9 02, 2018

The Creative Impulse is the Nucleus of Sexual Self-Actualization (It’s Not About How Much Sex You Have)

By |February 9th, 2018|Uncategorized|1 Comment

We are just a month into the new year and many people are abandoning their workout plans and stressing about their financial plans with the stock market crash. But what are we doing about our sexual lives? People are in a lot of pain about their sexuality. I talk to people all the time about what [...]

2 02, 2018

It’s Not About You

By |February 2nd, 2018|Relationships, Uncategorized|0 Comments

  The communication blunders that happen on an everyday basis are truly astounding. Ever step back and watch two people get themselves into an argument that could have been completely avoided with a few simple tweaks? I’ve been thinking a lot about these communication blunders. For instance, how when a person is upset about something, and [...]

26 01, 2018

Why We March

By |January 26th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

We all have something to give in the world and we all have something to heal. Like hundreds of thousands of Americans, I marched last weekend in the Women’s March. Some people don’t understand why someone would go to a march, saying “It doesn’t make any difference.” Oh but it does. It makes a difference [...]

12 01, 2018

A New Day is on the Horizon

By |January 12th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Did you see the Golden Globes? Or at least Oprah’s acceptance speech that went viral? We are in a moment. A deep, powerful moment and it’s up to all of us to harness it, to speak up, and to utilize this opportunity for creating change. Oprah said something really poignant that is actually so simple: “What [...]

5 01, 2018

Enough. Times Up.

By |January 5th, 2018|Sexual Politics & Culture, Uncategorized|0 Comments

That’s what a group of over 300 Hollywood actresses and executives said in a bold statement they put forth this past weekend, as the new year dinged in. At last, as countless victims of harassment, coercion, rape, and exploitation have spoken out and said, “Enough,” it feels like the solidarity of women and those who stand [...]

29 12, 2017

Recap 2017: The Year In Sexuality

By |December 29th, 2017|Sexual Politics & Culture, Uncategorized|0 Comments

As we head into the last holiday of 2017, I wanted to send you my year-end sexuality review. This was a doozy! Enjoy the read and the links and let’s bring in 2018 right. We’ve got a world to improve and sexual agency to claim. Join me for Your Best Sexual Year Yet 2018. If [...]

22 12, 2017

Solstice Blessings & Your Best Sexual Year Yet

By |December 22nd, 2017|Sexual Growth, Uncategorized|0 Comments

  Happy Solstice! Hope your darkest, longest night of the year had you warm, happy and reflective. In true let-the-year-go form, I am sick as a new surfboard on perfect waves. Wish I felt that euphoric. Protect yourself from those germy shopping carts and door handles so you escape the nasty bugs running rampant this [...]

15 12, 2017

Sugar’s Top 10 Gift Picks!

By |December 15th, 2017|Pleasure & Desire|0 Comments

Sugar’s Top 10 Gift Picks! By: Jacq Jones Sugar is a lesbian owned, multi-gender operated, for profit, mission driven sex toy store.  By providing education and toys in a shame-free, sex-positive environment, we help people of all genders and sexual orientations experience their own unique sexuality with shameless joy and passion.       Njoy [...]

8 12, 2017

The Front Lines of the National Sex Ed Conference

By |December 8th, 2017|Sexual Politics & Culture|0 Comments

California is burning again and I am in Atlantic City at the National Sex Ed Conference. It is always a breath of fresh air to be around other people like myself who commit our days to having difficult conversations and helping people with their sexuality. I got to meet Dr. Joycelyn Elders today, the former [...]

1 12, 2017

Art, Music, and the Power of the Erotic

By |December 1st, 2017|Pleasure & Desire|1 Comment

I believe in the power of art and music to penetrate our psyches and to deeply and forever change us. Like sexuality, art can be treated as a “luxury,” as an addendum or a side-note to real life and real concerns. I pledge, rather, that art, music and sexuality are central to our journey as [...]