Mindful Sexuality

Most discussions of sex don’t go deep enough – or wide enough, for that matter.

Intelligent, sensitive people tend to experience sex in a deep way. That might mean they’ve got extra pain and trauma, extra capacity for pleasure, or a mixture of both.

Often they’ve thought a lot about the deep effects this part of life can have on themselves and others. Sometimes they don’t think about it at all because it’s just too much.

I’m writing for you. Sex that’s spiritual, that’s powerful, that’s painful, that’s transformative. Sex and culture, sex and your history, sex and your core. I call it all “mindful sexuality.” It’s not the perfect descriptor, but it works better than many.

Mirrorhaven’s Articles on Mindful Sexuality:

How to Rock Feminine-Masculine Polarity in a Queer-Friendly Way – Four ways to start with polarity. That don’t blindly parrot traditional gender roles.

Let’s Talk about Love – My experiences as a feminine person trying to make sense of that femininity.

Deepening an Existing Relationship while Beginning a New One – How my husband and I maintain and strengthenĀ our connection when one of us begins dating someone else.