I tend to get hooked on things for a time, like a certain spice, a song or a scent.
I imagine your can relate.
For quite awhile, I've been hooked on KIM ANAMI, who is a sex therapist. I like her especially because she is into Tantra and energy, which is like adding lighter fluid to the mind, body and spiritual experiences of our sexuality.
For years I've wondered- why is discussing sex so taboo when it can be so great and so very good for our health?
For instance, we may delight in a fabulous recipe, a great band, the ballet, a massage or an exquisite sunset. We discuss how these things move us, uplift us, make us happy and make us feel soooo good.
But discussing sex?
Not so much.
In the 60s, marijuana and the sexual revolution began to break the ice a bit on the subject, and of course, the younger generation has made talking about sex a much more open discussion.
So much more open. Wide open!
Like they have blown the roof off the Vatican.
But for our generation? Sometimes I feel like I am the ring leader.
And yet I retreat. Because I don't want to make people feel uncomfortable.
But this week, I introduce Kim Anami. What I like about the video below of hers, especially, is that she discusses the importance of sexual release for everyone, single or partnered and how so many good things flow from having it in our lives.
Pleasure is our birthright and we all deserve it.
And it's free ❣