Good Vibrations’ Post-Baby Sex Survival Night Mommy Deserves a Playdate and Needs a Time-Out! Good Vibrations is hosting a fun after-hours mixer for moms who want to learn how to put the spice back in their sex lives. Staff sexologist and renowned author/expert, Dr. Carol Queen tells the straight truth about sex after kids, including
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Is morning time a sexy time for you? It can be a great way to get the day started on the right foot. Or on your back, hands and knees, or however you like to do it. Just about the only thing that’ll put you as good a mood is getting a jump on your
When people typically hear about South By Southwest, they instantly think music festival. Which it is, certainly- there’s a massive week-long orgy of musical madness in Austin. But before that, there’s also SXSW Interactive, Film, and Education, three areas that have been seeing the slow but steady increase of panel proposals around the intersection of
Cancer survivors and their partners often have a lot of questions about sex. Finding ways to stay connected with each other and maintain intimacy can be difficult when there’s so much else to deal with. As part of the Sex Speaker Series at the Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality, I’ll be
National Masturbation Month is one of our favorite times here at Good Vibrations. And what better way to celebrate it than to raise money for the Center for Sex and Culture? CSC is an amazing organization. Carol Queen & Robert Lawrence have created a venue for all sorts of sexuality events, community groups, and performances.
I got this in my email and wanted to pass it along. Be sure to check out the video at the bottom, and for more info about the presenter, check out this site. Diane Torr weekend workshop – Man for a Day Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20, 10am-6pm At the Center for Sex
The folks who run Folsom St. Fair just released the poster for this year’s event, and it’s thought-provoking and inspiring. They’ve always had amazingly sexy posters, but it’s really fun to see something that makes me stop and think about the message. According to an interview at the Bay Area Reporter’ site: Demetri Moshoyannis, Folsom Street’s executive
With all of the news and controversy around condoms and porn, it’s refreshing to see someone bringing real information to the discussion. Dr. Chauntelle Anne Tibbals has been talking and working with porn performers and she brings a much better understanding of the issues they face and the concerns they have than most of the media
This last weekend, I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at MOMENTUM: Making Waves in Sexuality, Feminism, and Relationships. It was easily the best sexuality conference I’ve ever been to and I’m still smiling from it. There were a lot of reasons I enjoyed it so much, but I think the biggest one is the
We’re just two weeks away from Momentum, which promises to be an amazing event. The organizers have gathered some really amazing speakers, including Dr. Joycelyn Elders (who I was fortunate enough to hear speak at the 2011 conference for the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex). I’m also looking forward to seeing Lynn Comella, Jaclyn Friedman, Dr.