- Have you ever had sex that left you feeling uncomfortable or confused?
- Have there been times you would have liked to stop having sex but since you were already doing it, you felt like you “should” finish?
- Do you sometimes wish your sexual partner would just tell you what they really want and stop “playing games?”
- Are you sometimes confused about whether you want to have sex in certain situations?
- Have you ever agreed to sex that you didn’t really want?
- Do you sometimes find yourself unable to fully express your preferences and desires to your sexual partner(s)?
- Wouldn’t it be great if there were an easy way to know what you want and how to express that to anyone without fear of losing the connection or the relationship?
I address ALL of this and more in my latest book, Love, Lust and Romance in the Wake of #MeToo: Making Consent Sexy for All Genders.
And although I have already written about a third of the book, I would LOVE your help to complete it!
Your questions and concerns will help me make this book even better.
Your stories could wind up in the book IF you want that and it’s a fit for the book.
Your participation as I craft the remainder of this book is valuable to me and to my readers. And I am sure it will be valuable to you!
So email me. ONLY I read my emails so your privacy is protected. And I really do want to begin a conversation with you so that together we can take consent to the next level!
Whether you are dating or in a long-term relationship, it’s crucial that you know how to say no to things you don’t want to do. But that can be difficult when you are afraid of damaging the connections you care about.
We need a way to set boundaries while creating intimacy. We need to know how to say no with joy and enthusiasm. And we need to be able to do that even when we are naked and in the throes of passion.
As the author of Sex Secrets of Escorts, sexologist and relationship expert, my mission is to revolutionize the way we express our preferences in an intimate context while keeping the connection we want.
Instead of giving in or compromising because you don’t want to hurt his/her feelings, or make him/her mad, or lose the relationship, you CAN make your preferences and boundaries clear and firm while drawing your person CLOSER to you and creating MORE connection.
Too many of us have learned to feel ashamed about our no. So we may mumble or yell in defiance. Not surprisingly, no’s like this are often met with hurt feelings. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Saying no can bring us closer to each other and spark sexual interest – if you know how to do it.
I have helped hundreds of my clients achieve safety and sanity in their romantic connections, and now I am sharing my simple formula for love, lust and romance in the age of #MeToo with you!