Magical Period Sex … How To Make It Amazing Every Day Of The Month

Magical Period Sex … How To Make It Amazing Every Day Of The Month

I feel like there’s a lot of myths and stigma surrounding period sex that I‘m ready to bust.

Firstly, I’m sick and tired of seeing people’s faces screw up when the topic of periods and sex are brought up in conversation.

Seriously, it’s time to open up to the possibility that there’s SO much more to period sex than just a traditional penetrative fu*k. Time to get over your period phobia.

So, if this sounds like you, and you’re one of those who feels a little ‘icked’ out at the thought of it (or you have a lover who is), here’s a few reasons as to why it’s time to change your tone and embrace magical period sex once and for all.

Embrace the fact that periods are a very normal, natural and beautiful part of life

Menstruation is a right of passage … it’s a beautiful sacred time of each month.

Bleeding on a monthly basis means that our bodies are healthy and cleansing … bleeding is so normal, natural and pure.

If you’re ready to honour love in their entirety, you must honour every little piece of them, even if that includes blood.

Think of period sex as an opportunity to think outside the box sexually.

The options are endless when it comes to fu*cking your lover when they bleeding.

If you’re not ready for traditional penetrative sex, here’s some alternatives to consider:

  • Kissing for hours on end. Yes, JUST kissing can lead to orgasm and deep pleasure.
  • Energetically fucking with tantric breathing and eye gazing … welcome to the world of energetic orgasm … mind blowing
  • Cunnilingus (get over your fear and go down below with a tampon in … because the tampon contains all the blood the pussy will be super clean and it’s a extremely intimate form of oral sex)
  • A bit of fellatio (no explanation necessary, right? Worship your both cock and pussy)
  • Anal play (leading into anal sex if you’re both keen to go there … because let’s face it, anal sex is the perfect alternative if that’s your thing)
  • Mutual masturbation – both self pleasuring next to each other, or watching each other from across the room (this is a personal favourite)

Get dirty and just get to it, you have nothing to lose

If you’re ready to dive in deep and embrace traditional penetrative period sex in it’s entirety, here’s a few simple ways you can make it an enjoyable experience:

  • Jump in the shower. F*ck in the shower and the water will naturally wash away the blood.
  • Use towels – place a couple of towels on the bed (or wherever you choose to have sex) and minimise post-sex clean up
  • Embrace the blood. Yep, that’s right, the reality is you are going to SEE blood, embrace it, it’s ok and it’s natural.

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3 Signs You’re A Sexually Empowered Being

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Becoming a sexually empowered being isn’t always a smooth ride…in fact for many of us it can be painful and challenging and it takes a brave person to move through the journey with confidence and courage.

Feeling sexually empowered is a unique experience and feeling for each individual…for some it may be about power and strength, for others it may be about vulnerability and love.

So, what are the signs of a sexually empowered being?

Sign #1 You are confident within yourself

Confident people are sexy.

Those who are confident with who they are and what they love are a pleasure to be around.

Those who are confident in all areas of their life are more often than not, confident when enjoying sex.

Feeling confident is an essential ingredient to feeling empowered sexually.

Lovers who are confident are a pleasure to f*ck.

Sign #2 You are open to self-development

Self-development is a key ingredient to feeling empowered.

Those who have the courage and wisdom to search within and deal with their shadows are brave.

Brave people face what it is that’s holding them back from being the best version of themselves and move through life feeling lighter, brighter and energised.

Don’t be afraid to face the scary stuff that moves within you and heal old wounds that hold you back from opening wide to sex and intimacy.

Sign #3 You accept and adore your body

Sexually empowered beings look after their body and learn to love and adore it just the way it is.

Our body is what contains our soul…sexually empowered beings respect and love their skin, their genitals and their minds. Sexually empowered beings worship their body as they would worship a lover.

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A Guide To Worshipping The Penis

Vavven Worshipping The Penis Juliet Allen

Worshipping the penis…

There are some who view the penis as nothing more than a protruding long tool that is used with little sensitivity or thought … these people often feel resentment towards cock and can’t bare the thought of wrapping their mouth around it.

And then there are those who view the penis with adoration and love … who see it as a pure pleasure wand of light and sensuality, and invite it into their sacred space just as they would invite a God into their temple.

Are you ready to take your worship of cock to a whole new level? Are you ready to give your cock owner the love and adoration that they deserves? If you are, here’s a few ways you can embrace the beauty of your partner’s most prized possession:

Complement The Penis

Shower your partner with genuine, loving compliments about their penis. Tell them what you love about it … go out of your way to give them compliments.

Next time they are at work, send them a message telling them just one thing you love about their cock.

