I am honored to have been asked my opinion in this piece by Johanna Lyman. Read “After Fifty Shades: Making Sense of Sex Terms” for further clarification and views on BDSM and kink. Enjoy!
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Whats your Meyers Briggs Type Indicator and How does it Affect Your Sexuality I am fascinated by Human Behavior, especially with regard to how certain personality types interact with others and in particular how they play out relationally and sexually. The Meyers Brigg standard of testing is quite popular and widely regarded. I, of course, […]
Although I am not a parent, I know many of you are. I also realize how difficult it must be to make decisions around your sexuality and parenting: How do they co-exist? Airial Clark addresses this issue and more, brava!
Usually Monika, from Sexploration with Monika, and I have a brief chat about an upcoming or current event. I really love this in depth interview because I get to speak a bit more about my work, how it’s evolving and the intersections of
Tuesday, August 28 2012 From 8:00pm to 1:00pm Presented by Eve Minax Class starts at 8:00 PM, Doors open at 7:30 PM $20.00 181 Eddy Street, San Francisco Tease and Denial is truly delightful for all involved. Advanced techniques for controlling orgasms can have a remarkable impact when sexually training your slave. Come learn how […]
Tuesday, July 10 2012 From 8:00pm to 10:00pm Presented by Eve Minax Location: SF Citadel, 181 Eddy Street, San Francisco Entry: $20 Dress: Casual For some of us, enemas are a major component of our play and even our lives, but many of us struggle to creatively incorporate enemas into a greater variety of scenes. […]
I love thinking in grey, monochromes, various colors…black and white has simply never cut it for me. That’s why I liked the title “Fifty Shades of Grey.
but of course it’s based out of the Netherlands, lol… Research for Sex Work is a publication intended for sex workers, activists, health workers, researchers, NGO staff and others.
I’m still really proud of the piece I published with Lee Harrington last year on Managing Psychic Waste. Can you guess how? xoEve
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