Our most powerful, sexy, responsive and attractive sexual organ may be the mind, but it is through the body that we express and experience our sexuality. Our body is our first and primary home; whether we truly feel at home in it is another matter.
This film reminds us of the power of connections in finding pleasure, joy, confidence and healing.
The In Plainspeak team decided to time travel and re-discover previously published articles that explore the multiple ways in which people find joy and pleasure in their sexualities.
Nathicharami takes sexuality and sexual desire away from upper-class, Gucci-clad women and makes its viewers acknowledge its existence in the lives of women (middle-class wives and widows, in the case of this film) who are invisibilised, both in the society they live in and as subjects of popular content.
Have you ever had a “dirty thought”, or rather, a sexual fantasy, at a random hour of a random day?
The video “How Emotionally Healthy Are You?” by The School Of Life leads us through a series of questions to look at various aspects like self-love, trust, communication and letting go