In Part I of my interview with Liz Klinger of Lioness, we discuss making sexuality visible, ignorance about sexual anatomy, and concussions vs. orgasm. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Lioness’s Liz Klinger, Part 1—On Making The Unseen Visible and Concussions’ Effects on Orgasm
In Part 1 of my lengthy interview with Nicole Prause, a neuroscientist who studies sexuality and he brain, we discuss the amazing lack of knowledge around the physiology of orgasm in people with vulvas. … Continue readingThe Juicy Cuts: Nicole Prause, PhD, Part 1—On Recognizing Arousal
I hope these links from around the internet about doxing, sex-positivity, Bree Olson, ED drugs, and Chelsea Poe all treat you well this August! … Continue readingAugust Needs Some Links, Don’t You Think?
I am not sorry at all about how excited I am to be featured in Playboy! And other news from around the sex-positive internet and world. … Continue readingI’M IN PLAYBOY! I’M IN PLAYBOY! I’M IN PLAYBOY! And other news.
I counseled someone who wrote to me terrified that she might be incapable of experiencing sexual pleasure. I gave her a whole list of possible reasons for her problem, ranging from medical issues to fetishes to anatomical differences, and I pointed out some paths for exploring in the hopes of remedying the situation. … Continue readingLuna Luna: When Pleasure Is Elusive… Or Nonexistent