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In this fascinating podcast, we speak to the founder of Intimacy On Set Ita O'Brien about her role in the film and TV industry as an Intimacy Coordinator. Ita has worked on the recent Netflix hit series (that we love) Sex Education, written by Laurie Nunn, as well as shows for the BBC, HBO, and Warner Bros. For more information, please visit intimacyonset.com
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It's OK – you're not the only one who finds it a little awkward.
In fact, having your partner go down on you can be really challenging.
You would think that receiving the delicious pleasure of your partner's tongue on the innermost parts of your delicate folds would be easy, right? But it can actually bring a lot of emotion to the surface. It can trigger insecurities, intense vulnerability, uncomfortableness around receiving and even pressure to perform.
And then sometimes,...
Written by the founder of ULS, Stephen James Burford.
I don't often watch TV series and I was even a latecomer (no pun intended) to this incredible series created by Laurie Nunn and Eleven Productions.
Series 1 & 2 took me through a multitude of emotions from feeling sadness and nostalgia for my own teen years to such happiness that this show exists. I also cried my eyes out at one scene where the girls at the college show solidarity with another over her...
Written by our founder, Steve Burford (cisgender male).
I had a big realization whilst I was making love the other day. I was giving oral sex to my partner and I was noticing how her yoni reacted to my tongue.
A few minutes later she started to lick my forehead (this is something we normally do so I can receive a brain orgasm) and my third eye started to behave exactly like her yoni. It was a big revelation to me!
It was earlier this year that I started to have these...
Written by Steve Burford & Freya Watson
The sexual stereotypes we face every day have a profound impact on our society. From stereotypes about men in relationship to stereotypes of women’s sexuality, these harmful attitudes affect us all. We must scrutinize ourselves to see if we are partaking in the perpetuation of these limiting roles.
These detrimental attitudes are deep-rooted. They begin to form through the eyes of a baby by witnessing the stereotypical roles that our...
Starting a harmonious loving relationship often brings a huge shift in each person’s life. When two become one, a new life is forged. Through the magnetism of the heart and the desire to share more and more moments with each other, every action can be enriched with love and joy as well as a deep confrontation. That being said, it is only natural that when two people devote themselves to each other, other activities fall away to make way for even more shared time. One...
You can blame it on hook up culture. You can call out a sex-education epidemic, or invoke the wild mystery that is the female body, but when the pants and the inhibitions drop, all that really matters is that women are not having the orgasms they deserve.
Orgasm inequality is a problem of the casual dater, or so the stats would have us believe. The fewer times a hetero couple has had sex, the more likely they are to report a wide disparity between the number of times he has orgasms and...
The benefits of yoga are often flaunted in terms of the physical; tight abs, impressive flexibility, and yoga is also devised as a means to improve meditation, concentration and connection.
Yoga is a philosophy. It is a collection of guidelines for how to live in the world, to be good to ourselves, to the earth, and to each other. It has the power not just to change our bodies, or even our minds, but our hearts and souls as well. It can strengthen the bonds between us and help us to be...
In this podcast, we speak to Amanda Biccum about what it really takes to step up to a new paradigm of relating with yourself and others in intimate relating. We also talk about Amanda's journey and how she has come to be an evolutionary coach.
For more from Amanda, please visit amandabiccum.com