About Sex Ed with Ashley

Welcome! You've found a sex positive, cannabis friendly, passionate sexuality educator, coach, and event facilitator. Ashley is also the creator of CannaSexual™. 

Ashley is available for one on one coaching and corporate consulting as well as workshops for colleges, bachelorette parties, sex shops, or events. Her mission is to help people have joyful, empowered sex lives! Check out her blog to get some insight into her work and please email if you're interested in learning more about what she does.

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Upcoming Events that Ashley is hosting or attending:

October

10/1/16: Where the Wild Things Are (Go!) Day Long Retreat with Monique Darling, Peter Petersen, Chris Luth Arden Leigh, and more! Solana Beach, CA. Buy tickets here!

10/8/16: Sexy Fun Times: A Primer co-hosted with Monique Darling, Carlsbad, CA.  Buy tickets here!

10/9/16: All Gender Play Party with Monique Darling, Escondido, CA.

10/12/16: Feast of the Senses Puja, Escondido, CA. 

 

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  • Latest from the blog

    What Happens When You're Afraid to Take Up Space?

    This post is adapted from a filtered Facebook post I made a few days ago. So many people responded that they'd felt the exact same way at various points in their lives (or at this very moment!) that I realized it should probably go public on the blog.  This article by Jess Zimmerman hit me right in the fucking feels. I have anxiety around having needs in a relationship (romantic or otherwise), because needs make me needy, and needy people don't stay in other people's lives for very long. If I want to talk to you and you're busy? I feel like I'm bothering you. If I want to hang out and you don't/can't? I'm being annoying. If I'm having big feelings (positive or negative)? I'm a burden. CW in the article for heteronormativity, but this does track with experiences I've had in cis guy/girl pairings. I'd argue that it also applies to friendships/human relationships in general.  "The attention whore is every low-maintenance woman’s dark mirror: the void of hunger we fear is hiding beneath our calculated restraint. It doesn’t take much to be considered an attention whore; any manifestation of that deeply natural need to be noticed and attended to is enough. You don’t have to be secretly needy to worry. You just have to be secretly human. As a child, on an endless restrictive regimen that started when I was four, I was told “if you get used to eating less, you’ll stop being so hungry.” The secret to satiation, to satisfaction, was not to meet or even acknowledge your needs, but to curtail them. We learn the same lesson about our emotional hunger: Want less, and you will always have enough." - Jess Zimmerman
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    Getting Good at Letting Go

    This is one of my favorite poems. It is often read at wedding ceremonies. It's from Khalil Gibran On Marriage: ...But let there be spaces in your togetherness,And let the winds of the heavens dance between you.  Love one another, but make not a bond of love:Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup.Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loafSing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone,Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music. Give your hearts, but not into each other's keeping.For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts.And stand together yet not too near together:For the pillars of the temple stand apart,And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow.
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