6 Things You Must Know About Sexuality

1.) Everyone is sexual.

Your grandmother. Your great-uncle. Your next door neighbor.

The homeless man sitting in a wheelchair. The girl with coke-bottle glasses that bags your groceries. The elderly woman with a cane that gives you a toothless grin as you’re walking down the street.

They are all sexual, just as you are sexual.

Sexuality is not a privilege or a gift presented to an exclusively selected mass of people. It is bestowed upon all us from the moment we are conceived & its essence is carried with us into the afterlife.

We are all born with sexual energy emanating throughout our organs, cells, & muscle tissue.

All of us.

How (& if) we choose to manifest our sexual nature is as personal & unique as the color of our eyes.

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Reclaiming the Word Cunt, & Other Explicit Vernacular

When it comes time to speak about sex & sexuality, we seem to have a very limited, very disassociated vocabulary for it, whether it is used inside of the bedroom or out. The words we know of are either dangerously four-lettered (cock, dyke, fuck, tits), tediously medical (labia, intercourse, buttocks, ejaculate), or overly cheesy (pleasure… Read More

Giving Thanks + a Special Gift for You

November has always been a month that represents gratitude for me. I often get caught up in the everyday hustle & bustle of life that I tend to forget about my blessings. It’s so easy to compare & contrast our lives against the array of fortunes bestowed upon others. November is a month where I… Read More

Sex Scenes & the Way We View Our Sexuality Because of Them

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