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
October, 28, 2015 GLAMOUR EDITOR’S NOTE: Welcome to our brand-new Smitten series What an Expert Says. Veteran author, lecturer, and sex educator Tristan Taormino will be interviewing fellow experts in the sex, dating, and relationships field to discuss important issues
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.
No matter how you feel about ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ one must admit it has opened up our national conversation about sexuality. By now, you’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard of the E.L.
I’ve never written a blog before, but recent media news about the sexual allegations against Jian Ghomeshi have prompted me to think more deeply aboutideas that this project, this film, have caused me to explore in the last few years. There have been some fantastic articles around the Jian Ghomeshi case and they are easy to access, so I don’t need to cover that ground again. Personally, I think the most relatable concepts in the whole situation are secrets, shame & tolerance. Understanding what we, particularly as women, are
(originally published on www.EvolvedWorld.com) By now, you’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard of the E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon, let alone not read the trilogy. Fifty Shades is Twilight for
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
Originally published on 12/4/13 sabrinamorgan.tumblr.com By Alex Morgan We have a real problem with our sex educators and writers getting booted off of sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, and having their funds frozen by processors like PayPal, because of these
by Melissa White (originally posted in Huffington Post Women on 09/26/2013 5:55 pm) Condom Expert, CEO & Founder of Lucky Bloke (Check out my quote in this article!) It truly is all about the size of the package