What was the biggest misconception you had about sex/sexuality when you were younger?
That sexuality is rigid, that sex is purely physical and that monogamy is natural.
If you could give any piece of advice to your younger self what would it be?
Stop labelling yourself and start acting with authenticity.
If you could give any piece of advice to your future older self what would it be?
Don't stop evolving and speak up when you're not happy.
What are you scared of?
Not having enough guts to ask for what I want.
What makes you the most comfortable in bed?
Eye contact and no time pressure.
What is something you feel pressured to enjoy but don't actually?
Nothing. Not anymore. I used to feel pressure to go down on my partner. Now I suggest alternatives if I'm not into it.
If forced to choose, what's the single best moment of sex?
Initial contact. The electricity of possibility.
What's your favorite position?
What's something people would be surprised to hear turns you on?
Me rimming someone else.
What's something on your sexual wish list you haven't tried yet, and why haven't you tried it?
Male/male/female [threesome]. Because it's tricky finding the right combination of men.
What's the first movie scene that ever turned you on?
I can't remember exactly but Daryl Hannah in Splash.
Time to give yourself a pat on the back: what are you best at in bed?
In honor of our motto, what does "claim your pleasure" mean to you?
Equal parts responsibility, honesty, and spontaneity.