The Sex Talk / Q&A

After rave reviews from last year and that old post still being pulled up somehow by 100s each week, I've decided to bring it back annually--


THE Sex Talk is back!

Here are some guidelines:

Participate! This is only fun (not to mention helpful) if everyone who comes to the page actually participates. So I ask that if you click on comments to read what questions have been posted, that you commit to comment to any question you have something to say about that issue. Also, if you have a question, please post it! This is a safe place to participate. All discussion is TOTALLY ANONYMOUS.

Who can participate?
Anyone. Obviously my blog is geared towards women.
However, I don't mind men participating in this, but please identify that you are a man (please don't say your name though since this is anonymous).

What are the questions supposed to be about?
Anything related to intimacy, relationships, etc. ... anything is game here!

(Note: I don't anticipate this happening, but since this is my personal blog, I am going to reserve the right to delete any questions or comments that I feel like aren't appropriate. If you notice that your question or comment has been deleted and you would like to discuss this with me, you are welcome to email me.)

How to post a question:
All questions should be anonymous-- I think this is the best way to do it. However, it is your call whether or not you want to make yourself anonymous when answering. If your response would in any way bring dishonor to your man or yourself, then post anonymous. When in doubt, post anonymous.

So when you you leave your question, simply do the following: make up a name or put anonymous, and leave the email and website fields blank.
*If for some reason you mess this up at all, email me right away and I will pull the comment. 

How to answer a question:
Reply to that question (there is a reply button under each question) don't post your answer in a new comment-- that way the answers can stay with the question.

If this whole commenting thing confuses you but you really want to post a question:
Just email me by clicking HERE and I'll post whatever you send me (and I promise, it will be our little secret).

One more thing, please help spread the word! The more perspectives we have contributing to this the better it will be. So please share with your friends!

Here's a sample post you can put up on...

Facebook: Join in on The (totally anonymous) Sex Talk" at

Twitter: Join in on The (totally anonymous) Sex Talk" at

I am SO EXCITED about this discussion! Can't wait to hear from you over the coming week! I'm going to go ahead and post some frequently asked questions that a Relationship Therapist will respond to later in this series, but I know we'd all love to hear each others perspectives too!


Check out some of the other 2012 relationship guest posts: 

Enie Bourland, MA (Does your spouse struggle with porn?)

Dr. Jennifer Degler (Q&A with a relationship expert)

Erin DuBroc (Why things had to change: Part 1 & Part 2)

Lindsee Eddy (Thankful Marriage just changed our friendship, not ended it)
Tammie Head (An challenge to single ladies)

Becky Kiser/me (To the Virgins: Worth the Wait Part 1 and Part 2)
Chris Kiser (A letter to my daughter)

Emily Skaggs (More to Life than a Husband and Kids)

Kelley Ramsey (To all my pregnant friends)

Hannah Stovall (To the Bride, from the Bridesmaid)

Erin Woods (An open letter to married ladies)
Vicky Wright (Lessons from 30 plus years of marriage)

The Sex Talk / Q&A