Sex and your cycle. Sex after menopause. Old age sex is a taboo in society.
Unfortunately, we live in a culture that doesn’t value age. We receive the
information that beauty has an expiry date and your sex life has a shelf
life. When we ingest specific ideas from culture that have been given to
us, we internalise & take those beliefs on personally. Let’s give you some
proper education on sex after menopause
All about menstrual migraines. PMS is not normal. That in no way means
you’re abnormal for having it. It means you’re experiencing a hormonal
imbalance that’s triggering this monthly avalanche of symptoms, just like
many other women around you. Migraines can be a symptom of PMS.
Ok so you are looking for more sex toy recommendations? Consider this guide
for those wishing to add a little sexual exploration into their lives.
Below are a list of some of my favourite sex toys at the moment, ranging in
price, style, stimulation there is something for everyone whether you are
look to add to your solo or partnered experience.
Buying Your First Sex Toy Or Looking To Change to Something New?Whether you
are purchasing your first sex toy or looking to find something new most
people are following someone else’s lead. However, Your Pleasure Is Unique
so what another body finds pleasurable may not be right for you, or visa
versa. In a world where we all have different likes, dislikes, desires,
curiosities and interests, and where those preferences change often, I have
put together a sex toy questionnaire that is designed to ask you the right
questions to guide you towards the pleasure products that are right for
Lube makes everything better. It makes long sex longer and it helps reduce
friction, which in turn reduces micro-tears in the vagina and can add more
pleasure. I tend to be of the mind that there’s no single best lube for sex
so much as there’s one that works best for you. Find a complete guide to
everything you want to know about lube. What lube is best for what type of
sex, what lube is best for sensitive skin, lube recommendations and more…..
The last thing I want to do is put the fear of god into someone before they
buy a sex toy however, it’s important to know, the sex toy industry is
almost entirely unregulated. This means that there is no government or
industry body which is responsible for ensuring that sex toys are safe. By
printing ‘Novelty Item – not for use on the body’ on the packaging some
companies sidestep stricter regulations. This means that there are sex toys
out there that are made from potentially unsafe or even toxic materials.
When engaging in Self Pleasure or Partner Pleasure the intention is to
treat the body well, knowing about body-safe materials are integral to
that. It can be an absolute mind field trying to navigate that terrain so I
have put together what you can consider a cheat sheet to help you be a
little more sure that the sex toy you want is body safe?
Here is the truth. You cannot start soon enough. “The Talk” should never be
a one-time event. It should be an on-going conversation. If you have been
to Orgasm Online with me, you already know our sexual development starts
from infancy. As children grow and mature they only have more questions.
Start to see “the sex talk” as a continual conversation that will evolve as
your child grows.
I’m a big advocate for learning how to explore and connect with your body
without the help of sex toys but when used well, they are powerful tools
that can elevate and aliven all kinds of sexual sensation in our body. With
so many options on the market, when it comes to sex toys, it’s so hard to
figure out where to start. Find my personal recommendations here…