Sexological bodywork

Sexological Bodywork: Healing from the Inside Out

As women, we face a lot of confusion and shame around sex. While some of us may not have experienced direct trauma, we live in a society that fosters a disconnection between our bodies and our intimate selves. This repression can create a detachment between us and our vaginas. This manifests as numbing, shame, and…

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The Period Portal: Time for Energetic Alchemy

Many of us have been conditioned to believe that our periods are something to loathe. They are posed as an inconvenience, a burden, or something to hide and avoid. We grew up hiding our menstrual products up our sleeves as we slipped away to the bathroom. Some of our biggest fears lie in the risk…

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Now What? Self Care after Abortion

The topic of abortion is charged with so much emotion. The mention of this medical procedure brings up political divide, religious morals, and remnants of personal stories. Despite all this, it remains one of the most common medical procedures performed on women today. A 2017 study by The Guttmacher Institute, a U.S. based institute focused…

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Opening The Back Door: Healing Through Anal Sex

The mere mention of anal sex is enough to make some people clench and squirm. Others may “Ooo and Ahh”. Whatever your attitude is towards anal play, we’re here to show you the incredible possibilities of “opening up the back door” to pleasure.  Attitude is Everything The first step in exploring anal play is examining…

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Normalizing STI: Stigma vs. Reality

The latest statistics from the World Health Organization found that over 1 million new cases of sexually transmitted infections occur every day across the globe. The majority of these cases are from the most common of infections: Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Trichomoniasis, and Syphilis. As humans, sex is a huge part of our lives. With that, so…

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Lady Boners: Female Erectile Tissue

Boners. Erection. “Hard”. We all know these terms, and typically leave them for those with penises. A little known fact, is that a woman’s reproductive anatomy is also full of erectile tissue. Astoundingly, according to longtime midwife and legendary sex educator Sheri Winston, women have just as much erectile tissue as men. It’s just arranged…