Summer fashions can sometimes send us on an emotional roller coaster. Let’s explore feeling sexy in our skin and rockin’ our bods in everything from swimsuits and sandals to sundresses and shorts. Join Micki for a virtual Pool Party primer that promises sunny days and easy-going vibes ahead! Please feel free to share this invitationContinue reading “Summer Lovin’: Body Positivity for a Sexy Summer”
Dr. Justin Lehmiller, the creator of the blog site Sex and Psychology, shares some interesting ideas and intriguing facts about the state of adolescent sexual health in America and abroad. This week in my study abroad course on sex and culture in the Netherlands, we’re focusing on cross-cultural differences in sexual health and sex education. As a startingContinue reading “Why Dutch Teens Have Better Sexual Health Than American Teens – Justin Lehmiller”
Sex education in America sucks. And, not in a good way. Many women, rather than embracing and celebrating their feminine sexuality, are suffering with feelings of shame and disdain because of distressing religious judgment and crappity-crap cultural conditioning. These women are then expected to enter into long-lasting relationships and marriages and react as authentic sensual beings. Shyuh,Continue reading “Supporting Adult Sex and Pleasure Education”
Nervous about suggesting something new in the bedroom? Let Intimacy and Relationship coach, Micki Allen, ease your concerns.
Engaging in sexual fantasy to heighten our sexual desires is a good thing. But, I know, there are some readers who would disagree with me for a variety of reasons…
We may enjoy eating ice cream, but eating it day in and day out would eventually get a little boring. So too if we want to keep our romantic appetite churning.
Are you ever worried that your most secret thoughts and fantasies aren’t normal? Let me tell you a little secret, Girlfriends. Working in an adult toy boutique has taught me more about human sexuality than most of the articles and books I’ve read over the past thirty-odd years on the subject; and if there’s oneContinue reading “You’re Not a Freak.”