Body Image Archive
Curvy Girl Sex: 101 Body-Positive Positions to Empower Your Sex Life by Elle Chase
Celebrate the sexuality of curvy women everywhere in the first book of its kind to hit the market. Curvy/plus-sized women are constantly de-sexualized in media and advertising, leading many to feel they aren’t sexy or have the right to be sexual. Nothing could be farther from the truth! This book aims to not just dole out sex positions. Curvy Girl Sex empowers everyone who identifies as curvy, large, zaftig or fat regardless of gender expression and sexual identity. Take delight in sex, sex toys, and learn more about pleasure anatomy, consent and even erotica!
LOS ANGELES – Nov. 3, 2015 Upcoming sex position & body image book for curvy women is first of its kind Certified sex educator and sex and body image thought-leader Elle Chase has signed with leading illustrated book publisher Quarto
October, 28, 2015 GLAMOUR EDITOR’S NOTE: Welcome to our brand-new Smitten series What an Expert Says. Veteran author, lecturer, and sex educator Tristan Taormino will be interviewing fellow experts in the sex, dating, and relationships field to discuss important issues
A Body of Confidence (or How I Stopped Thinking and Learned to Enjoy the Intimate and Unfamiliar)style Blogger Sarah Sapora confronts the intersection of By Sara Sapora, SarahPlusLife.com Confidence is not concrete. It is fluid and amoeba-like. Aqueous and ever changing.
One of the most undeniable virtues of a true Sacred Seductress is the way she loves her flesh. A Seductress loves every inch of her self: smooth skin, dimpled skin, parts that stick out, parts that just don’t. It is all as
Look at this woman’s body. Look at her in terms of the first picture being one of self-appreciation and confidence. Then look at the second one being of self-deprecation. Which one do you relate to? Chicago photographer Gracie
by Melissa White (originally posted in Huffington Post Women on 09/26/2013 5:55 pm) Condom Expert, CEO & Founder of Lucky Bloke (Check out my quote in this article!) It truly is all about the size of the package
By Elle Chase This week, I found three year old article on www.MamaMia.com.au online regarding Australian Classification Board’s (think the the Australian version of the MPAA except it includes all video games, films and published materials) censorship of the natural state of a woman’s vulva in magazines.