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Posted @withrepost@sexpositive_families “Is it okay for my kids to see me naked?”
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It’s a very common question we receive from caring adults who want to raise children in a sex positive environment but who may be unclear where “the line” on this one is.
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The truth is, adults sexualize nudity before a child ever does because bodies are not inherently erotic or sexual.
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To a child, particularly before puberty and hormonal changes occur, people’s bodies simply have parts and functions. Any sense of inhibition or embarrassment they may begin to demonstrate over their own bodies or the bodies of others is very much influenced by the messages they pick up on from the caring adults and world around them.
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If you’d like to learn more about this topic and what to consider for your own home, head to our latest blog post via the link in the bio to learn more. We’re here to support your journey. #nudity #sexualisation #sexed #sexeducation #education

Posted @withrepost • @sexpositive_families “Is it okay for my kids to see me naked?”
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It’s a very common question we receive from caring adults who want to raise children in a sex positive environment but who may be unclear where “the line” on this one is.
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The truth is, adults sexualize nudity before a child ever does because bodies are not inherently erotic or sexual.
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To a child, particularly before puberty and hormonal changes occur, people’s bodies simply have parts and functions. Any sense of inhibition or embarrassment they may begin to demonstrate over their own bodies or the bodies of others is very much influenced by the messages they pick up on from the caring adults and world around them.
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If you’d like to learn more about this topic and what to consider for your own home, head to our latest blog post via the link in the bio to learn more. We’re here to support your journey. #nudity #sexualisation #sexed #sexeducation #education
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It’s here! Episode 2 featuring the amazing @itsbeadux 🎉 This week @jamiexfinch talks about @thesafewordproject With @itsbeadux And Booty Call Etiquette 🖤 Give it a listen and make sure to tell your friends all about it 😁 Available on major platforms!🎙 This episode proudly endorses The Safeword Project. Find out more about the great work they do here - https://safeword.bigcartel.com/

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It’s here! Episode 2 featuring the amazing @itsbeadux 🎉 This week @jamiexfinch talks about @thesafewordproject With @itsbeadux And Booty Call Etiquette 🖤 Give it a listen and make sure to tell your friends all about it 😁 Available on major platforms!🎙 This episode proudly endorses The Safeword Project. Find out more about the great work they do here - https://safeword.bigcartel.com/
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6 3 56 minutes ago

Unfortunately for many schools & education curriculums, sex education is at best, lacking, and at worst, problematic and harmful. An integral part of empowerment and change is education. It’s time to not only educate students on sexual health, but also on consent and pleasure. We need to teach young adults what consensual, enjoyable, healthy sex looks like! We've put together a list of some resources available for schools, universities and individuals, click the link in our bio to learn more.

Unfortunately for many schools & education curriculums, sex education is at best, lacking, and at worst, problematic and harmful. An integral part of empowerment and change is education. It’s time to not only educate students on sexual health, but also on consent and pleasure. We need to teach young adults what consensual, enjoyable, healthy sex looks like! We've put together a list of some resources available for schools, universities and individuals, click the link in our bio to learn more.
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#reposted@lovecrave Erase the stigma. Pleasure is a right. ⁠
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#reposted • @lovecrave Erase the stigma. Pleasure is a right. ⁠
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2 0 2 hours ago

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While “no” is and can be a complete sentence, sometimes we want to share a little more. The simplicity in saying, “no,” doesn’t always have to be abrupt or cold.

I’ve turned some of yesterday’s caption into its own post (Thanks, @honestlylauren!) . These are all phrases I have used throughout this year with friends, family members, and partners.

I can’t say they’re always understood, but I will say the underlying message in all of these is shared: “I care about you, but I care about me, too.”
#SexELD #sexELDucation .
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While “no” is and can be a complete sentence, sometimes we want to share a little more. The simplicity in saying, “no,” doesn’t always have to be abrupt or cold.

I’ve turned some of yesterday’s caption into its own post (Thanks, @honestlylauren!) . These are all phrases I have used throughout this year with friends, family members, and partners.

I can’t say they’re always understood, but I will say the underlying message in all of these is shared: “I care about you, but I care about me, too.”
#SexELD #sexELDucation .
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1,782 15 3 December, 2019

Who can relate? 🦋🦋🦋

Who can relate? 🦋🦋🦋
4,388 148 12 hours ago

Several years ago, my then 8 year-old-daughter noticed the difference between her body and my then 46-year-old-mother-of-four body and was asking questions. Throughout her life, my husband and I have used anatomically correct terms when talking about the human body, invited questions about birth and breastfeeding, talked about how babies are born, and have even gotten into a few specifics. We had been having discussions long enough that we had almost exhausted her questions. .

