Lets talk pubic hair!
A photo I posted about a week ago made the creeps go mad talking about me having a shaven "pussy"
Well....I don't! And stop being creepy!
Personally I don't completely shave my pubic hair for a few reasons. • The first reason being the most important. I keep my hair down their because I want to! Its my body hair and no one has the right to tell me what to do with it. • Pubic hair grows naturally.
• Hair grows done there for a reason. It works much like your eyebrows and eyelashes. By keeping dirt and sweat from getting in your genitals. • It is actually more hygienic to have pubic hair. It again acts like a protective shield and cab stop STI's from spreading as easily (Please still use condoms)
• The cuts and rashes caused my removing hair leaves your skin open to infections. • Finally the hair acts as a cushion for your pelvic bones when having sex!
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It's that time of year again. Everyone's making resolutions - predictably to do with their weight and 'getting in shape'...🙄⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
But before you go ahead and pledge to join a gym or eat fewer calories this year, I want you to ask yourself something...⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What if being happy, fulfilled and sexy had nothing to do with your appearance? What if it actually meant letting go of trying to look the way society considers aesthetically pleasing, and instead was focused on being FREE? FREE from shame and self criticism. FREE from trying to hide the fact your tummy is soft , or your breasts sag, or your body doesn't look the way bodies do in magazines and social media. FREE from turning the lights off to undress, and restricting sex to positions that hide the fact you're a human being with flaws and fat folds and lines.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What would that mean for your sex life, and your quality of life in general? What would it mean for your self-confidence; if you just let go and allowed yourself to be FREE: to accept yourself, JUST AS YOU ARE, in 2019? 💕
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Happy hump day boys and girls 🍑
Today’s message is to all the ladies on here. If you’ve seen my story today you’ll have seen how I’ve been shocked to only just find out that I don’t have to take my 7day pill break. I take a combined oral contraceptive, the one where you take a pill everyday for 21days then have a 7 day break before restarting on a new pack.
However, today I was informed that it’s actually now advised to take it back to back. This wasn’t my GP who told me either. Research by Professor Guillebaud (emeritus professor of family planning and reproductive health) said taking the combined oral contraceptives every day without breaks was the '21st century way to take the pill’. He argued that this should become the main recommended way for women to take oral contraceptives, and the usual 21/7 regimen for the pill was ‘outdated’ and should be consigned ‘to history’.
Like wow. Just wow. This is revolutionary for us who are sick of a pretend breakthrough bleed. But it got me wondering why I haven’t been told this? Why hasn’t my GP advised that this is the way forward now? But yeah, I had to share this with you because you can now take your pill back to back And it’s completely safe to do so. The suggested way is doing it for the full 365 days or if preferred 4 months and having a 4 day break. I hope this was helpful to some of you. I’ve linked the full article in my story for you all. Also men if you read this congratulations and be thankful you don’t ‘yet’ have to take contraception.
The number one myth of a soft c0ck is that we are not feeling desire. This is far from true. There are many reasons why a man may have a flaccid pen!s before or during s*xual activity that have nothing to do with his desire. Do not take it as an indication of a man's lack of desire. It's sad that in our society we have been trained to believe that the sign of desire in a man is erecti0n.
Soft c0cks can feel pleasure. Many people ignore the soft c0ck. If a man can't get it up, he can't be s*xual. Again, not true. The issue is that we have taught men that they are broken if they cannot get an erecti0n. We feel shamed, and we withdraw. Men can experience pleasure, desire and 0rgasm with a soft pen!s.
When it comes to s*x, men are expected to be "penetrative" - and not "receptive." He is the one who enters. During intercourse, the pen!s may soften and - along with that (if it is allowed and not shamed) - a man's heart may soften too. He may become more vulnerable with his lover and more open. As a result, the emphasis may shift to a feeling that is perhaps more subtle and intimate. If allowed, it's possible for s*xual energy to spread throughout the man's body, and a feeling of connectedness may occur when he stops focusing on penetration and simply floats in feeling and in uniting with his lover's body.
