TORONTO, Oct. 28, 2014 /CNW/ - Recent events involving national talk show host Jian Ghomeshi have thrust the taboo topics of kink and sexual exploration to front page headlines, prompting industry expert and owner of the Sexual Wellness Centre and boutique sex shop, "Good For Her" in Toronto to speak out about the potential joys and implications of kinky play.
"These topics are too often ignored," said Carlyle Jansen, well-known and outspoken sexual education advocate and owner of Good For Her. "Kink play can be a healthy, fun part of an everyday couple's exploration."
Our collective understanding and acceptance of kinky sexual experiences in the bedroom must also be accompanied by a similar willingness to discuss issues of consent and boundaries. Good For Her has posted a "Top 10" list of sexual exploration tips, pulling together years of experience with the very pillars on which Jansen's advocacy and business were founded, to highlight ways to safely, consensually and enjoyably explore. www.goodforher/TopTen
These important tips along with a series of educational workshops and boutique sexual wellness products offer unique, realistic and fun alternatives for anyone with a question, desire, fantasy or even a slight inclination to seek different adventures in the bedroom. Good For Her's long-running workshops are aimed at educating individuals on how to communicate, understand and enjoy sexual opportunities, including one called "Bad Boys in the Bedroom: a Workshop on Sexual Domination for Men"
If boundaries are fuzzy, desires are suppressed or trivialized or we are not aware of safer practices, a potentially amazing sexual connection can easily turn into a damaging experience. Uninformed decisions can evolve into undesired outcomes.
Pleasure, sex and sexuality are a valid and important component of our overall health and our lives. Taking pride in our sexuality allows us to break free from shame and silence and helps us openly communicate to make our experiences more fulfilling and healthy. We hope that with media attention to this topic that the Canadian public will do both.
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SOURCE: Good For Her
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