It’s a strange circumstance to have arrived at what some might call a golden age of cultural sexual freedom when, in fact, this freedom to choose any relationship style and engage in sex freely in or out of a relationship has not driven up our connection, but the reverse.
Sex can be a lot of things. It can be fun, exciting, and intimate at its best. But just like any other good thing, there can be some hiccups along the way. Whether it is your first, third, or 100th time having sex, awkward moments are pretty inevitable, and it’s about time we start normalizing them.
Spring is the time of year when we focus our efforts on cleaning out the clutter and giving everything a fresh new look. It’s also when we sow the seeds for a fruitful year of growth. Why not extend that momentum and efforts to your relationship as well?
In spite of our best intentions, a holiday like Valentine's Daycan often lead to disappointment over all the ways that one feels neglected and misunderstood. For many, it leads to a breaking point. Avoiding this critical juncture in your relationship is rarely about finding the right card or gift.
It’s that time of year again – the leaves are starting to change color, pumpkin spice is in the air, and the cold weather is peeking around the corner. The season of beach days, shorts, and hot weather is over, and it’s time to head inside and snuggle up by the fireplace.
October is a month of fun fall festivities, but did you know it is also National Kink Month? Although many people see kinks as a taboo subject, they are fairly popular in adult sex life. In one survey, nearly 50% of respondents expressed interest in kink, even if they hadn’t had the chance to explore it. Also, about one out of five adults (20%) regularly engage in role-playing and/or bondage and spanking.
They say we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with – suggesting that our chosen community makes us who we are. Who we identify in our day-to-day speaks volumes about how we feel about ourselves and the world we live in.
Amazing things happen when women banded together in friendship to make change. Just think of the national suffragette movement or the powerful groups of women trying to make equality for the sexes a real thing.