I was recently featured discussing what was missing in sex ed back in school and what’s missing when talking about sex now.
On 1/18/2017 I was invited to speak as part of Christine Long’s (founder of What’s In Your Box?) event at New Women Space in Williamsburg. The night was about vulnerability, closeness and feeling connected, so I gave at talk on cultivating intimacy with our sexual selves.
Aye! I was recently highlighted as one of Refinery 29’s 7 Sex Educators Who Are Totally Rocking It! The article featured six other badass educators who have gone beyond the ol’ condoms and bananas classroom sex ed. I’m honored to be mentioned alongside folks doing such dynamic work.
Being open can bring up feelings of fear, shame, and being exposed. It’s a risk revealing our authentic selves, but it’s a risk worth taking. So, here are four things you can do cultivate intimacy in your relationships.
This week, #BlavityLife and Little Black Box have come together to encourage you to take care of one of the most important relationships in your life- the relationship you have with yourself.
As a clinician invested in bringing mindfulness into my work, I am concerned that the commercializing of mindfulness, along with stripping away elements that contribute to lasting benefits, could make the practice appear like another flash in the pan trend.
I got the chance to sit down with sex geeks Dani and Kate and chat about ‘Come As You Are,’ a new book by Emily Nagoski.
I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve recently linked up with Little Black Box as an Intimacy Consultant!
Sex geek Kate McComb asked educators, researchers and others in the field of sexuality what the wish they had known earlier in life. My answer is inspired by my rad lady squad.