There is a lot of talk about women connecting their hearts to their vag!nas. What if men got to connect their c0cks to their hearts too?
If you were stuck on a deserted island and could pick only one medicinal plant to have with you, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), would be one of the best choices you could make. A veritable Swiss Army knife of the herbal kingdom, Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry, does just about everything when it comes to improving health.
Literally. It positively impacts almost every system in the body, which is why the enlightened rishis—ancient Hindu holy men—considered it one of the finest herbal medicines known to man. Revered for over 4,000 years in the Ayurvedic medical tradition in India, Ashwagandha is one of the world’s most powerful adaptogenic herbs, which means that it restores balance to the body and mind no matter what end of the spectrum you find yourself on.
Swagger Tip #86 : The secret to a great sex life...you.
Hmmmhmmm. I get this question A LOT. I can only imagine what my teenage or 20 something year old self would have done if I had known this. Lawd have mercy! We have all been given the message that "hot sex" is a result of external factors (your partner) or knowing the latest and greatest sexual techniques. But If we forego developing our sexual selves we won't be able to sustain a great sex life, despite having those external factors in place. The thing is... it's never too late. Think of it as rolling admissions with a 100% acceptance rate. 😎😎😎 Apply when ready. Just a little UC logic. .
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Benefits of a Healthy Sex Life
1. Keeps the immune system humming
2. Boost your libido
3. Improves bladder control by improving pelvic floor health
4. Lowers blood pressure
5. Counts as exercise
6. Lowers heart attack risk
7. Lessens pain
8. May make prostate cancer less likely
9. Eases stress
10. Improves sleep
What a list, right? Even if one of these 10 points are working right now think about what your next one would be.
Aromatase is the enzyme that converts Testosterone to Estrogen, specifically Testosterone becomes Estradiol - the most potent estrogen from this biochemical reaction with testosterone and aromatase. .
Where can we find the most aromatase in our bodies? Drum🥁 roll!
The fat around organs & around your waist and thighs and butt. Yep. Which is why increasing lean muscle mass helps your hormones and your sex life. Stay with me. It’s gonna get more sexy. .
How does this effect male sexual performance? And erections🍆 ?
Higher Estradiol levels in the blood can be a root cause of Erectile Dysfunction. .
The HOW: What happens is these higher estrogen levels cause blood from the penis to leak out of the corpus cavernosum back into the body (low TT:E2 ratios are not good for sex!) & make the penis flaccid. So for men who can get an erection and then it goes away or your erections are weaker this is one potential cause.
This is a horrific experience for any man, and his sexual partner.
ED can end relationships, & marriages!
There is hope though! .
If you want to reverse or prevent Erectile Dysfunction (ED) then you must optimize your Total Testosterone to Estradiol ratio. .
Pro Tip: Men aim for 40-50:1 TT:E2 ratio! .
There are treatments to block aromatase or decrease it, such as aromatase inhibitors that are natural or prescription, like low dose anastrozole.
Don’t decrease estrogen too low for men though. Men need estrogen like women need testosterone! It’s that yin & yang balance. (Not recommending any treatments here - please ask your male hormone doctor for best lab testing & treatment plan!)
Seek a male hormone health specialist near your to optimize your male hormones. .
Don’t watch the clock ⏰ & wait!
Low T = early death (<350 ng/dL TT)!
Book your free discovery call now! Act now! The Book button is at at the bottom of our bio! .
Today I started my journey with PRP Orgasm shot. Here I am this morning calming myself before the procedure today at the clinic.
The PRP orgasm shot involves injecting platelet rich plasma (PRP) Blood is drawn from the arm and soun in a centrifudge which allows the blood components to separate, isolating the platelet rich plasma.
This treatment is for women’s vaginal health. It is used to heighten sexual responsiveness, help with vaginal dryness and mild urinary incontinence due to multiple pregnancies and age. It is safe and nonsurgical. The procedure helps stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. This is an MD administered procedure.
The Big Bang Theory: Exploring and Embracing Female Sexuality and Sensuality .
