People tend to ask me how I started, or ‘Why are you doing this? What is a sex educator?’ Well, the light bulb moment for me was at the very beginning of January 2013. I was an adult volunteering at a peace education camp in Ottawa, Canada for teens aged mostly 15-18. I’ve been going to this CISV winter camp since I myself was 15, and I am well aware of the incredible safe space created by the participants to discuss all manner of issues.
I decided that during the camp I wan
Right, so sex education at all levels is seriously lacking. I could go on and on about how little is taught about the clitoris, but instead, I would like to first show this image: That yellow thing is the clitoris. LIKE, WHOA! This image was not discovered until 2009 and will lead you to this http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/28/cliteracy_n_3823983.html about Cliteracy. Yes, Cliteracy! I wanted to thoroughly discuss the clitoris, but this totally encapsulates everything I
I would like to dispel the incredibly negative stigma surrounding fetishes. Growing up, most of us are taught that anything out of the ordinary is naughty, dirty, bad, and/or wrong; that liking something different makes us weird. I know this is what I learned. Everyone is into something; some of us are into lots of things. Think of anything and someone is probably into it. So, to begin, let’s go through some definitions of ‘fetish’ from different sources. Fetish, Merriam-Webs
There are a whole bunch of lil things I wish I had known earlier to make sex more enjoyable and safer for myself. That’s why I have decided to compile them here, in no particularly order. It should be said that the vast majority of these are for women. 1) Don’t pee before sex. A full bladder enhances the pleasure sensation of your orgasm. It will also increase the likelihood of squirting, or female ejaculation. (More on squirting in an upcoming blog post). 2) Pee immedi