One would think that the world of sex therapy is pretty mundane since there’s nothing new under the sun. Same old hang-ups, same old bang-ups. One would be wrong. The world is constantly changing. Should you introduce your special needs child to sex at some point in their life, if ever? This question came to […]
This is not an article about watersports or “golden showers” though golden energy can make you wet. Many years ago, I had a lover who had mastered the nuances of energy exchange during sex. She had a way of making each act of union a sacred event, a rite in itself but not a ritual. […]
Author Peggy Orenstein was a guest on NPR’s Fresh Air recently, discussing her new book Girls & Sex. The last paragraph in the synopsis on NPR’s Website really rang a bell for me. The topic was virginity. After running through a list of possibilities, one young woman had concluded that females lose their virginity when […]
Every once in a while one encounters a person who is truly introspective of themselves and others.
© By Fred Reynolds, 12-19-2014 Of all the formative influences in my youth, one the most memorable was the discovery of the “Rumpus Room” – that special studio in a house where the art of sex is perfected. The first one I encountered belonged to a neighborhood couple. (Sorry, Kip, for breaking my promise not […]
What guy doesn’t want luscious women coming to him without thought of their state of dress or drunkenness or vulnerability, blindly trusting that their hearts, minds, and virtue are implicitly safe in his protective embrace?
© Fred Reynolds, 12-01-14 Memories of growing up in southeast Texas are punctuated by heavy rain falling from oppressive clouds of abject boredom. The new indoor shopping mall in town was a welcome respite from both. It was the summer of 1976; I was 12, a few months shy of 13, but I looked much […]