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Healing Shame and Sexual Repression

By Helena Nista, WASC Member, Sexpert, and Tantra Practitioner As a sex coach, one of the issues that my clients mention most often in my sessions is lack of sexual satisfaction. This is usually due to religious upbringing, wounds and blocks around sex, and deeply embedded shame and guilt around our erotic desires. I hear it […]

Lubrication for Men

By Rebecca Mattas, BA, CSC, World Association of Sex Coaches Certified Sex Coach You may have heard lube is only for women, maybe even just older women, but I am here to tell you that lube is for everyone! Many men ask me numerous times a week, how can I last longer? Granted, there are […]

Sex and the Boomer Legacy

By Corinne Farago, World Association of Sex Coaches Allied Sexuality Professional If you’re reading this and you were born between the mid-1940s and the early 1960s, you are formally an aging boomer. Congratulations! Let me ask you a question: Do you view aging as a curse or a privilege; an approaching end to your book of […]

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Sex Life

by Lucy Rowett, World Association of Sex Coaches Certified Sex Coach and Clinical Sexologist At the turning of the year, we start to set intentions for the year ahead. We set goals for our health, home, career, relationships and of course, a bucket list. We can use tools like vision boards, mantras, meditation, dancing, or just […]

Constructing A Culture of Consent

by Leigh Montavon, World Association of Sex Coaches Certified Sex Coach My introduction to consent was probably similar to yours: No Means No. It’s short, it’s catchy, and it’s common sense. But it is about as applicable to real-life sexual situations as Just Say No is to drugs – it might be a good starting point, […]

Your Holiday Sex Survival Guide

by Stacey Perll, World Association of Sex Coaches Certified Sex Coach When it comes to holidays – Christmas, New Years Eve, Valentine’s Day or July 4th – people often have mixed and conflicting feelings about them. Society and culture inform us that holidays should be filled with holiday “cheer”. Many commercials (especially around Thanksgiving and Christmas) show […]

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