Bisexual people experience very high rates of violence, purely for their identification as a by person. In addition, many sexual trauma responders receive little to no training on how to help a person who is bisexual - the unique and special difficulties encountered by this underrepresented and marginalized population. End Biphobia and Bierasure! Spread the word!
(Source: Huffington Post, Written by Noah Michelson, 2014)
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Check out the post above from HuffingtonPost, you may be surprised by the amount of connections between the queer community and Thanksgiving. :-)
AND… this is a perfect opportunity to have some wonderfully non-stressed, relaxing and innovative (read: adventurous) SEX! So… do it! Use that time off from work to do something special. ;-)
Today’s Infographic is part of a series from the Asexual-Not-A-Sexual blog on how to be an ally. This particular graphic was interesting, I thought. :)
For this JTTT, I was wondering… why do we care so much about having an orgasm when we have sex with someone? Why not simply enjoy the experience? The process and activities of sex … as well as theconnection you can have with your lover should be the main goal of sex - not orgasms. (Unless it’s a quickie - then… maybe it could be the goal, but you should still try and both+ have orgasms.) The goal should be… wait for it…
Surprised? I didn’t think so. Most people state they want intimacy in a relationship, and it is one of the most important components that makes a relationship feel the best. So, how can you increase intimacy? Try some of these things;
What helps to create more intimacy in your relationship/sex?
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