Have you connected to your divine feminine? You can, even if you’re not female, because Dr. Debra Muth says the divine feminine is all about exercising the kind of power in which everybody wins. It’s not about ruffles and bows…she’s talking about the power that comes from speaking truth and asking for what you need, especially during sex.
You can stay connected with your partner, even if you’re not together physically. But there are a few pitfalls: not communicating about how you’re going to blend your families if this isn’t your first relationship, and falling out of intimacy. Dr. Jeannelle Perkins-Muhammad is a marriage and family therapist and she has some tips for keeping intimacy alive. She ought to know – she and her husband have been married for more than 20 years and he’s deployed to another country. She’s sharing a few tips that she’s learned.
Dr. Doree Lynn knows that relationships, intimacy and the whole sex thing can be intimidating when you start over as an older person. But, fear not! Dr. Doree is a psychotherapist who calls herself a media sex-pert and she’s all about ridding us of the notion that good sex ends when youth does. Sex and intimacy are still very much in the picture, no matter how old you are.
Cindy Gallop isn’t terribly concerned about whether she shocks you. She’s more concerned with the fact that lots of young people are getting their sexual education from porn — and that’s one reason she started her website featuring consensual, real-world sex, Make Love, Not Porn.
Sex. How often, how your body changes, how your libido changes and how sex after 50 can be your best yet, despite all that. Sex therapist Jessa Zimmerman talks about what we know about sex and what we just think we know. Sex – oh, yeah, we go there on Keep it Juicy!