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Hi! 👋🏼 i can’t express enough how grateful i am for this community and all of the positive vibes around here 💓
i love these kinds of posts, because in the midst of all of the messaging on social media, i think its nice to know more about who you’re getting the messages from! so here is a little bit about me:
i’m in a relationship with the funniest man i’ve ever met and we live in georgia 🍑 with 2 *busy* bengal cats (hey b**e @callmeshitto ). they’re always up to something (the cats, not jake) and i was a highly inexperienced cat mom (dog person all the way) but these boys absolutely have my heart and they’re ridiculously spoiled!!!
when i graduated high school the only thing i could cook was mac n cheese from a box but i was determined to learn how to cook. 🍴 i started with really simple things like baked chicken and roasted veggies and worked my way up from there.
i have been in and out of college for a few years and finally came to the conclusion that my path doesn’t require a college degree (for now). instead i’ve invested my time into accredited trainings, research, and working under mentors. this used to be a big insecurity of mine, but i’m happy to report that a college degree isn’t necessary to be successful! i do believe that education and well-respected training is very important though and encourage anyone interested in an alternative route to explore their education options.
i love learning about alternative healing methods, crystals, herbs (i’m working towards becoming a certified herbalist), and energy work! ✨🌿
i cuss too much, 🍲 soup is my favorite meal, i prefer chocolate 🍫 over sour sweets, i eat extra pink himalayan salt on everything, i’m a huge advocate for therapy, i have lint rollers all over the house and in my car/ purse because i despise cat hair and fuzz!! and i cry at every (!!) single facebook video about animals.
in high school, my dream job was to be a s*x and relationship therapist (funny how things come full circle!!!)
👇🏼 i want to learn more about you! leave me a comment and tell me something about you and why you’re part of this community
I know this is groundbreaking for some, but you don’t have to be in a relationship with someone to have s*x if you’re sti+. you’re not bound to dating folks who have your sti. you’re not bound to looking for love...at all.
in response to tweets about my second outbreak, someone replied, “at least you have a partner, that’s a nice plus.” the right relationships are fulfilling, but you don’t need a partner to be fulfilled in life.
after diagnosis, many of us take on life through a partnered lens. “who will love me? how will i have sex? how do i maintain my casual dating and s*x life now? can i still get married?” i wrote about this for my patrons last month (new update coming soon!). we often seek acceptance of ourselves through others after a h****s diagnosis. yes, that acceptance can really help us accept ourselves in being s****l with others, but true self-acceptance isn’t going to come from someone else. it comes from you.
and this whole “you need a partner to live your life and be happy and successful thing,” yeah, that’s our cultural expectation of monogamy talking.
so before you tell a friend or someone on the internet that they’re “lucky” to have a partner since they have herpes, please take a ten-second pause and ask yourself, “why.”
#sexelducation #sexeld [image description: pink and red rose petals with a semi-transparent white overlay that reads, “telling an sti+ person that they’re “lucky” to have a partner further reinforces sti stigma and perpetuates monogamy as the norm.]
Recently, a new mom told me that she was really h***y during her pregnancy, but her partner didn’t want to have s*x with her. he was afraid that penetrative s*x might hurt the baby. this is a common misconception that somehow prevails despite science showing there is absolutely no harm for the baby or the mother from pregnant s*x (unless you have a high risk pregnancy).
almost a year after their baby girl was born, my friend is still h***y and keeps trying to initiate sex, but her husband still doesn’t seem interested in s****l intimacy with his wife. it’s unclear what his reason is right now—he won’t really talk about it—but she suspects he doesn’t find her new body attractive anymore.
another reason why many men lose s****l interest in their partners during and post pregnancy: the infuriating dichotomy our society creates between s*x and motherhood. we tend to view these two things so differently—sex as dirty and immoral; motherhood as pure and noble—that many men struggle to continue to see their girlfriends and wives as s****l beings once they have become the mother of their kids.
whether out of unfounded fears, decreased physical attraction or libido, or simple exhaustion, a lot of couples stop having s*x with each other during pregnancy and after childbirth, sometimes for up to a year or more.
i know that s*x during and post pregnancy may feel strange, or different, or awkward. but i can’t emphasize enough how important it is for the health and quality of your relationship to maintain your s****l connection during this time. the longer you go without it, the harder and weirder it’s going to be to come back to it and reconnect in that way. if s****l connection is something that’s important to you and your partner, don’t let it slide away during this time born out of sex.
and of course, there are so many ways to have sex. think outside the tiny p*********n box.
(the woman in the photo is not my friend who inspired this post. she, still very pregnant, is a new friend who graciously agreed to let me use this photo to talk about the importance of sexuality during/post pregnancy.)