Saturday Sex Talk

I am so excited to announce that on this SEXY SATURDAY Sex Talk is here for a visit.

 

Last February I launched Sex Talk February with articles such as 6 Herbs for Better Sex.

Perhaps things are not happening in the bedroom the way that you desire. Maybe the flag is not fully saluted or perhaps the ladies among us are having issues with lubrication.

Let’s Talk About …Sex with Tina Nies

I so desire for you each to feel comfortable talking about sex and to feel comfortable sharing your desires.

and others.

 

It was a bit of a test run and it was so popular AND it was so fun to do (much like good sex).

I have always been super comfortable talking about sex, relationships and romance.

I feel that it should be an open topic with the shame stripped away.

We are meant to enjoy ourselves and our bodies.

If we are in a committed relationship* we might even choose to share our bodies when it “feels right.”

And so I jump right in. I will chat about these topics on Sexy Saturday with relationships, romance or sex as the topics on hand.

But I have to tell you…just like spontaneous sex can be amazing so can spontaneous posts which means that if I feel utterly excited I may just post a Frisky Friday post or a Titillating Tuesday or…. well, let’s just leave it as a surprise.

Of course, As a naturopath with a natural psychology specialty I like to keep things extra interesting. Consequently, I am  excited to utilize my 25+ years of natural health, mental health, emotional health and social health experience to speak to  all aspects of living an inspired life. You can still look forward to food tips, recipes, natural healing info, family outings, restaurant reviews, product picks and so much more.

Life is diverse, so why shouldn’t my blog be?

 

*For the purposes of all talk about sexual acts on this blog or any media appearances we shall from this point forward assume that I’m referring to committed relationships. This is because I am not too keen on casual sex. I mean, if an itch needs to be scratched then just scratch it yourself.

 



Author: Dr. Elise Cohen Ho
With over 25 years of experience, Elise Cohen Ho, PhD, HHP, NC, MH is an expert in natural health (mental, physical and emotional), support of the family unit and support of the individual. As a Natural Health & Lifestyle Therapist, Amazon International Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker, she wants every person to understand that they bring incredible POWER to the world with their amazing and unique gifts. Elise is available as a freelance writer, public speaker and for private consultation. Please email elise@elisecohenho.com to set up a FREE consultation today.

10 Comments

  • Dr. Elise,

    I love that you are sharing some valuable tips and herbs for enjoying better sex, but as a sex therapist I do have to take issue with your final comment. Maybe you have had the good fortune or the foresight to choose a wonderful man as a partner who is committed to sharing your life with you. Many men and women are not so fortunate. They may have come from a more dysfunctional family and have chosen less wisely. Or, maybe they had a perfect partner who left them. Not everyone wants to be alone for months, years and decades. People have a need and desire for affection, contact, loving feelings and yes, sex, even if not in a committed relationship. So it is not so simple to say “if you have an itch, scratch it yourself.'” Many relationships will not ever get to the level of commitment without engaging in sexual contact at some point.

    Dr. Erica

    • Dr. Erica –

      Your viewpoint is interesting and may apply to some, yet I stand by my opinion regarding not being a fan of casual sex and what I stated about committed relationships. Now, of course, everyone has a different perspective on what exactly constitutes a committed relationship.

      It is my opinion that a person should not engage in casual sex because one has an itch, but to be considerate and be responsible before having sex or taking care of itch. It is also my opinion that committed relationships that have worth do not begin with a bedroom test drive. Even friends-with-benefits sex is conducted within the definition of a committed relationship as they have a committed friendship.

      The definition of casual sex: “ca·su·al sex, noun, Sexual activity between people who are not established sexual partners or do not know each other well.”

      Thank you again for your comment.

      ~ Dr. Elise
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  • Hi Dr. Elise,

    If an itch needs scratching…funny! So happens I agree.

    Very entertaining (and insightful) post. Really appreciated the revelations of your attitudes about life. Looking forward to ‘Sexy Saturday’, ‘Tasty Thursday’ and ”Modest Monday’…
    Thank you,
    Edward
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  • I’m really looking forward to reading more from you, especially since you’re writing from a relationship perspective. It will be interesting to compare notes! I can certainly appreciate your openness and willingness to talk about what some might consider to be a taboo topic! Will be coming back often 🙂
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  • Henry Ho

    Special days should be set aside for that special someone to enjoy, relate and just to spend quality time with each other.

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