“How do I raise a sex-positive child?” I hear this question a lot. Mostly from mothers who realize that they’ve inherited a lot of shame around their own sexuality and don’t want to pass it on to their kids.
What if the path to a happier relationship were right in front of you, but it took a giant heaping scoop of bravery to follow it?
“I’m happy for him and terrified of handling this badly.” Tips on navigating the early conversations when a child (or other loved one) comes out to you as trans.
Live storytelling and the dangers of writing about sexuality in today’s world…
What does it mean when the person you’re sexually attracted to isn’t the same as the person you want to spend your life with?
Any time someone asked “What do you like?” I felt stupid and inadequate. It was embarrassing. Once again, I was convinced of my brokenness.
I tolerated sex I didn’t want so I could get the cuddling I desperately craved. I believed that if I wanted something, I needed to tolerate anything the other person wanted in order to get a small portion of what I wanted.
When sharing our stories until we bleed doesn’t move the needle, what do we do? This weekend I discovered that radical resistance starts at home.
Is it okay to ask our partners to help us in healing our issues around sex?
I remember the laughter. I remember wondering if I was going to die. And because I didn’t, there was “nothing” to report.