Next time you begin undressing them, touch their cock with love and stroke it whilst telling them how fu*cking hot their cock is.

Remember, be honest and sincere, only say things you truly mean and speak from your heart.

Receive it with love, whether that be in your pussy, mouth or ass

Adore it, touch it, caress it, lick it, kiss it, feel it in your mouth … worship their cock like a temple and, when you’re ready, receive it fully, allowing every inch to enter you with complete love and adoration.

Give your partner a lingam massage

Every penis loves having a good massaged.

Firstly, make sure your partner is comfortable and communicate to them that this is about their pleasure and that they have permission to just relax and enjoy.

Using organic coconut oil and warm hands, begin slowly with gently strokes and caresses.

Begin slowly, very slowly, make it last. Savour every single moment.

Don’t rush.

Stroke your partners perineum (the area between their balls and anus).

Ask what they enjoy.

Listen to their breathing and sounds.

Connect with your partners lingam with your heart.

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Honouring Your Vagina Begins With Self Pleasure

Vavven Vagina Self Pleasure Juliet Allen

Honouring your vagina begins with self pleasure, so it’s time to redefine how we think and feel about our vagina’s.

The vagina (aka pussy, cunt, vulva etc) is often overlooked and misunderstood and definitely, in my opinion, not given the attention and love that it deserves.

“Our pussy is like a flower.”

It’s time to honour our vagina’s and treat them like the divine and exquisite temple that they are, allowing only amazing energy and love to enter our sacred space.

All too often we don’t give our pussy the love that it needs and deserves.

When we neglect our pussy it overflows into us not enjoying our sexuality in it’s fullness, and we definitely don’t reap the full benefit and pleasure of sex and love-making with others.

I know some of you out there honour Pussy like the God it is … but I also know that many of you don’t, and it’s time to change your ways.

Our pussy is like a flower (cliche, yes, but true) and for us to open our flower to you, you must meet us with a view that you are entering a sacred temple space.

You must also bring in healthy presence and a deep honouring of us in order for us to completely surrender to your touch and to your sexual energy.

“You must honour your pussy yourself.”

When our pussy feels honoured and a space is created for us to surrender, we will open creating deeper pleasure and increased capacity to experience deeper ecstasy and orgasm.

Before you begin manifesting lovers into your life who honour your temple, you must honour your pussy yourself.

Take time to explore your pussy, massage it, connect with it and give it what it wants and needs.

Begin an intimate and loving relationship with your pussy on a daily basis and feel what it truly desires.

When you can do that for yourself, you will then begin to notice your lovers will open to that energy, and in turn honour your temple in a new and more profound way.

Suggestions

78% of cis women who use sex toys report being in a relationship, getting to know your vagina may be something you do by yourself to kick it off, or it could be a wonderful journey with your special other(s). These suggestions are a great starting place for connection.

Enjoy the journey.

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How To Create Space For Fresh Sexual Energy by Juliet Allen

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Our body is a temple for sexual energy and so is the home that we live in. With this in mind, it’s important that we create space within our house so that sexual energy can flow freely.

Have you ever walked into someone’s home and felt a yucky energy?

Most of us have experienced this at some stage and let’s face it, that kind of energy isn’t associated with amazing sexual pleasure.

Imagine if there’s dirty energy in our home and we bring a new lover into the space … this can definitely impact negatively on the intimacy and sex with that lover.

So what are the key elements of a clear, energetic, sexy space? And how do we create that? Here are three practical ways you can create space for sex in your house today:

Tip #1 Sage your home

Sage is used to burn away bad energy and spirits and clear the way for new energy to be birthed.

Purchase a sage stick at your local health food store and light it using a candle.

While the sage is burning walk around your home with the stick and allow the smoke to gently cleanse the energy in each room.

Tip #2 Sleep in beautiful sheets

We spend hours and hours in bed … so we may as well sleep in great quality bed sheets.

Visit your local homeware store and buy the best quality sheets you can buy … don’t be afraid to spend money on such luxury!

Great quality sheets encourage great quality sex.

Tip #3 Clear clutter and throw out stuff you don’t use

Cluttered house = cluttered head.

Spring clean your home today and throw out stuff that you don’t use.

Clear the energy in your home by clearing out items of clothing, kitchen utensils, bed linen, books etc that no longer serve you.

Cleaning clutter allows for new energy to flow into your home and creates space for new sexual energy to arrive.

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Food and Sex

Vavven Food and Sex

Food and sex, we’re either talking about them, doing them, or thinking about doing them.

It’s a topic of discussion amongst the young and old and yet, more often than not, a lot of us struggle with actually having enough energy throughout the day to enjoy intimacy & sex with our partners or, dare I say, with ourselves.

