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The Atheist of Romance

Women are notoriously stereotyped as being romantics in the bedroom. We are often painted as stargazed, sappy love-makers and when placed on top of man, we are best known for our ultimate portrayal of experiencing "the best orgasm ever" brought on by the most romantic of all love-making, respectively. Unfortunately, I'm one of the women… Continue reading The Atheist of Romance

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How to Define Healthy Sex

Healthy sex: what is it? What healthy sex boils down to is respect. Each partner has different goals and boundaries so communication is key. Many people have notions of what a healthy sexual relationship is like and they all have nuggets of truth within them. A healthy sexual relationship revolves around consent. Consent comes in… Continue reading How to Define Healthy Sex

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Buzzworthy Satisfaction

Whenever I would get sick as a teenager, my mom would come home from the drugstore with supplies: medicine, ginger ale, some kind of cracker-type snack and magazines. Since she read Elle, she would usually get me Elle Girl. I never thought much of it until I turned 18. That's when she brought out the… Continue reading Buzzworthy Satisfaction

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Sex Positivity Doesn’t Mean You Want Sex

The sex positivity movement has roots in feminism with women taking power over and being shameless surrounding our sexuality. This isn't an all-inclusive approach, but there's room for all voices in the sex positive movement - there has to be. One of the common misconceptions is that you have to brag about sex, talk about… Continue reading Sex Positivity Doesn’t Mean You Want Sex

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Yoga For Arousal

I've been practicing yoga on and off for the last few years, and I'm a firm believer in its healing powers. Now, yoga isn't for everyone. Some people don't like it, don't feel "zen" - whatever. This isn't an attempt to sell you on yoga. This is an attempt to sell you on some yoga… Continue reading Yoga For Arousal