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What Is Consent and How To Have Consensual Sex

What Is Consent and How To Have Consensual Sex

Sexually active? You MUST understand this.

These days, a lot of guys are gripped with fear that they might do something wrong when making sexual advances. Even women are now realizing THEY need to ask permission first before pursuing a partner.

That’s because of the #metoo movement and how the seduction landscape is evolving.

I made a video to help reduce your confusion.

How are you supposed to make the first move?

What’s a guy to do? What’s a WOMAN to do?

Simple: initiate a conversation about CONSENT.

“But Susan, I’m not even clear what consent is!” You might say.

You’re not alone. That’s why I made this video.

STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT CONSENT  ← Watch NOW (Understand this touchy topic)

Consent is a BIG DEAL these days. As it should be. More than ever, this issue is out in the open. People are starting to understand just how important it is to ask before you touch.

What they don’t understand is how to open that conversation. That’s what I’m going to show you in this video. And if you’ll allow me, I’ll even put some words in your mouth!

Often, we just need a conversation starter to break the ice.

CONSENSUAL SEX CONVERSATION STARTER ← Watch the video

To make it even easier to open the conversation, let me give you a reframe.

We tend to think of consent in a frame of “to touch or not to touch.” And while that is, of course, early in the situation, the conversation about consent is also a way to connect.

By initiating the conversation, you make a connection that fosters a quality of comfort. It let’s the person relax. Ultimately, most of us love to be touched… when our boundaries are respected. Asking, “Is it okay if I touch you?” demonstrates awareness and respect. But that is kind of weird to ask. So I came up with some verbiage you can customize that sounds less weird.

Think of the “ask” as a way to connect that can draw a person toward you rather than a barrier to connection.

Let me know how it goes.

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