Season 3 of the Pleasure Lab podcast: The origin story
In this first full episode of Season 3, Amy and Alex talk about the Wonder Body coloring book. They explore how it came into being (hint: it's...Read More »
First, a quick note!
Portals of Pleasure, our annual 5-day retreat, is coming up July 18-22. We still have some space in it if you feel called to join us! We also have one full scholarship left for a...Read More »
I'm thinking about the femmes of color and trans women who started the tradition of resistance, and pride. I'm thinking about butches like Stormé DeLarverie who is credited with starting the riot that...Read More »
Join Amy and Alex for an all new Season 3 of the Pleasure Lab podcast, starting in July.
We've even got a little teaser for you in this short bridge episode of the Pleasure Lab.
While Season 1 w...Read More »
Pride is a consciousness of one’s own dignity. An experience of feeling worthy, of honor and respect. Reveal and tell, a witness listens and this action expresses dignity.
In my journey to learn mo...Read More »
To me, spring seems ebullient but also fragile. This poem captured that sensation for me.
Form & Void
For him [the autistic child], everything is form.
Gl...Read More »
dr. liam “captain" snowdon - captain lives uninvited on the territory of the Lekwungen and WSÁNEĆ peoples on Vancouver Island. Their background is in social justice, harm reduction, street outreach, s...Read More »
The trees and flowers where I am are blooming blooming blooming abundantly.
May first is the cross-quarter of Beltaine, the halfway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Traditi...Read More »
Stuck in your winter cave? Had overwhelming emotions or loss? Have been physically challenged by multiple respiratory infections and the flu only to be followed by springtime allergies? Need replenish...Read More »
Sometimes it can be hard to crawl out of the cave after a long winter's hibernation.
Not only because I am stiff and undernourished, having worked through all my fat stores over the winter (oh, if ...Read More »