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The Six-Day Sex Date

the six-day sex date

 

As a sex and intimacy coach, I encourage couples to have a weekly sex date. I prescribe three-hour chunks of time carved out for sex. Only sex.

This is sustenance for your relationship.

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Those Darn Red Shoes

You know when someone – a lover, a friend, a co-worker or even a stranger – says something that somehow hits the nail on the head of an issue  you’ve been avoiding. You nod politely, but inside, you’re agitated, perhaps a bit pissed, and wondering who the hell is s/he to say a thing like that. For a while you ignore that person as if she’s the personification of that truth you did not want to face.

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The Epidemic Of Sexually Unfulfilled Females (Very Widespread)

This is an epidemic of massive proportions.

It's taking place right now.

Probably in your home and in your bed.

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Barbie’s Pussy & The Real Box We Live In

Warning: fairly explicit language and very explicit links below

So I’m not sure it ever occurred to me to wonder what Barbie’s vagina might look like, until I was tipped onto the website Tight Vagina by an incensed Owning Pink reader who found their message of Vagina Nazism offensive (i.e., only perfect vaginas should be allowed to live). Now I know exactly what Barbie’s pussy looks like. And you know what? Barbie’s pussy is as boring as Barbie is. Hairless and small – kinda like a little naked mole-rat.

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How Much Do You Prioritize Your Intimate Life?

How Much Do You Prioritize Your Intimate Life?

 

“Love and intimacy are at the root of what makes us sick and what makes us well, what causes sadness and what brings happiness, what makes us suffer and what leads to healing… I am not aware of any other factor in medicine - not diet, not smoking, not exercise, not stress, not genetics, not drugs, not surgery - that has a greater impact on our quality of life, incidence of illness and premature death from all causes.”

~ Dr. Dean Ornish

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Make Love, Not Porn

Diesel Intimates, pornography, media, sex, culture

The first time I made love, I just had to show up with my vagina to rock my young beloved’s world.  We explored those new fruits with enthusiasm, joy and curiosity, and an equal amount of hormonal horniness. That we were in love and practiced safe sex together is evidence to me that young adults can navigate those early sexual days responsibly and with mutual satisfaction on the agenda.

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Rise Up & Come Out!

Rise Up!

So über honored to introduce our newest OP blogger, Kim Anami. Kim is a life and intimacy coach whose musings on love, life and sex have graced the pages of Playboy and which will appear in book form in 2013. Take it away, Kim!

Yeah, I know. Everything sounds sexual when you do what I do.

Over the years as I’ve evolved as a sex coach, I’ve experienced my own “coming out.”

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Confession

confession

Perhaps I should confess.  Sitting across from each woman – I am in silent prayer.

Please God, let it be that she is totally, utterly, completely consumed.  By something.  Anything.  Okay, maybe not sugar or shopping.  But let it be that this woman in front of me – this intelligent, put together, gorgeous woman finds herself on her knees tonight, crawling, reaching, yearning, aching and tormented by something she cannot outrun.

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Moving Meditation: A Pole Dancing Party

Moving Meditation ~ A Pole Dancing Party

I recently attended a private dance party where beautiful women moved in the emotionality of their vulnerability and magic happened. I was asked to work as the photographer and videographer - in between dancing - and this short video below shows what happened at this wonderful party. Some of the women at the party had never touched a pole in their lives. There were others who have been students of various studios for many years, most of which study at Sheila Kelley's S Factor, including myself.

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Green Sexuality: Is The Ecology Of Love A Fad Or The Future Of Sex?

sustainable

"Mother Earth doesn’t need us to survive, but we sure do need her. Better make sure she comes first." That tagline sums up my understanding of eco-sexuality in an organic nutshell, though my experience thus far is that even many die-hard greenies toss their dirt laden hands in the air when you mention making love sustainable. If tree-huggers are bemused, what about the rest of us mainstream recyclers? My friend Wendy Strgar is in the business of creating sustainable relationships (she’s the founder of GoodCleanLove.com – lotions and potions and adult toys that are good for you and the planet; in other words, she purveys sexy and safe fun). From her I realized that sustainability in the bedroom is an inside job.

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