantra that I come across. What is Tantra? First of all, do you know … Continue reading Tantra Shmantra
This week I thought it's a good time to share with you another groundbreaking, science-based approach to relate to our innate sexuality. Emily Nagoski is presenting the dual-control model to the way we approach sex. In case you haven't read her best-selling book Come as You Are, this Tedx talk sums it all up. Mostly. She … Continue reading Your Authentic Sexuality – A TEDx Talk by Emily Nagoski
If you haven't heard about Esther Perel, this is a brilliant introduction. She wrote the bestseller: Mating in Captivity: Unlocking Erotic Intelligence. And she's one of my heroes. Here are some of the many intelligent things she has to say: "This is the first time in the history of humankind where we are trying to experience sexuality … Continue reading The Secret to Desire in Long-Term Relationships: A TED Talk by Esther Perel
Intelligent women are falling for BS no more. Intelligent women know that you can't do the same thing over and over again and expect different results. After trying the many sex tips and advice that they find everywhere, intelligent women realize they are not scratching the surface of the problem. Most tips given to women … Continue reading The Intelligent Woman Approach to Meaningful Sex Explained