Except for one. “But wait, Mom. How on earth does the sperm get in there in the first place?” I explained to her what happens to our bodies when sexual attraction and physical arousal take place and how the sperm gets into the uterus. “Hmmmm, OK,” she replied, pondering my answer.
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We talked about how sharing your heart and your body with another person is a way to create a bond, and that our Heavenly Parents really want us to share our body with someone only after we have fallen in love and gotten married and made a covenant to love that person forever.
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Speaking to my tender 8-year-old, I felt it was important for her to understand that not everyone subscribes to the Christian idea of chastity, so I acknowledged that some people choose to do things in a different order than what I hope for her–marriage, then sexual intimacy, and then the potential of parenthood—and that doesn’t mean they are bad people. It means they have different values and beliefs and have made different choices in their lives. As we spoke about these weighty, yet sacred topics, I could sense she was beginning to ponder the significance of the power of procreation and sexual expression.
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How can we best help our kids not only know the facts about sexuality, but also to develop a healthy attitude toward their bodies and an acceptance that sexuality is a part of their identity? Here are some ideas to help you reframe the topic in a way that both affirms sexuality and emphasizes values.
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#parenting #drjuliehanks #family #sexuality #sexed #lds #tcojcolds #healthsexuality #lcsw #licensedclinicalsocialworker #assistantprofessor #psychology #psychotherapy @wasatchfamily #parentingadvice #mormon

Several years ago, my then 8 year-old-daughter noticed the difference between her body and my then 46-year-old-mother-of-four body and was asking questions. Throughout her life, my husband and I have used anatomically correct terms when talking about the human body, invited questions about birth and breastfeeding, talked about how babies are born, and have even gotten into a few specifics. We had been having discussions long enough that we had almost exhausted her questions. .

Except for one. “But wait, Mom. How on earth does the sperm get in there in the first place?” I explained to her what happens to our bodies when sexual attraction and physical arousal take place and how the sperm gets into the uterus. “Hmmmm, OK,” she replied, pondering my answer.
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We talked about how sharing your heart and your body with another person is a way to create a bond, and that our Heavenly Parents really want us to share our body with someone only after we have fallen in love and gotten married and made a covenant to love that person forever.
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Speaking to my tender 8-year-old, I felt it was important for her to understand that not everyone subscribes to the Christian idea of chastity, so I acknowledged that some people choose to do things in a different order than what I hope for her–marriage, then sexual intimacy, and then the potential of parenthood—and that doesn’t mean they are bad people. It means they have different values and beliefs and have made different choices in their lives. As we spoke about these weighty, yet sacred topics, I could sense she was beginning to ponder the significance of the power of procreation and sexual expression.
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How can we best help our kids not only know the facts about sexuality, but also to develop a healthy attitude toward their bodies and an acceptance that sexuality is a part of their identity? Here are some ideas to help you reframe the topic in a way that both affirms sexuality and emphasizes values.
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#parenting #drjuliehanks #family #sexuality #sexed #lds #tcojcolds #healthsexuality #lcsw #licensedclinicalsocialworker #assistantprofessor #psychology #psychotherapy @wasatchfamily #parentingadvice #mormon
1,215 50 17 hours ago

#LetsTalkAboutSex: Orgasmo Femenino 🌸

Algunos datos que posiblemente desconocías:

El clítoris es un órgano que tiene como único propósito el placer sexual.

Esto significa que su estimulación es una clave fundamental para alcanzar un orgasmo (NO se llega solamente con penetración como muchas personas creen)

Una de las ventajas es la posibilidad de tener sexo multiorgásmico. Es decir, tener la capacidad de tener un clímax varias veces durante la misma sesión de actividad sexual, intercalada o no, con períodos refractarios.

No existe una sola manera para llegar a este “clímax”, cada cuerpo es diferente, por lo tanto la auto exploración es fundamental, así como la comunicación con tu pareja.
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#MorrasRecomiendan: ver el episodio de “El Orgasmo Femenino”, de la serie En Pocas Palabras (Explained, Netflix), te ayudará a aclarar más dudas 💫








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#LetsTalkAboutSex: Orgasmo Femenino 🌸

Algunos datos que posiblemente desconocías:

El clítoris es un órgano que tiene como único propósito el placer sexual.

