Just saying in case you forgot...We are all wired differently, due to our former experiences and education. So give yourself some slack when it comes to your sexual desires, how often you want sex, whether you like it solo or with a partner, physical or energetically.
#desires #sexualdesires #sexeduaction #sexed #sexuality
SEX EDUCATION: |image by elephant education.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ sex education in my school was a short string of information about sperm, ovaries, menstrual products, bananas and condoms. nothing about hormonal fuckups, pleasure in sex, the real life shape of the clitoris, consent, gender, bodypositivity (this list is close to endless). @elephant.ed
is an Australian based and to me amazing sex-ed-organization. they are all inclusive, progressive and dynamic (in their own words, but all their instagramposts prove this to be true). Wondering how sex education in The Netherlands look like nowadays. Wondering how sex education by parents worldwide looks like nowadays. Wondering if there are great books that stretch further than just 'this is how we make babies'. Shocking fact: we do not only have sex to have babies, we have sex long before and after our ovulation / childbearing ages, we can have same-sex-sex, we do not always get pregnant bc we only ovulate once a month. Wondering if I feel comfortable enough to talk to my children about sex. Wondering if their schools will supply them with all that I will forget or cannot find words for. Hoping that at least I can tell them it can be lovely and that it is important to find out what feels best for them. Also: hoping I still have marvellous sex long after my long-awaited children have arrived. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#himom #sexeducation #sexed #inclusive #progression #queersex #pride #bodypositive #consent #education #sextherapy #shameless #openminded #nonconformist #beweird #bestrange #otherness #nobodyshame #inspiration #quote #elephanted
Well. Okay. Listen. Hm. As a general rule, any tip that results in food and/or alcohol in genital openings (read: urethral or vaginal) is going to be a no-go. But dosh garn it do these tips come up a lot. It’s almost as if these junior Cosmo writers are split between the diet and the sex tip columns. Or, better yet, perhaps they have access to a fantastic staff kitchen, stocked with all the potentially sexual food items one could imagine: donuts ✔️ mango ✔️ spicy tomato sauce ✔️ whipped cream ✔️ (probably $5) champagne ✔️✔️✔️
At the end of the day is it okay to champagne-sizzle a partner’s clitoris (if they’re into it)? Just the clitoris (if they’re into it)? Probably. Is it easy to champagne sizzle just the clitoris? Probably not. And depending on the particular cleanliness of the experiment and your partner’s sensitivity it might run the risk of a bummer of a vaginal infection. Did we read this and immediately think, “well, at least it’s not pop rocks”? Definitely.
Please note that enjoying alcohol with sex requires more attention to your own and your partner’s consent; please always ensure activities are consensual, and if unsure, stop until clarified. Xo
Checking in with your partner throughout sexual encounters is always important, but *especially* when alcohol or drugs are involved. Nonverbal messages can be easily misinterpreted, not as clear as intended, or not heard at all. And if everything is all good, then checking in is sexy as hell!
Keep yourself in line and check in with your partners ALL THE TIME whether alcohol is involved or not. The patriarchal trap has all of us believing conversations decrease pleasure which lead to lack of consent and leaves one party without power of voice. Change the culture ya'll. How is our partner going to know we feel good or we like one thing and not another if we don't say anything? How is our partner going to know we feel apprehensive about sex if we don't say anything? #staywoke
#sex #sexy #sexytime #pleasure #sexualhealth #sexed #sexeducation #sexualwellness #consent #consentissimple #consentculture #checkin #justcheckingin
Despite POPular myths “cherry popping” isn’t a thing. Hymens come in all different sizes (and thicknesses) and can break during masturbation, inserting a tampon, fingering, or other activities - not just penetrative sex. #TuesdayTruth #popart #sex
Things I Wish Sex Ed Taught Me:
Let’s talk butt stuff!
Here are a few of my tips and tricks to anal sex!
Unfortunately, anal sex is one of those things that needs some preparation beforehand. Plan ahead if anal sex is what you’re into!
Keep it clean! Hygiene is important with anal sex for.. obvious reasons. Take a shower beforehand, go to the bathroom, and make sure your butt is clean before doing anything will help make everything a little safer and more enjoyable for everyone involved.
Start small! Maybe try a finger or two just to see what it feels like. Your body will let you know if something is too big. Listen to your butt, if something starts to hurt—stop. Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong, don’t ignore it.
*I caution against “numbing lube” for this reason. Pain isn’t something to cover up or ignore. Using a numbing agent can actually cause more harm than good in the long run.
