World of g — sex ed

This Squirting Thing

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This Squirting Thing

This has become the most FAQ at parties, workshops and events. It seems like we can all (pretty much all) agree that there is in fact a g-spot, so now the questions have turned to squirting. Different yet very much related.

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Slow Down For Better Sex

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Slow Down For Better Sex

If we look into our hearts to honor each relationship we have and give our partners the time and attention they deserve, what a different world this might be. I took the challenge to treat each person in my life...

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Desire-Spontaneous or Responsive

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Desire-Spontaneous or Responsive

Our Western tradition is based solely on men's sexual response. Until recently, women's response was not studied and was thought to mirror men's response. WRONG!! Both men and women experience spontaneous sexual response however, only approximately 15% of women continue to equate sexual response with desire after being in a relationship for a while. So, it may not be your libido, it may be the context in which you respond. 

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We Are All Normal

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We Are All Normal

One of the most important and fulfilling things I do as a Sexual Happiness Coach is to let women know that whatever is going on in their sex lives, they are not alone. There is no normal. Women's sexual response is complicated and varied.

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Sexy Sounds Make Sex Even Better

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Sexy Sounds Make Sex Even Better

Do you sing in the shower? Love Karaoke? Jam in the car? Then why are you so quiet during sex?  

Sound wakes up our bodies and adds more sensory stimulation to sex. Did you know that using your voice during sex helps move the breath and energy through your body.

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