Transforming sexuality takes more than adding in more techniques. If you apply the new techniques with your old ways of relating, it will get stale and boring after a while. The great news is that by exploring both the places where you get a little stuck or bored as well as your dreams, fantasies and desires you can start generating whole new experiences of sexuality and intimacy.
The full and very fitting title of this book is: America’s War on Sex, The Continuing Attack on Law, Lust and Liberty by Marty Klein Ph.D. This is a good read – an articulate, well thought out, documented and impassioned argument and rallying cry for sexual liberty, sexual literacy and sexual consciousness. In effect, it’s a wake up call to all of us who give a damn about our sexual and civil liberties. Essentially, he argues that governmental interference and authoritarian control into our private lives is ongoing and a socio-culturally sanctioned, eroto-phobic war with our most intimate impulses. If … Read More
Wednesdays; 2/22, 3/1, 3/8; 11 am – 1 pm PST | click-here-for-full-pdf-version Sex as a Mirror: Deepening Our Potential for Intimacy with Ourselves and Others Niyati Evers, MAPW Our sexuality is a mirror into how we show up in relation to ourselves and to other people: what our habitual patterns of relating are, how much of ourselves we are able to bring into our experiences of sex, how we deal with closeness and separation and how deeply we can stay in touch with ourselves while being connected to another person. Potentially, our sexuality is a place where we can express … Read More
We don’t have to fall in love with a new person over and over again to experience that sense of expansion and adventure we may feel when we get to know a new person and explore a new body for the first time.
It is possible to have meaningful relationships, to engage deeply and to commit to another person(s) over a longer period of time while simultaneously experiencing excitement, adventure, renewed intimacy and even ecstasy.
Learn more about how to find meaning and excitement in relationships.