LUBE! This is important, unlike the vagina, the anus DOESN’T self lubricate, so lube it up! This will keep things nice and slick, preventing pain and or possible tearing from too much friction. If you think you’ve used too much lube, that’s probably just the right amount!
Pain. I’m going to be blunt here; yes. Anal sex can hurt, but it doesn’t have to. Pain can be a number of things from lack of lubrication, the insertion of something too big, or from just not wanting it. A lot of people experience pain simply because they feel they need to have sex to appease their partner. Anal sex is fun, it shouldn’t feel like an obligation!
Also not everyone is going to like or want anal sex and that’s okay! It’s definitely not for everyone! It’s also not just for gay men or females either. Cool thing is, EVERYONE has a butt so ANYONE can enjoy anal sex!
Last thing I want to say is, sh*t happens! It’s the risk you take when doing butt stuff! It’s okay! It’s normal, it happens it doesn’t have to be something to get embarrassed about either! Either use gloves when having anal sex, or wash up real good and it won’t be an issue!
Butt stuff is fun, if done safely and consensually! So give your butt some love 🍑
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Did you know that Planned Parenthood of Utah has a podcast? The latest episode is all about our education programs! Check out The Birds and the Beehive podcast wherever you listen!
💧To be like water.
Hey from Buffalo, my nesting partner’s new roost. He’s working 12 hour days now, 7 days a week to further his career. It’s not my favorite.
So I have a choice: Figure out a new flow, or be stubborn and resentful. I’m deciding to support him. (Maturity is a choice... rarely a fun one). But hey, our polyamory is about never seeking ownership of each other’s lives, but instead basking in whatever life they choose to live.
When we act as water, our love can be shapeless, fitting the container of the moment. That’s radical freedom to me.
This September learn about your body, how to protect it from STD's and STI's, and how to be responsible for yourself and respect others! Participants (ages 13-21) that attend both sessions will be awarded gift certificates. Also, free snacks!! Sign up at the library! Major thanks to @hrhcare
for teaming up with our library to make this happen!
#sexed #evidencebased #peekskill #hudsonvalley #library #librariestransform
No seriously slut, I love you 😝😝 & I seriously love @jacqthestripper
and everything stripper tbh
Can we be prouder of our Team? I think not! Here they are in action a few weeks ago! Teaching teenagers about sexual health education, from normal anatomy to gender inclusion and self esteem! Keep up the good work!
#sexed #RPHE #Roatan
Appearance: Catch me at a wonderful The King’s English Kink Party (September 15, 2018)
You can find me at this awesome kink event! The party is a Fabulous Night of Proper English, Behaviour and Discipline at Mistress Patricia Marsh’s exquisite Dungeon. This Victorian house is totally dedicated to BDSM play with 6 fantasy chambers. It is the perfect place to explore ones “deviant” desires and sadomasochistic fantasies.
Would you like to see what happens at amazing Play parties firsthand? I’m happy to extend an exclusive invitation to be your Private Guide into the world of Kink, Fantasy Play, Spicy Spirituality, Energy Play, Magical world of Pleasure, Energy Healing, Tantra, BDSM and Meditation…
Please contact for details. Space is limited so don’t delay in sending in your registration request.
Photo by: @modernxphoto
Party by: @achilles_alex_1962
Did you receive information about sexual health as an adolescent? Given our work across Muslim communities over the last eight years, we've heard a spectrum of stories. Many folks didn't have any information about their changing bodies; some received an awkward and uncomfortable "talk" from a parent; some were blessed to have older siblings or cousins take them under their wings; those who attended Islamic school - where you think sexual health would be discussed - barely received any information at all; and then there are those who used what resources they had to find what they needed. Unfortunately, sexual health education for Muslim adolescents is still lacking. Over the next week, we'll be sharing stories and anecdotes from Muslims thinking back to their adolescent years and reflecting on "I wish I knew..." If you have a story you'd like to share, DM us and we'll share it as a post or in our IG story! #sexed #islam #muslim #puberty #health
Understanding how the medicine we take affects our sexual health is important. Today I want to discuss propecia, a medicine commonly used to prevent baldness. Baldness is caused by a potent male hormone called dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. DHT is produced in the adrenal glands, hair follicles, testicles and prostate gland. It is derived from he male sex hormone, testosterone. Propecia blocks the enzyme that coverts testosterone to DHT, causing rapid decline in DHT concentration. The most frequently reported side effect of taking Propecia is it’s impact men’s sexual health. Although no clear causal links between Propecia use and sexual side effects have been established, finasteride suppresses the body’s level of DHT, which plays a major role in sexuality and sexual development, making the connection highly plausible.
A study completed by the FDA revealed a wide range of sexual side effects in otherwise healthy Propecia users ages 21 to 46. These problems persisted for an average of 40 months after the men ceased treatment.
