Look at this picture and ask yourself the following question: can you tell who this kiss is for? The answer may not be as obvious as you might think…
Searching the internet for guidance on intimacy leads to a bombardment of articles and think-pieces – referencing everything from God to sex! But is all this over-thinking just part of the problem?
The popular perception is that inner connection is all about remaining perfectly still, not even moving if a mosquito bites… but is it?
If we find ourselves repeatedly restricted from safely expressing how we truly feel then sooner or later we’ll learn to stop listening to the messages our body is giving us.
There are thousands of sexuality professionals like me out there, across fields as diverse as bodywork, counselling, tantra and medicine. But where do you begin, if you want to find one?
Masturbation: the best worst kept secret in the world. There’s probably not a person who hasn’t at least tried it, most of us do it regularly, but it’s rarely acknowledged.
Is self-pleasuring really such a poor substitute for a ‘real’ lover? Maybe all those valentine’s romantics are missing a bit of a trick…
During the festive season it’s all too easy to get lost in the holy trinity of consumerism, family, and overindulgence. So here’s a chance to reconnect with how it feels to feel.
What’s the difference between touch and sex? In a hyper-sexualised world where touch is taboo, it’s not hard to see why so many people believe the two are inextricably linked.
Where do you get your information from when it comes to healthy sex? And are you getting sex-fiction or science-fact?
Once we get beyond the inhibitors of shame and body image there are good reasons why spending time to allow our bodies to be naked actually makes us feel better.
Just three weeks after you were conceived you began to develop the first of your five senses – touch. So how come so many adults seem to have lost touch with touch?