We believe that being comfortable with your own sexuality and body can be an incredibly empowering feeling. As the stigma around talking openly about sex and porn viewing gradually wears off, there is till a long road to develop a more tolerant and realistic understanding of human sexuality. Here we share the tip of our journey diving into the world of sex. Hope you find answers to the questions many of us are curious about but too scared to ask.
We gathered some of the best sex, relationships and body positive literature, podcasts, blogs, online channels, talks for you to explore. Hope some of the resources become your sexual spirit guide. All that you can find in the links below:
We have compiled some of the most interesting talks given surrounding the theme of sexuality, gender. etc. Topics you probably didn't learn in sex education. such as: open relationship, desire, infidelity, human evolution. Some of the experts are scientists, sex educators, authors.
Look to the reading list for the can’t-miss books on the subject of sexuality, feminism. Whether they impart new information, help you work through an issue, inspire you to become more adventurous or simply turn you on. Also, there is a selection of the good old "how-to" books.
Some of the questions featured in the selected podcasts lead to some thought-provoking answers, and an important, larger conversation. Listening to podcasts is one of the best ways nowadays to dipping your toes into more sexually adventurous waters, anytime, anywhere.
The World Wide Web can be an overwhelming place to look for quality sexuality related information. We did the hard work and are offering a low down of the best sites out there fomenting the theme.
In this section you can find some of the articles that sustain similar views on sexuality as what we believe in. Some others, albeit we don't agree on its entire content, offer some great food for thoughts we are still digesting.
Taking time to read sex zines can open up new worlds and ideas. It’s a great place to learn how other people experience their bodies and sexualities.