by Julie Peters: Low sexual desire is incredibly common, especially for women.
by Julie Peters; We have sex for a lot of reasons.
by Julie Peters; In many religious traditions, sexuality is feared. We are given strict rules around what kind of sex is okay and when and with whom.
Did you know that having sex regularly is good for you? In this article we look at the many surprising health benefits of sex…
by Emma: We’re all aware that an active lifestyle is good for us. Yet, most of us often skip working out because we’re too busy or too tired from work.
by Randi Hutter Epstein: Expert tips on making things even hotter in your 50s, 60s, and 70s—and for clearing the obstacles in your way…
By Megan Tusler: With the publication of Coming of Age in Samoa, Margaret Mead brought to her audience in 1928 a readable vision of adolescent sexuality derived from nine months of fieldwork on the island of Ta’u.
Question – Beloved Master, tell me the way from sexuality to love.
By Ali Drucker: A breakdown on the calories you burn and other physical health benefits of getting busy…
David Deida: “You can open to God through sex. By learning to open your heart and body while embracing and trusting all energies from rough ravishment to sublime gentleness,