There are many factors that need to be considered when thinking about our drive for sex, but for now let’s look at how adding superfoods into your diet can up your libido and zest for life.

Maca Root

Known as ‘Nature’s Viagra’, Maca is renowned for increasing sex drive and fertility.

Maca is a simple, natural and nutritionally rich superfood found in Peru.

Traditionally it’s used as a folk remedy to increase stamina, energy, sexual function and libido.

The benefits of Maca are endless, but some of the main ones to keep in mind are:

  • enhancement of libido (sex drive)
  • stimulates fertility
  • increases testosterone levels (keep in mind those of us with higher levels of testosterone often have a higher sex drive)
  • helps fight against erectile dysfunctions and impotency
  • increases vaginal lubrication…

let’s face it, it’s a WIN WIN with Maca.

Mix it into yoghurt, smoothies, baking, raw chocolate & salad dressings, or take Maca capsules.

Goji Berries

Goji Berries are known as a strong sexual tonic.

Goji berries increase testosterone levels, improve overall stamina, mood and wellbeing, all of which are vital for an optimum sex life.

Chuck them in salads, on your cereal, smoothies or sprinkled on yoghurt.

Bee Pollen

Bee pollen has every vitamin, mineral, amino acid, antioxidant and other trace element known to us.

In Chinese Medicine, pollen is considered an energy and nutritive tonic with cultures from all over the world using it for a number of different reasons.

Some of the main ways it can benefit you sexually are: improves endurance and vitality, is a potent aphrodisiac, improves fertility, boosts libido and enhances sexual pleasure.

Sprinkle over your cereal, yoghurt, smoothies, ice-cream, or simple consume a teaspoon a day!

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds contain Zinc, which is important in testosterone production and helps sustain sexual desire.

They’re also high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are the precursors of prostaglandins.

Prostaglandins are hormone-like substances that play a key role in sexual desire and sexual health.

Word on the street is that chucking a few pumpkin seeds into your diet will enhance potency, sex drive and fertility.

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4 Communication Tips That Will Change Your Sex Life Instantly

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We all know that great communication is the key to a great sex life, but the fact is, communicating about sex is easier said than done.

The topic of sex often feels awkward to bring up, plus it may trigger emotions within us that can leave us feeling vulnerable and raw.

So, how do we feel more comfortable talking about sex? And what’s the best way to bring it up with our partner?

Communication Tip #1 Get clear on your belief system surrounding sex

If you’re committed to a great sex life, it’s important that you explore what your values and beliefs are surrounding the topic of sex.

I recommend journaling about this and getting really clear on how you feel about it and what you want your sex life to look like.

When you have clarity around your views it’s easier to communicate them to your partner.

Communication Tip #2 Find someone outside your relationship to talk to you about sex

Sex is still somewhat taboo and this means that many of us keep quiet and don’t talk to anyone about it (let alone our partners).

If you want to feel more comfortable talking about sex, I recommend you find a sex coach or therapist to bounce ideas off and chat to.

This gives you a healthy, non-judgmental outlet to vent.

Communication Tip #3 Be open to listening and respecting the views of your partner

Stop thinking that you are ‘right’ and your partner is ‘wrong’.

You both have different views and experiences of sex, be open to listening to your partner and respecting what they say and how they feel.

Communication Tip #4 Feel confident in who you are sexually and what you stand for

Confidence is sexy!

Don’t hold back in embracing yourself as a sexual being and this will shine through in your communication.

Identify if you feel any shame and guilt around sex (most of us do) and do your best to deal with that (again, find a sex coach).

Once you’ve dealt with the guilt and shame you will feel more confident and able to embrace your true sexual nature.

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Sexual health is about more than just safe sex

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Sexual health is not just about safe sex, it’s about the complete package.

Regular, healthy sex is fun and pleasurable and creates a unique opportunity to experience intimacy and connection with your sexual partner.

Sex is also very good for your physical and mental health and wellbeing.

The benefits are endless, so I’ve put together a list of my top favourites.

Next time you choose watching TV over jumping under the covers with your partner, think again and refresh your memory as to why sex is essential for your overall health and happiness.

Regular Exercise

The most basic health benefit of sex is regular exercise.

Sex counts as cardio!

That’s right, a sex session can burn up to 250 calories, depending on the length of the session.

Regular exercise leads to lower blood pressure and is a great workout for your abs, buttocks, muscles in your back and thighs.

I can’t think of a better excuse to skip my morning walk and work up a sweat in bed.

A Healthy, Youthful Glow

Sex does wonders for the complexion and naturally creates a healthy post-sex glow.

