After having a baby, a mom is feeling alone in the process of re-learning her body. Leah explains why it’s more than okay to seek support, and how that can generate its own kind of healing.
Yami opens up about a variety of common though not-commonly-talked-about subjects: sexual assault by a family member, and navigating polyamory.
Do you worry about how you smell or taste? A chorus of women answer. Also: learning to pause for a breath during sex.
Jocelyn is a full-service sex worker who’s seen many aspects of the industry, and who currently specializes in sexual healing and sexual surrogacy.
Do you enjoy giving blow jobs? A chorus of women answer. Also: is it possible for a relationship to work when one partner is polyamorous and the other is monogamous?
Mel had trouble being faithful. She has chosen ethical non-monogamy as a way to meet her variety of relational and physical attractions and needs.
Do you have hair down there, or are you bare? A chorus of women answer the question. Plus: Is it okay to hate giving blow jobs?
Heather grew up assuming she would marry a man and have children. So she did. But sex was never a good experience. Then she had sex with a woman for the first time, and her life was changed forever.
Leah tackles the hierarchy of orgasms—and getting there at all. Women respond to whether they prefer clit or vaginal stimulation, which opens up a penetrating (see what we did there?!) discussion about preferences.
Stacey grew up aware of and comfortable with her own pleasure from an early age. She has a daughter and is twice divorced. She’s had a rich sex life, and now finds happiness, satisfaction, and opportunity for personal growth in open relationships.