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Aug 15, 2017

Pleasure - Going Deeper and Broader

This summer while taking some down time, I reflected on my Unlock Pleasure project. When I started it in late fall of 2014, I had a general idea regarding what it was about, but now 2 1/2 years later the project has evolved in both scale and scope. Read more >

Jul 26, 2017

The Curious Stats on Women’s Sexual Experience

Erotic and sensual pleasure is an important aspect of pleasure for sure. I make it a priority to keep my finger on the pulse (pun intended) of what’s happening in the world of what I call the positive sex movement which includes the latest research and trends in the field. Read more >

Jul 05, 2017

Touch - the Neglected Sensory Element

Sometimes I struggle with the feeling that I live in a world that doesn’t really make sense to me anymore. A case in point – Sunday of the Canada Day weekend I went with my daughter to the Canada 150 Local Makers Market – a craft fair by any other name. It was a feast for the senses – aromatherapy products, soaps, handmade preserves of the sweet and savoury kinds, beautifully crafted jewellery and clothes, and art – a feast for the senses – shapes and colors, tastes and textures and scent. Read more >