How Solo Sex Can Help You Heal From Sexual Trauma
Self-Pleasure as a Path to Healing
Rounding out April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, in Tuesday’s newsletter, I addressed the topic of reclaiming pleasure after sexual trauma. Sexually traumatic events, including rape and sexual abuse, can impact our relationships with love, sex, and intimacy. But it is possible to reclaim your pleasure after a painful event, and one powerful tool on the path to healing is self-pleasure. Today, I’ll be delving into the ways in which solo sex can help people heal from sexual trauma.
Here’s what’s ahead in this email for paid subscribers:
How solo sex can help you heal from sexual trauma
Tips for re-engaging with solo sex
Download: Pleasure as a Form of Healing After Sexual Trauma by Kayla Tricaso, patient intake specialist at Modern Intimacy
Call for research study participants
Invitations (and discount codes) for our upcoming workshops
April book club: Slow Pleasure by Euphemia Russell. Read along with us!
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