The latest from our experts on all Sexology topics
Attraction Culture Education Lifestyle
With polyamory and other forms of consensual nonmonogamy (CNM) becoming increasingly popular, many clients ask us, “What is it?” and “How does it work?” “What exactly does it mean?” These are all great questions. In response, just like with any other kind of relationship, it depends on the people involved and how they handle themselves.
Body Culture Education
Anatomy lesson: The vagina and the vulva are not the same things. The vagina is the female genital organ inside the body from the cervix to the vulva. The vulva is the externally visible parts of the female genitals that include the inner and outer lips, the vagina, the urethra, the anus, and the clitoris.
Coaching Communication Education
Sex therapy. Just those two little words together can bring up all kinds of emotions or misunderstanding. If sex is a normal and natural part of the human experience, sex therapy can be viewed this way as well. Here are 6 truths about sex therapy you may be surprised to know. It’s more common than
Body Communication Culture Education Relationships
Now that you’re expecting, you’re not sure what to expect from sex, and you might be worried. Most parents-to-be worry about the safety of continuing to have sex as they normally would. If your pregnancy is healthy, you can keep on keeping on. We recommend you chat with your healthcare provider first to make sure
Culture Education Mind
Let’s chat about the Microcosmic Orbit. You might be wondering, “What the heck is that?” It’s also known as the “Self Winding Wheel of the Law.” Okay, maybe not much help. Think about it as the circulation of light and energy cultivation. It comes from Taoist Qigong or Taoist yoga Qi. The Microcosmic Orbit, where
Body Education Intimacy
If you’re a female, when you first started getting your period as a teen (or younger), you may have been a little freaked out or over the moon excited to get your membership to the “womanhood” club. Menstruation (among many other intimate topics) may have been a taboo topic in your childhood home, and in