Articles in Erotica and Relationships
Good eating, an eclectic Toastmasters group, hospice training, Zen meditation, depression, social phobia, orgasmic meditation, tears — and laughter — all come into play in Cravings: A Zen-inspired memoir about sensual pleasures, freedom from dark places, and living and eating with abandon (Say Yes Press), an insightful gem of a memoir: writer, editor, foodie and adventurer Wanda Hennig’s first.
Fifty Shades fever is alive and well — but clone the hot guy if you really want to perform a …
Wanda Hennig discovers The Bedroom, a boudoir boutique for women in Durban, South Africa where the women owners host play-shops featuring speakers who address small groups on subjects ranging from extending orgasms, to how to talk to your children about sex, to waking the goddess within. Sexual play and rekindling sexual passion are popular themes.
It’s late at night and you’re in bed. The body to your left, pushing gentle zzzzs, radiates a comfortable warmth. The radio to your right plays softly. Your mental meanderings are suddenly jolted into focus by Rod Stewart’s voice. It’s golden oldie time and he’s warbling on about passion. “I need passion. You need passion. We need passion. Can’t live without passion.”
It seems relationships are synonymous with challenge. Seven-year itches. Call them what you will. All complicated dances — as real in live as on the screen.