Sep 272014
 
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Sexual Trauma

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If your partner has had sexual trauma, what is the best way to support them? That’s what Ashley Manta tackles in this clip, starting with her own experience of not-so-supportive family members. She outlines more constructive strategies for giving partners what they need – no more and no less. Ashley also recommends resources such as “Allies in Healing”, a book written for the partners of trauma survivors.

May 112013
 

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 In this clip, Dr. Charlie Glickman explains that the pleasures of using a strap-on dildo for prostate play has more benefits than simply pleasure. He has found that men and women tend to get a new appreciation and greater empathy for the other side of penetrative sex and this can lead to many more ways of enjoying sexual play together.

Jul 212012
 

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Lillith Grey continues her series on feminism with this nine-minute video. She defines and gives examples of the components of reconnection: engagement, empathy, authenticity, difference, and more. Lillith recommends ways to attend to the disconnections in relationship, and she spotlights sexuality in the final section of the clip.

Jan 102012
 
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Lillith Grey continues her series on feminism with this four-minute video. She focuses on both the normal relationship pattern of connection and disconnection and also the great value of using disconnection for relational growth. In her next clip Lillith discusses the creative work necessary to facilitate such growth.