Are Groping, Licking, and Fondling Allowed at Sex Museums?

THE ANSWER IS NO, BTW! If you have to be told not to 'grope, lick, fondle, or fuck the exhibits' you might not be in a "traditional museum." In my last post, MAIL TIME: Vulvas Protect from Evil, I shared a postcard that was purchased from the Vagina Museum in London, England.  Of course, I had … Continue reading Are Groping, Licking, and Fondling Allowed at Sex Museums?

13 Relationship, Polyamory, and Swinger Podcasts

Trifecta Love The Trifecta 5.0 out of 5.0 22 Ratings Welcome to our podcast! Hosted by Carly, Paoulo, and Kassandra. 3 people in 1 relationship. We take you through our journey of love and life in our polyamorous relationship. We started this podcast to break the stigma around non-monogamous relationships and share with you what … Continue reading 13 Relationship, Polyamory, and Swinger Podcasts

Can I Get a Question?

Not finding articles on the information you're seeking? Want to read about something specific? Have a question about something you really want to know? Let me know! Comment below if you have anything else you want to read or know that I haven't already discussed! Photo by Emily Morter on Unsplash

UPDATE! Three New Terms in the Glossary

Limerence: The state of being infatuated or obsessed with another person, typically experienced involuntarily and characterized by a strong desire for reciprocation of one's feelings but not primarily for a sexual relationship. Also known as New Relationship Energy (NRE). New Relationship Energy (NRE): The exciting feeling at the beginning of every relationship. This can last … Continue reading UPDATE! Three New Terms in the Glossary

No means No. Silence means No. Drunkenness means No.

An incident occurred this weekend that spurred possibly the most important topic when it comes to relationship and sex: Consent. Before we go into what happened, let's discuss the definition of consent: According to Wikipedia, "consent occurs when one person voluntarily agrees to the proposal or desires of another". Merriam-Webster defines consent as "compliance in … Continue reading No means No. Silence means No. Drunkenness means No.