Rumour also has it that people who enjoy regular healthy sex appear 10 times younger than their actual age!

Regular sex promotes the release of testosterone and oestrogen, both of these hormones keep the body looking, and feeling, younger and more vibrant.

Stress Less

During sex, a bunch of oxytocin and endorphins are released into your brain – these are the feel-good hormones that activate pleasure and create feelings of intimacy and relaxation.

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of post-sex bliss that floods your body whilst resting after a great sex session. Soak up those feelings and take them into the rest of your day.

Confidence Boost

Sex is quite possibly the best way to boost your confidence and feel fabulous.

Desiring another, and feeling desired by your partner, is a sure fire way to feel fabulous.

Great sex is empowering and pleasuring your partner is an amazing feeling.

Better Sleep

Orgasm is quite possibly the best way to lull yourself to sleep.

During orgasm, the hormone prolactin is released into the brain. Research shows that prolactin levels are higher during sleep, which could suggest a strong relationship between the two.

On the other hand, a wild sex session may have the opposite effect and your energy may be boosted after sex.

Either way there’s nothing wrong with a high-energy sex session to end the day.

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Sensual Self-Care Rituals That Change The Way You Love Your Body

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Self care really is vital if we want to feel amazing and sensual on a daily basis. If we want to love others and allow others to experience our sensuality, then we have to start at the source and love your body… this means taking care of our own personal health (mental, physical and spiritual).

Self care rituals are personal and unique and we all like to do different stuff to make ourselves feeling fantastic.

Here are 3 self-care rituals that are easy to incorporate into our weekly routine and are guaranteed to boost our sensuality meters:

Self Care Ritual #1 Full body coconut oil moisture massage

Firstly you will need to have some organic coconut oil ready to go.

Get naked and take small amounts of coconut oil in your hand (if it’s solid, it will melt quickly with the warmth of your palm) and begin rubbing the oil all over your body.

Take time to really enjoy the experience and don’t miss a spot. Once you are covered in oil jump in a hot bath or shower and rinse of the residue.

The oil will make your skin feel silky smooth and soft. This is a great ritual to do before self-pleasure.

Self Care Ritual #2 Take yourself to a bathhouse or day spa

Find your local bath house and spend an hour indulging in the sauna, spa, plunge pool and steam room.

Spending time in a sanctuary like this is great for the soul, not to mention the physical benefits of sweating out toxins.

If you can’t find a bath house, find a day spa where you can indulge in a massage or facial.

Being pampered by others is a beautiful gift to yourself.

Self Care Ritual #3 Buy your favourite chocolate, find a movie on netflix and chill the hell out

We often underestimate how great it can feel to eat some choccie, get cosy on the couch and binge on a great tv series or movie.

Many of us feel ‘guilty’ doing ‘nothing’ but reality is most of us need time to zone out and eat our favourite chocolate.

Let go of the need to be doing something sensual and just chill out…you may find that simply taking time to do this is just what you need.

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Sex Toys For Beginners: Your Vulva

Sex Toys For Beginners Your Vulva

A Guide to Sex Toys For Beginners: How To Choose The Perfect Sex Toy For Your Vulva

Sex toys are all over the internet, literally at our fingertips if we want them … but how the hell do we pick the ‘right’ one out of the plethora of options online?

To help out I’ve come up with a few things to consider if you’re thinking of purchasing your very first sex toy, but don’t know where to start.

Let’s face it, there’s a toy for everything and everyone; vibrators, dildos, butt plugs, bullets, double enders … you name it, it’s out there.

You may find that you look at some products and wonder what the hell they are for?!

Don’t stress,

even I get confused with the look of some toys, and I’ve been a sexologist for years!

If it’s your first time and you feel overwhelmed, I recommend asking yourself some questions …

Do you want the toy just to stimulate your clit? Or do you want something to penetrate your vagina too?

If you just want clit stimulation, go with a small bullet.

If you want vaginal penetration, get a dildo or vibrator … if you want both at the same time (yes, you can have both at the same time!), then I recommend a ‘rabbit’ style vibrator.

Or, if you have a bullet and vibrator then don’t be afraid to use both simultaneously.

“Explore your toy like you would explore a new lover!” Juliet Allen

Choosing the ‘right’ sex toy may mean that you go through a couple of toys until you find the right one for you (kinda like lovers).

When you receive your toy in the mail (don’t worry, all online companies make the packaging VERY discreet, so your flat mate won’t know what it is!) give it a good wash in warm soapy water before using it, and make sure you have a water based lubricant as well.

Explore your toy like you would explore a new lover!

Take your time and remember that self-pleasure is a healthy and fun part of life and that sex toys are the perfect accompaniment a self-pleasure session.

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