Thoughts? I think this is a good ad to introduce people to the idea this is happening.
I’ve long been intrigued by the sounds of sex—beyond the delicious moans and groans. What turns us on between the ears can often be overlooked. And getting to explore this as a guest post on the inimitable Cara Sutra’s site is a tremendous pleasure. Much appreciate to Girly Juice and Christopher Zeischegg for sharing their thoughts!
I work in an environment where the phrase “lifelong learning” is used frequently. And I’ve taken it to heart—especially when it comes to sex. When we’re growing up, the opportunities for positive sex education are few. But as adults, there are a growing number of amazing educators and resources available.
Very glad to see the topic of comprehensive sex ed getting some important airplay. And that video at the end? Fantastic. I’ll show it to my kids!
I’ve always been fascinated by “types”, with the “What’s Your Type?” line being so ubiquitous.
Fortunately, some awesome folks, Mitch Kellaway, Venice, and Alok Vaid-Menon helped me out with some fantastic thoughts on the subject.
I can’t lie, I definitely have a preference and distinct preference in a partner’s hair color. Do you?
Check out my latest on Kinkly: The Call of Color: Hair and Attraction
This was a fun one to write! To think about all of the ways sex has changed in the last 100 years is pretty phenomenal. But really, we’ve got so much further to go. If my kids or grandkids take after me, maybe they’ll write a similar article in 60 years.
Sex education is a big topic right now in my part of the world. People are enraged on both sides of the debate as the Ontario government institutes a long-awaited new sex education curriculum this coming September. I love the new studies, I am glad they are in schools…I just think there are better alternatives than teachers offering this education.
Read Why I Don’t Want Teachers Teaching Sex Ed on Kinkly!