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.
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 gasm.org on October 11, 2013 At the end of her sexless marriage, Elle Chase went on a journey to seek the one thing she never had. This is the story of what she found. Recently, after turning
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 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
By Lady Cheeky I think it’s the perceived imperfections in people that make them interesting and therefore … to me … more beautiful. If this photo were generated by a traditional adult industrial complex the blemishes on her legs, the