The idea of sex magic goes against all of what we are made to believe about ourselves and the world around us, but I am here to tell you that manifestation is at its strongest when you unify yourself with your destined desires. As a sex educator, I am trained in all aspects of the… Continue reading Manifestation and Empowerment: My Success with Sex Magic
That’s what little girls are made of, goes the 19th Century nursery rhyme. Innocent it may seem but it reflects an undercurrent of society’s image of girls which will powerfully effect the women that these girls grow into. How many women do you know, if they are truly honest with themselves, are people pleasers? People… Continue reading Sugar and Spice and All Things Nice
When I started out with the premise of making “my perfect dildo” masturbation was at the heart of the process. I knew I liked hard sex toys such as glass and steel and this was something I wanted to explore further. So, I set about moulding different shapes from clay, baking them in the oven… Continue reading Masturbation as a Creative Process
Ruth Ramsay is a sex and erotic empowerment coach, former award-winning striptease artist, and Wylde lube fan! Here she shares a coaching exercise you can try at home to reveal your deep erotic needs. I love sex – how it feels, looks, sounds, smells and tastes. I don’t like the latter two elements being dictated… Continue reading Exploring Your True Sexual Self
Female sexuality has been plagued by a variety of conflicting messages over the centuries. Showing female sexuality is acceptable only if it is owned by an ‘other’ in someway, and re-packaged back to us. This has led to us interpreting our own feelings and sensations through the lens of what has been deemed as ‘acceptable’.… Continue reading The Unholy Trinity of the 3 Ss: Silence, Shame and Stigma.
According to Dr Lisa Mosconi, there are 850 million women in the world going through perimenopause, right now. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard of perimenopause. It’s a word that 40% of women are unfamiliar with, according to Over The Bloody Moon’s recent survey conducted with over 500 women in the UK. Strange, as this… Continue reading The Peri Time Bomb by Lesley Salem
In the time of COVID, now more than ever we are thinking about our health, our immune systems, what food we put in our bodies and whats in our cosmetics. And thats understandable. The data about the benefits of pesticide-free and organic food are more widely known and spoken about than they ever have been before.… Continue reading Lie back and think of your intimate wellness
Our tentative steps into womanhood are seldom taken gladly. Puberty bursts into infancy like an unwelcome guest; an unpleasant acquaintance we know little about who has come to stay for the foreseeable and daunting future. This adverse reaction to our ripening bodies is not everybody’s experience but it is true for many. It is all… Continue reading The Body Politics of Hair Removal by Emily Cripps
I wanted to write a little bit about my experience of sex since becoming a mother. Now this is just my experience and of course everyone is different: in fact after three children I can say that each postpartum experience is different! The first mention of sex is quite soon after giving birth when you’re… Continue reading Sex After Childbirth: A perspective by Jo Farren
As part of our commitment to giving a platform to a diversity of women’s voices and experience, here’s a personal opinion piece by ‘The Ex-Virgin’. I held on to my Virginity for 22 years. My mother always taught me to keep my legs closed, that men only ever wanted sex and that’s it. Whilst I… Continue reading Cashing in the V-Card: Should we be holding onto it longer or experiencing sex as much as possible?