Esto significa que su estimulación es una clave fundamental para alcanzar un orgasmo (NO se llega solamente con penetración como muchas personas creen)

Una de las ventajas es la posibilidad de tener sexo multiorgásmico. Es decir, tener la capacidad de tener un clímax varias veces durante la misma sesión de actividad sexual, intercalada o no, con períodos refractarios.

No existe una sola manera para llegar a este “clímax”, cada cuerpo es diferente, por lo tanto la auto exploración es fundamental, así como la comunicación con tu pareja.
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#MorrasRecomiendan: ver el episodio de “El Orgasmo Femenino”, de la serie En Pocas Palabras (Explained, Netflix), te ayudará a aclarar más dudas 💫
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2,607 15 20 November, 2019

Not as tasty as chocolate but at least your holiday gifts are the only surprises you'll get this month 🎁⁠

Not as tasty as chocolate but at least your holiday gifts are the only surprises you'll get this month 🎁⁠
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1,559 31 7 December, 2019

CW: Emotional, subtle, verbal, and physical abuse

EXAMPLES OF GASLIGHTING & SEPARATING UNDERLYING INTENTIONS

One difficulty in identifying a gaslighter remains in the fact that this type of manipulation it is a form of subtle abuse (subtle being the keyword). As we work through some general (note: general does not encompass all) examples of gaslighting and unpack how to identify these behaviors, please keep in mind that these are not typically one-off conversations or occurrences. In subtle abuse, these exchanges are patterns. These are accumulated experiences, and they typically start small (as we remain unaware of the underlying manipulation) growing into something much more overpowering and belittling.

Of course, in relationships {with whomever-family, friends, partners, etc.}, sometimes we would rather not talk about something—especially if it’s difficult. Sometimes we do forget and don’t remember what we said or how we said it. Sometimes we say things we don’t mean. The difference remains in our underlying intentions, our ability to join with our friend, family member, boss, partner, etc. To hold space for all present emotions and communicate our intentions. To feel seen, heard, and acknowledged.
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#SexELDucation #SexELD
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CW: Emotional, subtle, verbal, and physical abuse

EXAMPLES OF GASLIGHTING & SEPARATING UNDERLYING INTENTIONS

One difficulty in identifying a gaslighter remains in the fact that this type of manipulation it is a form of subtle abuse (subtle being the keyword). As we work through some general (note: general does not encompass all) examples of gaslighting and unpack how to identify these behaviors, please keep in mind that these are not typically one-off conversations or occurrences. In subtle abuse, these exchanges are patterns. These are accumulated experiences, and they typically start small (as we remain unaware of the underlying manipulation) growing into something much more overpowering and belittling.

Of course, in relationships {with whomever-family, friends, partners, etc.}, sometimes we would rather not talk about something—especially if it’s difficult. Sometimes we do forget and don’t remember what we said or how we said it. Sometimes we say things we don’t mean. The difference remains in our underlying intentions, our ability to join with our friend, family member, boss, partner, etc. To hold space for all present emotions and communicate our intentions. To feel seen, heard, and acknowledged.
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#SexELDucation #SexELD
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2,222 53 25 November, 2019

Need ya to turn up & let me know what ya favorite song is so far! Available on all streaming platforms accept iTunes / AppleMusic for now ! LINK IN BIO #SEXED

Need ya to turn up & let me know what ya favorite song is so far! Available on all streaming platforms accept iTunes / AppleMusic for now ! LINK IN BIO #SEXED
12,691 221 7 December, 2019

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#Repost @pdxsextherapy
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Behold this life-size, anatomically correct 3D model of the clitoris which is a #repost from @jejoue_ and @clito.clito. Isn't it magnificent? 😍⠀
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According to @jejoue_, the full extent of the clitoris was not popularized until 1998 by Helen O'Connell, Australia's first female Urologist. She published a Medical paper which stated that modern medical science was mistaken about the clitoris: the small button – or glans – that you can see is just the tip of the iceberg...⁠⠀
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Under the pubic bone, the organ looks like a wishbone with a body up to 4cm long. Coming out of the body are legs, or crura, up to 9cm long, and also aubergine-shaped bulbs up to 7cm long 🍆 ⁠⠀
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All of these structures are made of spongy tissue which becomes erect, just like a penis, when aroused.⁠⠀
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Sadly, a lot of people don't know that 90% of the clitoris is internal! 😱 And even the Oxford Dictionary still describes the clitoris as "a small, sensitive, erectile part of the female genitals at the anterior end of the vulva" - proving just how unfamiliar the true form of the clitoris remains today.⁠⠀
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This beautiful gold clitoris was made in Berlin by the incredibly talented @clito.clito - who lovingly makes these pieces out of PLA a biocompostable, vegan, bioplastic that uses sugar cane instead of fossil materials in its composition. ⁠⠀
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Image: a gilded, 3D model of the clitoris, which is essentially shaped like a wishbone, on top of a wooden background | #selflove #sexed #sexeducation #sexpositive #bodypositive #feminist #feministart #vulvaart #clitart #vulva #getcliterate #clitoris #vaginaart #vulvaart #empowerment #empathy #love #loveyourself #loveyourvulva #radicalselflove#sextherapy #pdxsextherapy

