I started my career in law and resisted going into “sex” until I was 32 and my intention to create a lifestyle brand for women put me on the front page of the NY Times.
It was no accident that I ended up at Betty Dodson’s door to interview her about the current state of feminism and women’s sexuality. Our connection was instantaneous.
It’s been ten years and I can’t imagine who I would have been had it not been for Betty and Bodysex. She has been mother to us all. Welcome to Bodysex.com. We hope to read your comments and maybe see you in one of our Bodysex circles.
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Carlin is the chairperson of the Betty A. Dodson Foundation Board of Directors.
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Anal Sex Basics
We should never try something with a partner before trying it with ourselves.For more information about anal sex, visit the links below: A Guide to Anal Sex from Teen Vogue A Beginner's Guide to Anal Masturbation from Healthline Anal Academy from B-VibeComprehensive...
Partner’s Touch is Better Than Mine
Partners bring energy and dopamine to the party. Our own touch helps us orgasm during partner sex.
My First Live Workshop Without Betty
The December before lockdown Betty and I lead our last workshop together. There was a feeling of finality in that group. Betty's skin and hair had turned this glowing translucent white - like an angel. She was peaceful, calm and quite loving towards me. As we...
How to Care for Your Vulva/Vagina
All you need is soap and water, or even just water. Your vagina is self-cleaning. It's better to not douche, even with water. Cleanliness is important, but you don't need anything special. Staying in touch with your own natural smell and taste is important. It's...
Will I Get an Infection from Self Pleasure?
The short answer: No. It's healthy to touch, stimulate, lubricate and penetrate our sex organ.
Sex Energy Comes From Within
Everything we need is within ourselves.
It’s Work to Become a Fully Sexual Woman
As women, we've all experienced trauma. Through pleasure, we reconnect to the body and our self esteem.
Desire Starts with Action
Connection with the body activates desire, Touch, sensuality, and physical activity all help you connect with your body. Touch your vulva on a regular basis to generate desire.
No Pleasure From Touching the Clitoris
You have to build up to direct clitoral stimulation. Some women prefer indirect stimulation.