We love love, don’t you? As a closing to our month about love, we wanted…
Why is there a complex for lasting? Why is this something that has been spun to sound desirable? Is there an actual reason our partners or ourselves to think that it’s imperative for sex to last a specific (likely too long) amount of time? Why does long sex = good sex? Is my partner actually enjoying this hour-long activity??
What is consensual non-consent?? + How can it apply to your sex life?
“we all want to please and see others happy with us. It’s natural and not a bad thing. Though it becomes a bad thing when you ignore your own needs to please others, and when your pleasing is getting in the way other people’s ability to grow.”
Sex is amazing, we can certainly testify to that. Sex and sexuality, in general, are…
It’s not all chemical: love can be thought of as an epigenetic phenomenon. From social experiences, emotional attachments, and reciprocal relationships- there is a connection and lots of variation when it comes to environment and biology.
We turned to Dr. Holly Richmond, Somatic Psychologist and Certified Sex Therapist, and Dr. Jessica O’Reilly, Sex & Relationship Expert, to find out why we all need space, and how to actually ask for it.