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#Repost @pdxsextherapy
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Behold this life-size, anatomically correct 3D model of the clitoris which is a #repost from @jejoue_ and @clito.clito. Isn't it magnificent? 😍⠀
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According to @jejoue_, the full extent of the clitoris was not popularized until 1998 by Helen O'Connell, Australia's first female Urologist. She published a Medical paper which stated that modern medical science was mistaken about the clitoris: the small button – or glans – that you can see is just the tip of the iceberg...⁠⠀
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Under the pubic bone, the organ looks like a wishbone with a body up to 4cm long. Coming out of the body are legs, or crura, up to 9cm long, and also aubergine-shaped bulbs up to 7cm long 🍆 ⁠⠀
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All of these structures are made of spongy tissue which becomes erect, just like a penis, when aroused.⁠⠀
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Sadly, a lot of people don't know that 90% of the clitoris is internal! 😱 And even the Oxford Dictionary still describes the clitoris as "a small, sensitive, erectile part of the female genitals at the anterior end of the vulva" - proving just how unfamiliar the true form of the clitoris remains today.⁠⠀
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This beautiful gold clitoris was made in Berlin by the incredibly talented @clito.clito - who lovingly makes these pieces out of PLA a biocompostable, vegan, bioplastic that uses sugar cane instead of fossil materials in its composition. ⁠⠀
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Image: a gilded, 3D model of the clitoris, which is essentially shaped like a wishbone, on top of a wooden background | #selflove #sexed #sexeducation #sexpositive #bodypositive #feminist #feministart  #vulvaart #clitart #vulva #getcliterate #clitoris #vaginaart #vulvaart #empowerment #empathy #love #loveyourself #loveyourvulva #radicalselflove⁠ #sextherapy #pdxsextherapy
789 8 11 November, 2019

If you’ve read yesterday’s post, you know I’m starting my transition to 2020.

Between now and the (official) new year, you’ll notice a mix of reflection and new direction in my content. This post is dedicated to one of my takeaways from 2019: Saying “no” is powerful. Saying “no” can change relationships.

I worked hard in 2019 to implement boundaries. Saying, “no,” has always been challenging for me. Previously, I was quick to say, “Sure, how can I help you?” Or, “Yes. Let me know what you need. I’m here to help.” While I’m still very much willing to help, this year forced me to change that process and my immediate response to those inquiries. I had to outline and execute boundaries—and they’re still evolving.

My automatic “yes” has shifted into more of, “I really don’t have the emotional or mental capacity today to talk. How does Tuesday sound?” Or, “I want to respond thoughtfully and know I’m not in the space for that given what I have going on. I’d be happy to respond by next week if that works for you.” This isn’t always, but it is more often.
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It’s something I’m proud to see the shift within myself. To remove the pressure of always doing everything, or being there for everyone, so that I can (finally) be there for myself in the same way.

#SexELD #sexELDucation .
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If you’ve read yesterday’s post, you know I’m starting my transition to 2020.

Between now and the (official) new year, you’ll notice a mix of reflection and new direction in my content. This post is dedicated to one of my takeaways from 2019: Saying “no” is powerful. Saying “no” can change relationships.

I worked hard in 2019 to implement boundaries. Saying, “no,” has always been challenging for me. Previously, I was quick to say, “Sure, how can I help you?” Or, “Yes. Let me know what you need. I’m here to help.” While I’m still very much willing to help, this year forced me to change that process and my immediate response to those inquiries. I had to outline and execute boundaries—and they’re still evolving.

My automatic “yes” has shifted into more of, “I really don’t have the emotional or mental capacity today to talk. How does Tuesday sound?” Or, “I want to respond thoughtfully and know I’m not in the space for that given what I have going on. I’d be happy to respond by next week if that works for you.” This isn’t always, but it is more often.
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It’s something I’m proud to see the shift within myself. To remove the pressure of always doing everything, or being there for everyone, so that I can (finally) be there for myself in the same way.

#SexELD #sexELDucation .
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710 6 2 December, 2019