Sex and Disability – A Panel Discussion

 

The NHCDD is excited to team up with Jules Good of Neighborhood Access for Sex and Disability, A Panel Discussion! Spend an hour with Jules and their guests, Bianca Laureano, Robin Wilson-Beattie, and Riley Dwight.
Bianca is an award-winning educator, curriculum writer and sexologist. She is a foundress of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network, The LatiNegrxs Project, and hosts LatinoSexuality.com.
Robin is a “Southerner with disabilities”, a disability and sexuality educator, speaker, independent researcher, content creator, and writer.
Riley is the creative force behind and founder of Approaching Access. They are a disabled, queer, non-binary person who is an expert on accessible sex toys.
Zoom registration link: https://cutt.ly/QcxWGkW
If you have any questions, you can contact Jules Good at Neighborhood Access at Jules@NeighborhoodAccess.org or Vanessa Blais from the DD Council at Vanessa.A.Blais@DDC.NH.gov.

SEXUAL HEALING – A Sexpert Panel hosted by Loveology University®

Sponsored by: CalExotics

Panelists Are:
Tamara Bell, Dr. Ava Cadell, Dr. Sadie Allison, John Renko, Dr. Cat Meyer, Laurie Handlers, Jacqui Rubinoff, Sabrina Jackson, Alina Vergara, Heather Montgomery

What You Can Expect:
The Sexpert Panel will talk candidly, as if you were meeting face to face over drinks and discuss fully and openly the most intimate details of topics you are interested in.

Best of all, renowned Sexperts will share their wisdom to help ease your concerns, lower your inhibitions and transport you to sexual empowerment.. 

DON’T MISS OUT ON OUR RAFFLE!

One lucky attendee will be chosen to win our sponsor’s (CalExotics) adult pleasure product basket. A winner will be chosen at random at the end of the event. You must be in attendance to claim the prize.

Register here

Sexual Intimacy After Cancer

 

If you or your love is a cancer survivor, you’re invited to join Enchantasys’ Wellness Educator Ducky DooLittle & CalExotics Pleasure Product Expert Lupe Martinez as they discuss their personal experiences in finding pleasure after a cancer diagnosis.

A cancer diagnosis, cancer treatment, and cancer survivorship all have an impact on one’s sex life. Many survivors report experiencing issues with their sex life that linger long after treatment.

If you or your love is a cancer survivor, you are invited to join Enchantasys’ Sex Educator Ducky DooLittle and CalExotics’ Pleasure Product Expert Lupe Martinez as they discuss their personal experiences as cancer survivors.

Together we will talk about how surviving cancer can affect the body, body image, relationships, and how to find pleasure despite it all.

Thanks to CalExotics for sponsoring this event.

 

RSVP HERE

 *NOTE: Once you register for this event, your login link will be automatically sent to you via email 24 hours before the event. You will get a reminder email 10 minutes before the event begins. 

What’s the best way to look for a G spot? And how do I know when I’ve found it?

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What’s the best way to look for a G spot? And how do I know when I’ve found it?

You can stimulate the G spot by putting pressure on the front wall of the vagina, anywhere from 1 to 3 inches inside (depending on the individual). To reach it, insert two fingers and then curl them forward, with the curve of your fingers facing toward your or your partner’s belly button.

How to Stimulate the G Spot

The G-spot responds best to steady outward strokes and focused pressure. This is because the G-spot is where the vagina meets the erectile tissue lining the urethra. You will recognize G-spot toys as they always have a forward curve to create pressure on this sensitive area.

Finding the right spot to stimulate—and the right level of pressure—for any given lover can take some experimentation and practice. If the G-spot is hard to reach with your fingers, G spot vibe is the perfect toy to help. (And they works as great external clitoral vibe too!)

What Does G Spot Play Feel Like?

As the person receiving the stimulation becomes more aroused, and there’s more pressure on the G spot, they may feel like they need to pee. This happens because there’s neurological cross-talk between the urethra and the vagina. Most people will pass through this feeling without any pee leaving the body because part of the function of the urethral sponge (beyond pleasure) is to block the flow of urine when someone is aroused. The urethral sponge becomes engorged and closes off the urethra.

Explore & Find G Spot Pleasure

All of this may sound a bit clinical, but we encourage you to just play and explore. Try to combine sensations, like using a vibe internally and one on the clitoris at the same time. Most people with vulvas find it easier to orgasm when their clitoris is stimulated too!


What’s the best way to look for a G spot? And how do I know when I’ve found it? was originally published on Blog Blush Novelties