Body shame. Slut shaming. Penis shame. Pussy shame. Let’s talk about breaking through shame to enjoy sex and intimacy.
Videos For Overcoming Sexual Shame
Explore the effects of religious shame, how to break free from body shame, and how to build sexual confidence.
Body Shame: The Lies We Are Told by Religion And Society
The world is starting to feel like a dangerous place to have a body. We need to speak openly about body shame, why it’s happening, and what YOU can do to change the culture of body shame!
Pussy Shame: Am I Normal?
Worried about not reaching orgasm? Concerned about the appearance of your vulva? Troubleshoot your pussy concerns here.
Does My Pussy Look Normal?
Does my pussy look normal? Questions about vulva appearance are common. In short - yes, you’re normal!
Is My Cock Smaller Than Average? And Other Penis Concerns
Concerned about premature ejaculation? Worried about erectile dysfunction? Troubleshoot common cock concerns here.
Shame Facts: Did You Know?
Whether you have sex all the time, sometimes, or never is all good. There’s no shame in how often you do or don’t get down.
It can be hard to unlearn body shame, but letting go of it and loving your hot bod just as it is can lead to even better sex.
Products to make your pussy smell “good” imply its natural scent is shameful. It’s not. Pussies shouldn’t smell like roses.
Slut-shaming can make you feel bad simply for enjoying sex. Let’s instead celebrate our sexual adventures.
Sexual fetishes are complicated. While they can be fun, it’s also not uncommon to feel shame about having a fetish.
Small penis shame is a huge thing. 45% of people with penises wish their penis was bigger.
We are constantly inundated with societal, religious, and cultural messages of how we should and shouldn’t look and act. When we are different from what society has deemed “normal,” we experience shame —a feeling of distress, humiliation, or being negatively judged. This can especially apply to the way we feel about our bodies and having sex, as we are often told sex for pleasure is shameful. Turning away from slut-shaming, however, and instead touting sex and body positivity is the antidote to shame and the key to pleasure and connection.
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Masturbation shame, porn shame, lube shame, body shame and more. Explore sexual shame and how to move through it.