In this series, Ducky tackles several common problems with long-term relationships, such as: falling into the same old habits sexually, dealing with sex drive, broadening our understanding of sex and hormones like oxytocin, and even simple ways to improve it: compliments!
She explains the basic human psychology behind why we slip into a routine with our sexuality, even if that’s “tonight we’re going to do it on the chandelier again“. A rut is a rut, and if you’re looking to change things up a bit Ducky has some solid suggestions you can try out right away.
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Ignacio defines sex, gender, gender identity/expression/attribution, sexual orientation and identity, as well as transgender and queer. Then they talk pronouns: They challenge society’s assumption of the gender binary (e.g., only using she, he, her, him, his, hers) and offers several gender neutral pronoun options (e.g., the singular they, them, their; hir, ze, zie). Ignacio acknowledges the complexities yet encourages both practice and ways to determine the pronouns acceptable to the person in question.
Using both personal experience and an understanding of the vast diversity of others’ experiences, they highlight the vital import of naming body parts and talking about such names with your partner(s). Since terminology varies considerably, it is critical to understand your partners’ feelings about their bodies; and understanding leads to good negotiation, connection, and fun!
They continues the transqueering your sex series with a comparison of fantasy and reality. They asks many questions to help spur self-reflection and increase self-awareness. Ignacio also helps with the conversation and negotiation with persons outside the gender binary.
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