We can offer simple, affirming gifts for everyone on our list — our significant other, our children, even our friends — by nourishing our spirituality and our sexuality.
Using your words and asking for explicit consent — to hold someone’s hand, for a hug, if you’d like to call a colleague after hours and chat about non-work stuff — is the surest, easiest, safest way to ensure you’re on the same page.
In the past few months, I have routinely encountered a few of the same questions/comments about what others are rightly calling “The Reckoning.”
It’s the easy — and altogether wrong — thing to do.
Help us celebrate Transgender Awareness Week by learning these simple tips to an open, honest conversation about sexuality.
We need to stop asking when the wave of allegations will stop, and instead, we need to ask how it all began.
Religious extremists tend to believe that if you teach abstinence — and only abstinence, without any comprehensive understanding of sexuality, diseases, safety, etc. — then teens will, in turn, not have sex. Turns out, they’re wrong. And there’s proof.
While this is no love letter to these two men, I am grateful for the dialogue they’ve inspired — one about the intelligent management of human sexuality.
Sexual fantasy is healthy and normal. But of course, we all know that some sexual fantasies are scary — perhaps even borderline deviant. And if you’re concerned, I have ideas.