Opening to Love
When Alfred Kinsey first published his groundbreaking book Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (also known as the Kinsey Report, along with the sequel Sexual Behavior in the Human Female), one of the complaints that was leveled at him is that he never mentioned or discussed the experiences of love among his interviewees. Given that […]
Sex & Pelvic Pain
Sex has been a challenge for my partner and me lately. Molly* has been experiencing pelvic pain, which makes sex uncomfortable at best, and really unpleasant at worst. Molly’s pain has a few different causes. She has endometriosis, which can be really excruciating. In the two decades we’ve been together, she’s had four surgeries for […]
Announcing The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure!
I’m thrilled almost beyond words to announce the upcoming publication of The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure: Erotic Exploration for Men and Their Partners, a book I wrote with my dear friend Aislinn Emirzian! We’ve been working on this project for a couple of years and the book is being published by Cleis Press in […]
Polyamory & Managing Attachment
I received this message through my contact page and since it’s the kind of question a lot of people have, I thought I’d turn it into a blog post. I am 31, married, and working as expatriate away from my husband. Not only that I have an extremely high libido but also I am using […]
Free Event: An Open Conversation About Sex & Cancer
The S&M Feminist: A Book Review
It’s hard to find good writing about kink. Let me rephrase- it’s easy to find plenty of folks who write about how to do BDSM play, and many of them know what they’re talking about and can explain it well. There are also quite a few bloggers who share their personal stories and experiences of […]
Now You See It, Now You Don’t: What’s Going On With The G-spot?
The news sites are all a-flutter with the latest news! A doctor has finally found the G-spot! [Insert your favorite joke about it being about time that a man figured out where it is. I’m getting tired of them.] This isn’t the first time that science has flip-flopped on this. Back in 1982, sexologists Alice […]