This month in celebration of Independence Day, I started thinking about all the freedoms we have, the freedoms many don’t and how freedom is related to this idea of independence. What I realized is that while some of us are blessed with freedom in many forms, sexual freedom seems quite elusive— if that’s a freedom we pursue at all.
The sun is out and Summer is approaching! For many, Summer is a time for enjoying the outdoors and relaxing. It's the perfect time to focus on self-care!
Need some self-care inspiration? Here are 3 ways you can intentionally focus on self-care to start living your best life by creating your very own Summer of Self-Care:
Although Washington, D.C. is known as a mostly conservative town, long-time residents and natives know that the area is rich with underground cultures to include several adult toy stores and erotic boutiques. Here's the rundown on four of the most popular sex toy stores in the nation's capital…
Unfortunately the art of pleasure is rarely (if ever) taught formally or in school. So, for many women the idea of sex is purely biological. We're taught at an early age that our bodies (and our genitalia) are made for reproduction and we're warned against the potential violation of sexual assault and sexually transmitted diseases.
What's often fundamentally missing from this conversation is the topic of PLEASURE and how our pleasure centers work! It is essential that we take a sexual inventory of ourselves, our feelings, our bodies, and our relationship with pleasure to know what our boundaries are and where pleasure lies.