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Well, here we are. It’s February, the month of Love & Romance! And soaring in the skies above us, ready to swoop down like a fabulous, white-feathered winged griffin to bestow blessings and celebrations of holy eros and requited romantic love upon us is: Valentine’s Day!
But if we see romantic love as standing atop the pillar above the clouds, worthy of sundering us from all else, we tend to see other relationships as coming secondarily to the romantic duo. In fact, we are often told that nourishing other relationships comes at the expense of our romantic relationship. And we are certainly told that romance has no place other than within our romantic dyad.
And thus the potential woe of February 14th. If our celebration of love only exalts the holy romantic duo, what happens to those not in romantic relationship? What happens to those who intentionally choose a single or solo life? Or those with more than one romantic relationship in their lives? What happens to those in couple-hood who don’t feel the magic of the union? What about those in the romantic union who mourn and miss their lost ties of connection with friends and community?Continue Reading
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘guilty pleasure’ before. It’s how our smart friend describes their new reality tv fix, or how our partner explains their go-to snack of popcorn with parmesan cheese.
And while this common phrase seems on the surface to be lighthearted — a way to poke fun at the things that we think are weird or tacky about ourselves — it reinforces the idea that we should feel guilty for partaking in the things that give us pleasure. It implies that we don’t really deserve the things we enjoy. Which, if you ask me, is pretty weird.
It’s not surprising, of course. We live in a society that does not encourage us to prioritize what we enjoy, what makes us feel good, what helps us recharge, and what makes us laugh. The world at large is busy, stressful, and challenging to navigate even for the luckiest of us. But we firmly believe that the best antidote for fear, anxiety, and stress is pleasure. And when we attach feelings of guilt to what we enjoy, it keeps us from being fully in our happiness. But as adrienne marie brown writes in one of my personal favorite books, Pleasure Activism: “pleasure is a measure of freedom.”Continue Reading
Short for Prostate, the P-spot is a small gland in the bodies of most penis-owners. For those that are interested in exploring, it can be found about two inches inside the rectum on the forward wall of the body.
Many have discovered in that when stimulated correctly, the prostate can also be a source of serious pleasure. Some have even achieved the elusive prostate orgasm! Because of the incredible potential of the p-spot, we carry lots of amazing toys designed specifically to stimulate the prostate, and it’s one of the most popular sections of our online store. So it’s safe to say that there are plenty of people out there discovering the pleasure of the p-spot.
And there’s even more good news for all the p-spot players out there! It turns out that there can be a lot of health benefits of prostate play as well!Continue Reading