We are all survivors of harm. We are all doers of harm. We all carry hurt, pain, remorse and fear. To be trauma-informed is to recognize that we all carry the weight of trauma and that we all have the ability to hurt, harm and abuse others. Hold space for self compassion, take space for accountability and make space for others.Keep reading
…as a sexuality professional, I work toward a goal that is not achievable. I strive for a vision for the future where conversations around sexuality are plentiful, where comprehensive, inclusive and pleasure-based sexuality education is accessible for all people of all ages, and where the erotic is revered in all of it’s forms. It’s a vision where humanity is gifted the experience of embracing themselves holistically, freed from the limitations caused by systemic erotophobia. In order to live in that vision, my work also acknowledges and centers the collective need to be free from the white supremacist systems that bind us to oppression.Keep reading
This article addresses safety concerns in one of the most common Kink and BDSM practices, bondage and restraint, so as to curate risk-awareness for those interested in diving into the dark. This is an adaptation of an academic paper and included medicalized, academic language.Keep reading
The art of loving yourself in your language. No matter your situation, whether you’re partnered or solo, you deserve to be loved in your language. This article serves as a guide to help you do just that, to incorporate your love language into your self care and to set your intention toward self love each and every day.Keep reading
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