It was time to refocus and regenerate the joy I receive from helping other women to create a space for more pleasure in their lives.
Thank you all for for sticking with me these past 3 months while I have rebuilt our website (still a work in progress), built a new website, www.womenssensualhealth.com, and attempted to organize a home office while keeping up with emails, social media, bills and the rest. It is an ongoing journey.
Bawdy, theatrical, uninhibited, teasing…These words all define American burlesque that flourished from the late 1800’s through the 1930’s. Today we remember the art of the tease by featuring pasties designed and handmade by Tyes By Tara.
Some of you already closed this post, some wanted to close it but let their curiosity take over and some of you genuinely want to learn about this topic. Let me speak to all of you, even those who aren’t here because one day they may be. Here are the reasons we chose to post this blog: Some people are seriously interested in trying anal sex but don’t know what to do first. Some people have been asked to try anal sex but did not know enough about it to make a decision. Some people try anal play without this...
We wanted to learn more about jealousy and how it manifests itself in all sorts of relationships. Just when we were wondering, I received an email from Carise Rotach-Beard. She was coming to Chicago and wanted to teach a class at g boutique. Carise is a Minneapolis-based licensed psychotherapist specializing in people who identify within the polyamorous, kink-affiliated, and queer communities. She affirms all relationships and works from the belief that sexuality is multifaceted, particularly when more than two are involved, but can be navigated with confidence allowing for a person to experience richness and the intimacy they desire. Perfect.