Sex is one of the purest expressions of intimacy there is, but there is often quite a gap between what most people genuinely long for sexually in their relationships and what they actually experience. It can create a great deal of suffering, disappointment, resentments and other unpleasant emotions.
Sex and intimacy are two different things, and this "gap" that forms in many relationships, is really just the loss of intimacy. True intimacy requires vulnerability, honesty, communication and trust. If those elements start to fade, intimacy is lost and sex can become a routine chore rather than a passionate experience.
Come out for this fun, safe and very open discussion about what it means to have a SEXUAL Connection.
Each of us is sexually unique. We all have complicated personalities and highly individual preferences.
Put two unique individuals together, and the sexual differences may often be as wide apart as the Grand Canyon.
But with all due respect to individuality, it shouldn’t be terribly difficult to enjoy great sex. All we need is a reasonably functional relationship and awareness of some fundamental ingredients.
During this event, we will focus on the three most important elements, three keys - one organ, one action, one feeling - that are the keys to us both developing and maintaining the sexual experience that we want from our relationship.
We may be “good” in bed, but how much do you really know about sex? Not the stuff that gets discussed every day, but the small details, the nuts and bolts of it all, how much of that do we know about that?
What do you know about positions, lengths, nerve endings, and so much more?
How about STIs, fetishes, locations?
There is foreplay, after-play, fantasies, toys, and so much more.
This event will explore a wide variety of topics, and is geared to people who can talk about sex openly.
Pornography is everywhere. It used to be something that we had to go and look for. Today, it's not only easy, affordable, and anonymous, it's as graphic as we can imagine, and as varied as our wildest dreams.
But at what price? Porn impacts our brains, our lifestyles, and our relationships in ways that many of us might never have thought, both good and bad!
Porn can have a positive impact on a relationship, but more often than not, the effects are COUNTERPRODUCTIVE to what we really want and need both personally and in our relationships.
We will address this topic “candidly,” so please attend with an open mind and with the understanding that we all have different standards when it come to sex and relationships.
It’s not hard to imagine that many of us are not aware of what we are really looking for in bed, especially when we get most of our sex information from watching sex online, social media, or friends who are getting most of their information from what they watch or read on the internet.
What we are all really looking for is connection. A mental and emotional connection in addition to the physical connection.
What we want and need all of the mental factors that allow us to be authentic, sincere and open to a complete sexual experience.
Foreplay is not what many think it is. It's not the 20 minutes before sex. It can be subtle or overt. It can be a wink from across a room or scented candles around the bathtub.
It might be doing the dishes for your partner, being excited to watch the game, or dressing up for the night out, or mowing the lawn. It can be flirty texts during the day or a well-timed compliment.
Foreplay is the ongoing connection between two people. It really never stops. It's 24 hours a day. There is a lot more involved than physical alone!
With this event, we'll recognize whether or not our partner and I practice real foreplay.