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.

Jul 302014
 

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 Shay (with some enthusiastic manhandling help from Stefanos) explains what goes on with your body when your happy spanking, roughhousing, or just enthusiastic sex leads to contusions that mark the skin. She also shares the magic of RICE for curing what ails you, and encourages you to be careful but not stop the fun!

Mar 082013
 

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 Reid Mihalko discusses erotic integrity, emotional release, and the minimization of upset during this six-minute video. He acknowledges the natural and even necessary upset that results from playing with intense sexual energy and suggests various ways to process it.

Dec 312012
 

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Dr. Heather Howard discusses the reduction of sexual pain during this four-minute video. She outlines the various professionals – as well as other resources (e.g., downloadable forms on her website) – available to assist those with pelvic pain. Dr. Howard also considers the effects of sexual pain on emotions, relationships, and more. Stay tuned for her upcoming clips during which she offers specific techniques to reduce sexual pain.

Aug 042012
 

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Joan Price continues her reflections on senior sex during this six-minute video. She focuses on lubricants by differentiating between desire, arousal, and natural lubrication; and by encouraging you to include the application of a lubricant into your sexual play. Joan also discusses types of lube and suggests how to choose a lubricant. Stay tuned for much more on senior sex.

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.

Jun 172012
 
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Communicationg about sex & trauma

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Kitty Stryker discusses important considerations for the partner of a person with a sexual trauma history during this seven-minute video. Among other things, she covers consent, expectations, and communication (methods, locations, etc.) as well as nonverbal signs of problems and potential ways to engage your partner(s) safely and sensually.

May 242012
 

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Penny Barber discusses breast play for those with implants during this five-minute video. She addresses various common concerns (e.g., wandering silicone, sensitivity changes, etc.) and offers practical tips on how to keep fake breasts soft, supple, and healthy.

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.