The Yoni Empire Blog
This is an excerpt of my interview with Onna Lifestyle pleasure brand where I shared the secret to long-term sexual desire within committed relationships. We spoke in detail about why sexual desire seems to fade with time and what we can do about it.
I love reading books written for men. They give me a fantastic insight into the world of male sexuality. These are the works I recommend to all my guy friends and male acquaintances whether they would like to self develop or improve their romantic relationships.
As a sexuality coach, I talk with hundreds of women each year about their sexual struggles, desire and habits. Many come to me having wasted their time and money on services and products which reaped little improvement to their sex lives or their sexual self-esteem.
I invite my female clients to be smarter with their finances and invest in products/services which bring positive change to their love life. We can spend years investing in new sex toys, pussy creams and sexy lingerie only to be disappointed in our sexual relationships over and over again.
Sexual trauma has many faces ranging from inability to orgasm, mistrust for the sexual partners, or severe emotional stress. It can show up as physiological ailments or express itself as subtle emotional stress. Trauma can develop from something as muted as a sexless but loving marriage to physically/emotionally abuse events.
One of the main reasons why people struggle in their sex life is because they do not know who they truly are or what turns them on. You are not alone. Clients come to me believing they are broken, without ever having experienced pleasure or orgasm, never having been sexually turned on or satisfied. Others live their entire lives in secrecy, deeply ashamed of their sexuality, leading hidden sex lives online or outside their relationship.
Unfortunately, most women are having the type of sex which destroys female pleasure and gradually dampens their libido. During unsatisfactory sex, vaginas experience discomfort, stagnation and sexual stress. The body tenses up as a coping mechanism against...
Many women are terrified of anal sex for two reasons – embarrassment of poop and painful discomfort from penetration. Both can be easily solved. Most people don’t know how to have anal sex so they copy what they see in porn movies which is usually some form of...