What Churches Get Wrong about Sex

God does not hate sex. Let me repeat that just so there isn't any confusion. God does not hate sex. You may be wondering why I am opening with this line. Well, I'll tell you why. Almost everything I learned from well-meaning Christian adults led me to believe that God hated sex. And not only that, … Continue reading What Churches Get Wrong about Sex

What is Intimacy and Relationship Coaching?

What is Intimacy and Relationship Coaching? Similar to life coaching, intimacy and relationship coaching is a process that aims to assist clients by helping them to work towards and achieve their personal and/or relationship goals. Unlike a general life coach who may assist their client with organizational skills or weight loss, a coach who focuses … Continue reading What is Intimacy and Relationship Coaching?

One in Every 5 Women Never Orgasm … [guest post by Myola Woods]

Only a third of women can consistently have orgasms – This means two-thirds are unable to consistently have orgasms. These statistics break my heart, from my work as a Somatic Sex Educator and my own experience I know there is a different way to be with orgasms. I hear you saying “Myola, why is it … Continue reading One in Every 5 Women Never Orgasm … [guest post by Myola Woods]

Gay Christianity is Not an Oxymoron [video series]

An oxymoron is a figure of speech in which two apparently contradictory terms appear together; for example, the expression "thundering silence" seems to contradict itself -- thunder being a loud sound and silence being the absence of sound. There are those who believe that, if you are a Christian, you cannot be gay (or lesbian, or … Continue reading Gay Christianity is Not an Oxymoron

Talking with Young People About Consent [video]

Join Micki and her daughter as they discuss the important topic of sexual consent. Consent is Clear (an enthusiastic "yes!"), Continuous (can be revoked or retracted at any time), Conscious (informed and sober), and Coercion-free (not "guilted" or manipulated).

The Merry Month of May…sturbation

Traditional May Celebrations Traditionally, the month of May marks the return of springtime in the Northern Hemisphere. The first day of May, also known as May Day, is still celebrated in many parts of the globe. The ancient Celts called May Day “Beltane”—the day halfway between spring and summer as the time of fecundity and … Continue reading The Merry Month of May…sturbation