Leave your inhibitions at the door and prepare to dig deep into your femininity and sensuality. In a judgment free zone, women will have the opportunity to connect and share their experiences, triumphs and battle stories as we debunk common sexual misconceptions and stereotypes. .
Through discussion and thought provoking dialogue, women will gain the insight and tools to uplift and empower themselves within their own personal relationship as well as with their partners. Take ownership and dominion of YOUR sexy! .
When: Saturday February 9 (8pm-10pm)
Where: Studio 89 ~ 1065 Canadian Place, Unit 104, Mississauga (Upstairs in Artademic Centre)
Register for this event on eventbrite.ca, the link is in my bio.
#PleasureResolution Day 19! One of the most difficult aspects of #vulvodynia or any other type of #pelvicpain can be pain and fear of pain around sex and intimacy, causing women to give up on experiencing sensual pleasure at all.
But pleasure (of all kinds) supports health and feeds your soul, so it’s important to find ways to add it in...even if you’re in pain.
Today, I’m sharing a practice you can use NOW, even if you are experiencing #painfulsex to bring pleasure back into your body and your life.
As women our entire body is built for pleasure of all kinds. One of the keys to experiencing this is to bring touch, presence and intention together.
Start a practice of touching your body with loving presence. You only need 10 minutes. You can do this yourself and/or with a partner, but I recommend beginning with yourself so that you can stay 100% present with your own experience without being distracted.
Stroke your hair, your face, your neck, arms, breasts, belly and legs with love and care, the way you would touch a lover. Move slowly, breathe into your low belly, and stay present with the sensations you feel.
What sensations do you notice at the point where your fingers makes contact with your skin? What sensations do you notice in the rest of your body? Breathe into those sensations and allow them to expand. Intend for your touch and sensation to nourish every cell.
When we’re in pain it’s easy to lose touch with the fact that our bodies can also be a source of pleasure. We get very focused on trying to solve problems and fix our body, and the neural pathways in our brain dedicated to pleasure literally begin to atrophy.
We can build them again with touch and loving presence.
Share your experience using the #PleasureResolution and do that at least 5 times with any of the practices we share, so you can win a coaching session from one of us!
Females can ejaculate too! Female ejaculation, commonly known as "squirting", refers to the expuslion of fluid from a female's urethra during sexual arousal or orgasm. Squirting is most often correlated with stimulation of the G-spot, either manually or by a penis. If you're interested in experimenting with female ejaculation, the best advice is to relax and enjoy the process. There is nothing wrong with squirting, as well as nothing wrong if you can't; everybody is different. Avoid geting too focused on the outcome and enjoy the process! Read our article about female ejaculation to learn more!
Don't shy away from talking about HIV and PrEP. It's an important conversation and something we want to normalise.. Got questions? Or want to start PrEP and can't access through the NHS? Contact us now for affordable consultations, advice and prescriptions.
What are the PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES and what do they do? 🤷♀️
The PFM are a group of muscles sitting in the bottom of the bowl of the pelvis with a deep layer oriented like a hammock and an outer layer creating a figure-8 formation around the vagina/urethra and anus.
Functions include: ✅Controlling action of the bladder and bowel sphincters (role continence AND in being able to fully empty bladder and bowel) ✅Hammock-like shape supports the organs of the pelvis and abdomen ✅Prevents urinary leakage during exertion (ie laughing, coughing, sneezing, exercise) ✅Role in sexual function (ie clitoral/penile erection and orgasm) ✅Participation in our deep postural core system which includes the transverse abdominis, spinal multifidi, and respiratory diaphragm. These muscles work together to control pressures inside the abdomen/pelvis and to stabilize the trunk during body movement.
Due to their roles in posture, bowel and bladder function, and sexual function, symptoms of PF dysfunction can vary greatly and affect any or all of these functions. #elevateyourpelvichealth#pelvicfloor#sexualhealth#womenshealth#bladdercontrol#bowelcontrol#knowyourbody#knowledgeispower#pelvicfloorphysicaltherapy