Did you know that in some circles May is known as “Masturbation Month”?I didn’t until recently, but I do now.Personally I prefer the term “self pleasure” as it sounds so much nicer to me, further from the horror of “self abuse” and all the judgement that goes with it.The phrase “biding my time” is myContinue reading “Power and Pleasure”
About 15 years ago I attended an International Women’s Day Event run by the Council at my local community centre, on the subject of campaigning. I learned there that the local park where I took my wee ones, was only as well equipped as it was, because a group of mums had campaigned for it.Continue reading “Women’s Day”
Join me as I chat to Gemma Ryder: Sensuality Sensei. A conversation about her journey, pleasure, sensuality and some moving insights into less talked about practices…
Over the last few months I have been meeting lots of women and hearing their life affirming, joyful and sometimes moving stories about sex. Most of those who have given me stories are women I have met before and who have some sense of who I am that allows them to trust me enough toContinue reading “The Process of Collecting Stories.”
Today I am launching “Ladies Who Like It”. For some time I have been talking about the importance of women’s stories about sex. I don’t mean erotic stories. I mean the real life, funny, inspirational, sometimes moving, life giving stories, that women have about their own experiences around sexuality. For many women they would neverContinue reading “Ladies Who Like It”
An interview with Revel Sister Heidi about the Red Velvet Revelry Live show and the world’s only Menopause Festival: ‘Flushfest’, a poem about “Ladies Who Like It” and some new musical accompaniment from Red Velvet Gentleman Danny.
A guest blog post by a friend to Red Velvet Revelry. At the start of 2020, I thought that there might possibly or maybe, be a slight chance that I would step way out of my comfort zone and see if I had the courage to go dating again. It had been a very long timeContinue reading “Functional Checklist by Babs”
A story about the joy of dressing for the occasion from Lisa Lovely-Lingerie, and a review of “City of Girls” by Elizabeth Gilbert.
It’s been a long haul hasn’t it friends…? I mean this time last year, before the virus had us in it’s grip, we were just experiencing the normal January blues; maybe a post-Christmas anti climax, perhaps feeling a bit heavier than ideal in the weight department, a bit lighter than ideal in the finance department. Continue reading “Languishing Libido”
A story about the awakening of teenage sensuality and a review of “Girl, Woman, Other” by Bernadine Evarista.