LOS ANGELES – Nov. 3, 2015 Upcoming sex position & body image book for curvy women is first of its kind Certified sex educator and sex and body image thought-leader Elle Chase has signed with leading illustrated book publisher Quarto
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A Body of Confidence (or How I Stopped Thinking and Learned to Enjoy the Intimate and Unfamiliar)style Blogger Sarah Sapora confronts the intersection of By Sara Sapora, SarahPlusLife.com Confidence is not concrete. It is fluid and amoeba-like. Aqueous and ever changing.
Look at this woman’s body. Look at her in terms of the first picture being one of self-appreciation and confidence. Then look at the second one being of self-deprecation. Which one do you relate to? Chicago photographer Gracie
By Gram Ponante With apologies for resurrecting a decade-old reference that was the “50 Shades of…” of 1998, my friend Elle “Lady Cheeky” Chase delivers a poignant, practical, and positive interview on finding sexuality after 40 to Internet radio host
BY ANTONIA CRANE Orginally appeared on TheRumpus.net on 4/5/13 Tweet sex sites are a many splendored thing, opening doors to fluid identities that are both sexy and risk-free while erecting an emotional firewall to avoid real, personal rejection. My hackles go up whenever I
I just recently returned from a vacation in Japan and had the wonderful opportunity to visit my first onsen. Onsen is the Japanese word for hot spring. Being a volcanic country, this provides the perfect environment for there to
I shook my head recently when I read about New York Observer film critic, Rex Reed’s personal insult toward actress Melissa McCarthy. In a review of her latest offering, Identity Thief he called her “tractor-sized” and as big as a
I posted this picture recently on my blog, Lady Cheeky (see below) . Underneath the photo I typed the word “Gorgeous.” When I blog my photos, I do it rather quickly as I only blog the images I, personally think are sexy.
Originally published on EvolvedWorld.com – January 14 2013 Ahhh January – the crisp, bracing air, the relief that the holidays are behind us and the optimistic promise of a whole new year ahead. Each January my friends, colleagues and nosy grocery store