We owe it to ourselves to stop faking it if we want to have better sex lives
"The issue is that, if you're performing rather than being open about the pleasure that you feel, your partner will be reading your body language wrong and you could continue to have sex in this way. This isn’t necessarily your partner’s fault. I know this because I spent a lifetime doing this and, as a result, no matter how much effort my partners would put into my pleasure, it felt impossible to fully relax into an orgasmic state of mind."
Read more about Katie's journey on giving herself permission to feel pleasure, and how she learnt to communicate better about sex, masturbation and pleasure.
A personal love affair: How the relationship with your body dictates your pleasure
"I was ready to feel beautiful, even if I didn’t think that I was beautiful. This shift in mindset led me to my first solo-sex orgasm which tore my world apart in the best way and in the midst of the chaos I was able to find ‘Body’, love her and reconnect. It wasn’t until this reconnection took place that I realised how deeply important our relationship with our body is when it comes to experiencing pleasure. Without that initial surrender to something uncomfortable, ‘Body’ and I would still be strangers."
Read more about Katie's personal journey on how she re-gained the relationship with her body in spite of societies unattainable ideology for female bodies.