self advice, Self Love Diaries, Sex and Sexuality, Women, Written while Stoned

501: Let’s Talk About Sex

When I was about five or six years old, I heard this song for the very first time. I played it over and over again on a machine called a tape deck, and I got away with playing it at least four times before my mom realized what the lyrics were. It was one of… Continue reading 501: Let’s Talk About Sex

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I Am Not Religious…It’s A Spiritual Thing

Sex has always been a huge part of my life. Specifically violent abusive sex, commonly referred to as "rape". When I was growing up in Calgary, as a Catholic, I was taught that sex was supposed to be saved until after marriage. Being that I spent so much of my life being raped, I gave… Continue reading I Am Not Religious…It’s A Spiritual Thing

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Coming Out Of The Closet

It's no secret that I am bisexual, but this is the first time I've written about it on my blog. Largely because it's been nice to sail under the radar all these years, it's been nice to say "yup I fight for you, I respect your right to be LGBTQ" without having to admit that… Continue reading Coming Out Of The Closet

Letters, Letters from Siddha, Sex and Sexuality, Spirituality, Written while Stoned

Sex After Abuse Takes More Work

It's a shift in the way we are as human beings. Prior to being abused we were open with who we were. We were freer, maybe we wore dresses or shorts. Maybe we felt comfortable in our sexuality and our sensuality. After abuse we become something different, a hybrid version of ourselves, somewhat kind of… Continue reading Sex After Abuse Takes More Work

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Consent and How To Talk About It

It's a conversation people did not have for centuries, the idea of having a conversation about consent was actually taboo. It just wasn't something that we were taught we were allowed to discuss. It's only been in the last fifteen years or so that human beings have been having open and honest conversations about consent… Continue reading Consent and How To Talk About It