Author Archive for: lesexologue

Fidelity & Jealousy

Importance of defining fidelity in your couple Fidelity is defined as the respect of an agreement with another person. In most loving relationships, there exist a form of fidelity between partners, even in polyamory. Although, what one person thinks is adultery, the other person might not, as the confines of fidelity are wide and large. We can even change our

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Jealousy: Destroyer of couples

What is jealousy? Jealousy is define as an emotion that makes the person suffer when they are afraid that they will be replaced or cheated on by their partner when they seek exclusivity from that person. It is different than envy which is an emotion that demonstrates lust for someone else’s happiness. In other words, jealousy is the fear of

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Season 2: Sensual & Erotic Education webseries

Preview for the upcoming season Introduction video Subjects for this years webseries Jealousy Infidelity & fidelity Different dynamics in sexuality Various couples statuses: polyamourous, open couples, swingers, monogamist, etc. Different types of sexual desire What happens in you head when you are having sex with a partner?Bisexuality and sexual fluiditylack of communication in couples Subscribe to our mailing list to

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Different Types of Sexual Desire Part III

How to Achieve Self-Validated Sexual Desire*   There is a fundamental difference between self-validated intimacy and all the other types of desire we mentioned in previous articles. It is on the level of intimacy that we can perceive it; more specifically the perception of ourselves and our authenticity. Feelings of being desirable are based for many people on the perception that

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Different Types of Sexual Desire Part II

Complexity of Our Relationship and The Influence on Our Sexual Desire For a long time, humans have tried to understand the mysteries of sexuality and more specifically how to create sexual desire in men and in women. There have been many debates, experiences, research, theories and hypotheses that came forth from the subject. To this day, there is still no

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Women’s fierce sexuality

Gender roles are changing There is a misconception that women either don’t like sex or aren’t really interested in doing it. We portray women as liking sex because it has an emotional component to it and they can feel more connected to their partner. As much as gender roles are changing, women who actually demonstrate and say they like sex

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