Justin Hancock

    b2592417543has quoted2 years ago
    Meg-John is a senior lecturer in psychology at the Open University and has published many academic books and papers on topics including non-monogamous relationships, sadomasochism, counselling, and mindfulness, as well as co-edited the journal Psychology & Sexuality. They were the lead author of The Bisexuality Report and they
    b2592417543has quoted2 years ago
    Meg-John is a senior lecturer in psychology at the Open University and has published many academic books and papers on topics including non-monogamous relationships, sadomasochism, counselling, and mindfulness, as well as co-edited the journal Psychology & Sexuality. They were the lead author of The Bisexuality Report and they are involved in running many public events on sexuality and relationships, including Critical Sexology. Meg-John is also a UKCP accredited therapist working with gender, sex and relationship diverse (GSRD) clients. In addition to their many academic books, they have now written several books for the general public including Rewriting the Rules (Routledge, 2013), The Secrets of Enduring Love (Penguin Random House, 2016) and Queer: A Graphic History (Icon Books, 2016). They are fre
    b2592417543has quoted2 years ago
    Rewriting the Rules (Routledge, 2013), The Secrets of Enduring Love (Penguin Random House,
    dash020499has quoted2 years ago
    ‘biopsychosocial’ when talking about sexual experiences.
    dash020499has quoted2 years ago
    ‘procrastibate’ (wanking-from-home!)
    Ana Shawhas quoted6 months ago
    During the rest of this book we’re going to talk a lot about how to tune into what you want sexually and how to communicate about it with others. Both of these things need a foundation in self-care. If we’re not kind to ourselves, then it’s hard to be open to everything we might like sexually because we’re so busy judging whether we think it is normal or acceptable enough. We’re unlikely to feel comfortable enough to communicate openly with others if we feel a lot of shame, guilt or anxiety about what we enjoy or really want to do. It’s also good to give ourselves, and other people, the message that we deserve to be treated kindly.
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