Sometimes the struggle is the whole point
The other day, I swiped across the off-white surface of the book I was reading. Nothing happened. I tapped harder on a single word, hoping the definition m...Read More »
During this stormy winter month, I have been pondering aliveness and eros. Not a new theme for me, yet in the uncomfortable place of change or upheaval, I move towards cultivation of aliveness.
Whe...Read More »
Pleasure Lab podcast, Season 2, Episode #10: Listen as Zed interviews Sheri Winston.
Check out more of Sheri Winston's work at Intimate Arts Center, and pick up one of her books at your local indep...Read More »
To be honest, dear beloveds, time is moving too fast for me. I have more energy, but that means I make more plans and show up more places and meet with more people, and part of me wants to crawl back ...Read More »
Things are quickening, beginning the process of change and growth, starting to stir. We take collective note through Groundhog Day and Imbolc but, sometimes, it's really hard to sense the 'readying'. ...Read More »
Now, I realize the irony of saying that from the warm, dry, safety of California. My nostalgia for all things snowy and icy may indeed be a romanticized version of the past. Have I forgotten the freez...Read More »
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Announcing: Body Trust's Patreon (P #1)!
We’ve finally done it — we launched a Patreon page! Patreon is a way for you to pledge a few (or m...Read More »
Thank you, Roz Dischiavo! Check out her work at the Institute of Sexuality and Enlightenment.
Roz also mentioned TASHRA, The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance, and her research on fa...Read More »
Winter is upon us now
No turning back this time
The great north star has made her vow
No matter what occurs on this earth
She will shine
Put your arms around me now
For this is the darkest tim...Read More »
On this day, in the first week of January, a group of meditators gathered to start our morning meditation series. On the west coast, it was still dark when we sat, on the east coast and south, folks ...Read More »