Lotus Blooms Educator Diana Troche knows a thing or two about high-quality vibrators! In this helpful breakdown, she draws on personal and professional knowledge to make a case for investing in a top-shelf toy– and the reasons they cost more in the first place. Treat yourself!
Lotus Blooms asks women what they wish they could say to their partners but don’t, as we gear up for our “Ask for Your Pleasure” workshop for our March women’s empowerment series in honor of National Women’s History Month.
When do you need a water-based rather than silicone lube? What should you look for when buying? Does needing lube mean I’m not turned on? Lotus Blooms manager and sex educator Teal Dye dispels myths and helps you find the lube you’ll love!
Lotus Blooms’ resident corset mistress, Eva LeStrange, explains the difference between corsets and other kinds of shapewear including girdles, bodices, and bustiers in the first of a series of posts about corsetry.
Staffer Lauren Moore reviews Emily Nagoski’s life-changing book about sexuality and desire, “Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life” and why it’s the first pick for Lotus Blooms’s new book club.
As part of Lotus Blooms’ #SexPositiveDC series of guest blog posts, a queer man talks about his perspective on hooking up.
Lotus Blooms staffer Lauren Moore shares thoughts about dealing with the idea of your parents’ sexuality as part of the #SexPositiveDC blog series.
Guest blogger Maddie0 talks about the need to make space for and accept the darker aspects of sex positivity, from kink to healing trauma, in this essay for Lotus Blooms’ #SexPositiveDC blog series.
Erotica author, sex writer, and editor Rachel Kramer Bussel shares her thoughts about her personal journey to sex positivity in Lotus Blooms’ #SexPositiveDC blog series