The pivot point of equinox has passed, the nights are getting longer and temperatures are cooler. I anticipate a season of curiosity and reflection. And time for illuminating awareness and playing ...Read More »
Hello beloveds —
Alex & I are doing an energy & BDSM focused workshop, Entering the Long Night, in Seattle in December, and you're invited.
It's all gender, all orientations, clothing optional. It's...Read More »
Season 3 of the Pleasure Lab podcast: The Sense of Taste
In this third full episode of Season 3, Amy and Alex talk about the sense of Taste. One of the big 5 sense, we often take this one for granted...Read More »
I am grateful for the abundance of living vegetation in my neighbor.
I asked my friend, who is an arborist, “What happens to the plants and trees when there is smoke from the fire in the air?”
He re...Read More »
A baker's dozen writers come together to explore the idea of what it is to be adventuring in a body: what is it to connect with others? What is it to experience intense sensation? What is it to transf...Read More »
Smoke from the fires is what we hear on the news. According to the agency monitoring Washington State air quality, the last four days Seattle has had “Unhealthy” air quality. A step away from “Hazardo...Read More »
Season 3 of the Pleasure Lab podcast: The Sense of Proprioception
In this second full episode of Season 3, Amy and Alex talk about the sense of Proprioception. How do you know where your body is in s...Read More »
It's harvest time, so of course here's the obligatory golden field of wheat photo. I've definitely noticed more corn around, and the bigger, thicker squashes in people's urban gardens (so envious, my ...Read More »
Components of combustion
What does it take to safely light things up?
com·bus·tion - kəmˈbəsCH(ə)n/
an act or instance of burning
a usually rapid chemical process (such as oxidatio...Read More »
I spent some weeks in British Columbia earlier this month and, as result, been thinking alot about bread. They eat 'alot' of it here, or at least 'alot' by my standards. Now mind you, I love bread. An...Read More »