The most common side effects associated with Propecia include decreased libido, erectile dysfunction and ejaculation disorder.
Adverse sexual events are most notable in younger men. Several side effects have been found to improve or completely resolve once Propecia treatment is stopped, while others may continue to affect the patient for several months or even years. In some cases, sexual function never returns to normal. Art by @queerrilla
Creative energy is sexual energy. Agree?
To me it’s all the same.
It feels the same.
It flows in the same way.
I get lost in the same way.
This weeks epic people have inspired me to just create.
It’s been a while. 💜
[teaching sex ed]
Pavlov: make sure if you are having sex to bring protection
Kono: like what
Pavlov, a virgin: idk, like a corgi, maybe
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Добрый вечер, ДРУЗЬЯ!)
Мы ОЧЕНЬ рады представить Вам второй состав актёров импровизационного шоу «Сексуальное Чтиво» ✨
Они прошли 39 часов беспрерывной практики, и боевое крещение выходом на их первую импровизацию в @sex.ed.coffee
Спасибо всем, кто пришёл, кто вместе с нами наслаждался игрой молодых и талантивых
и нашего гениального музыкального сопроводителя - @ivan_sukhomlynov
Мы уверенны, что приставочка «второй» очень скоро сотрется и они станут полноправными участниками проекта! ❤️
А главное - будут радовать Вас искусством импровизации на всех наших площадках!)
#сексуальноечтиво #чтиво #импровизация #Киев #sexchtivo #improvshow #show #чёрныйквадрат #шоу #чк #шоукиев #импрувшоу #імпровізація #evening #какпровестивечер #досугвкиеве #sexedcoffee #sexed #sexedmuseum #второйсостав
Advanced sex-ed: Understanding Your STD Risk
We get a lot of questions that look something like, “I did XYZ, what are the chances that I have an STD?” And the truth is, we can’t give anyone their chances of getting an STD because risk is complicated.
When it comes to STDs, some behaviors have greater risk than others. For instance, sharing needles with another person is extremely risky because the needle goes right into someone else’s body, picks up any viruses or bacteria, and then puts it right into the next person using the needle. That makes it VERY easy for STDs (especially ones that live in the bloodstream, like HIV) to spread. Other high risk activities include unprotected anal and vaginal sex. And depending on the STD, unprotected oral sex can be pretty high risk, too.
The truth is, if you have anal, oral, or vaginal sex, there’s always a chance you can get or give an STD. But there are things you can do to turn high risk sex into low risk sex, like using condoms and/or dental dams every single time you have anal, vaginal, or oral sex.
Another way to keep your risk in check is to get tested for STDs regularly. Be honest with your nurse or doctor about the kinds of sex you have and whether you use condoms or dental dams. It’ll help them figure out which STDs you should get tested for, and how often you should come in to get tested. It might seem awkward to talk about, but they’ve heard it all and they’re there to keep you healthy. Getting tested regularly for STDs will help you stay healthy, and it’s not an automatic part of a check up, so make sure to ask for testing.
And if you’re living with a viral STD like HIV or herpes, staying on top of your treatment regimen will keep you healthy and lower your partners’ risk of infection as well.
#safersex #std #sexed #sexpert #sexeducator #sexeducation #sti
While this made me bust out laughing and think, “me too, kid. Me too.” That’s not really true. Please do remember this—it’s not all orgasms. Focus on each other’s *pleasure.* Sex doesn’t have to end when someone orgasms or ejaculates. Think and ask yourself this—when was the last time you had sex and was there something that determined when it ended? Do you know if everyone fully enjoyed themselves? Did y’all talk about it? What is your typical after-sex “routine”? I’d love to hear some of your responses!
#letstalkaboutit #pleasure #endstigma #breakthetaboo #sexpositive #sexed #sexeducation
HEY MONDAY, SUP? ✖️ I am on it this week. Lots going on to finish up our summer. I’m changing jobs (x2!), my man just changed jobs, we’re moving, + weddings, showers, events, holy f it’s all coming RAPID FIRE these next few weeks. So, what am I doing about it?
(Aside from trying not to freak the f out,) I set a mini goal for this week: NO TV (and no snacking) BEFORE BED. Fuck, we’re so bad for this. And it’s seriously f-ing with our sleep. No sleep = cranky couple.
That being said, in a bold attempt to not crack under the pressure, I drink metric fucktonnes of coffee every day and spin my ass off in the mornings. SWEAT IT OFF.
Here’s to micro-improvements and macro impacts 🦄 and, sweet god, just a little more sleep this week.