The votes have been tallied and the results are in! My blog came in at #18 on Kinkly's Top 100 Superhero Sex Blogs of 2013!Read more
Does This Panel Make Me Look Fat? Body Image and Sexuality Panel, CatalystCon West, September 28th, 2013
Elle "Lady Cheeky" Chase speaking about body confidence
The entire panel (left to right): Lady Cheeky, Me, N'Jaila Rhee, Hercules Liotard
At lunch after the panel. Clockwise from left: N'Jaila Rhee, Hercules Liotard, Me, Lady Cheeky
After meeting Tristan Taormino and introducing her to my vulva puppet, Lilith
The Pleasure Chest Gloryhole Event, September 26th, 2013
Experiencing Shibari for the first time with one of the most talented practitioners in the business - Midori!
After tying me into a gorgeous rope bra, Midori posed with her handiwork
Sex Ed Besties! Me, The Redhead Bedhead, and Lady Cheeky
Happy sex geeks! Clockwise from left: The Redhead Bedhead, Nina Hartley, Me, Princess Kali, Lady Cheeky
Bawdy Storytelling "Dirty Little Secrets" September 25th, 2013
What's that I'm holding? Why it's a postcard for Rachel Kramer Bussel's new book, "The Big Book of Orgasms!"
CatalystCon East, March 15-17th, 2013
Introducing Lilith the Vulva Puppet to the marketing representatives from Wet Lubricants!
Random Sex Geekery:
"Reid's Sex Geek Angels" with Kate McCombs, Me, and Cathy Vartuli
Who do you consider to be your family? Imagine them in your mind. If you’re like me, not all of the people are biologically related to you, or to each other. Each one of us comes into the world and is brought into a home. It could be a home with two biological parents, a single parent, adoptive parents, co-parents, or some other arrangement. We have little to no control over the families in which we are raised. Our families of origin could be completely healthy and nurturing or dysfunctional and toxic. Often, there is some combination of the two. Our family of origin can imbibe us with strength and resilience. It can also saddle us with baggage and maladaptive coping skills. These factors will influence how we interact with others as we grow and mature. We cannot control where we came from—the actions of others are beyond our control. What we can control is the family that we create as adults.Read more