Emily Nagoski is a sex educator and wrote a book called Come As You Are which was about how women can take back the shame and everything else that went along with intimacy. Women learn practical ways to enjoy and feel confident. In her workbook she writes out different ways and exercises to try alone and with a partner. There are even worksheets from the book listed on her website for free you can print out.
Here on Thanksgiving we celebrate everyone we know and all the things to be grateful. A.J. Jacobs went on a journey to tell people why he appreciated the cup of coffee he was drinking. It started as a way to tell someone thanks and it turned into a global journey of adventuring through the life of how coffee is made.
Traci Brimhall is a poet who's been published in the New York Times and in many other publications and presses over the years such as Poetry, Southern Illinois University Press, Ploughshares, Kenyon Review, and Slate. Her third book of poetry published by Copper Canyon Press called Saudade and talks of stories from her Brazilian mother.
Andi Eaton is a writer of an adventurous travelogue and author of book Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian's Guide to Traveling in Style coming out September 12, 2017.