You might also like these other newsletters: Please enter a valid email address Sign up Oops! Please enter a valid email address Oops! Please select a newsletter A lack of sexual desire isn't always a clinical problem.
Tweet A person relaxing happily on a bed, arms sprawled up. This article was written with the goal of helping young cisgender women work through how patriarchy has affected their understanding of their bodies, their partners, and their sexual experiences. Oftentimes, this piece takes on a heterocentric framework as well. At Everyday Feminism, we are tirelessly dedicated to inclusive, intersectional feminism and in no way mean to imply that only cisgender, heterosexual women struggle with sexuality; rather, this piece serves as a jumping off point, starting with answering the questions that we most often find in our inbox. Most sexuality education is terrible. Sex ed has to change.
Between kids, work, the economy and other pressures, steamy sex may seem like a fantasy. Are you ready to turn up the heat again? These tips will help get you in the mood, both physically and mentally Sweaty bodies, tangled sheets, moaning… It sounds X-rated, but it could be real life.