Under the Covers with Eve - Episode 18: Awaken Your Sexual Self

32:21 Under the Covers with Eve episode 18 / 34 Jan 08, 2016 12 comments 2652 538

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I want to help you awaken your sexual self, and help you reconnect with your physical self and your sexual needs. Here are some ideas and thoughts about how to unlock that part of you that you might have been neglecting

*a little early this week!


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  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2017-03-30 04:27:54 (UTC)

    "Your sexuality is yours, it doesn't belong to anyone else, not even a partner." <-- I love the consistency in your messages to us, and how they build upon themes that were treated in previous audios. In this case, as I must have a self for someone else to love, I must also fully own my sexuality before I can even be in a position to share it with another.

    My school actually did teach us sex ed in grades 3-4. We got booklets and (basic, but at least it was something) explanations on its contents from our teacher. Then it was not discussed again for a few years until I was in high school, where the education was more in-depth, and we were introduced to things like contraception with the aid of our good friend Mr. Woody. Mr. Woody, you see, was a somewhat detailed carved wooden cock and balls, standing permanently at attention too - I've a feeling you would've liked him. :P Compared to yours, MWL's, and Hoffman1's experiences with sex ed I now think I was spoiled with such a relatively progressive pedagogy. And given that there are still such unhealthy prevailing attitudes to sexuality out there, it's clear that there is still much room for improvement.

    It was very touching to hear how profoundly you were affected during your awakening, and thank you for sharing something so personal with us. These personal anecdotes are like marvelous illustrations that make these UTC episodes so much richer. Whoever that gentleman was who recorded that masturbation audio, I wonder if he is aware of what he helped set in motion by inspiring you to walk the path you do today? That an unintended consequence of his work is touching so many people in such a positive way right now? Well, whoever he is, all of us your followers and fans sure owe him big time.

    My own sexual self is very much a work in progress, but I believe that by discovering and embracing your philosophy on sex and body positivity, I'm getting a real leg up if and when a relationship does show up on the horizon. Until then, I've taken to heart your message of being patient, both with the external things and with myself.

    Eve, thank you for yet another excellent episode of UTC, and for simply being the remarkable person you are. The world's absolutely a brighter place for it.

    • A Eve on 2017-03-30 19:38:12 (UTC)

      That is so touching, thank you so much. I like being able to share my experiences so that people can see they aren't unusual or 'abnormal', that so many other people - even women - go through the same things. 💋

  • Martti45 on 2016-10-28 15:27:46 (UTC)

    I remember feeling so shameful back when i tried the whole nofap thing. I was reading on and on about how bad porn and masturbation was for you and abstaining from that would make you a ''better person''. So i tried it out of shame and after just 5 days i felt so horny that i just had to let myself cum to some solo porn (which i totally love because you women are so beautiful ) and i felt SO terrible afterwards. I felt so much shame about myself. But then i discovered you and the wonderful women of GWA and starded slowly accepting myself as a very sexual person. So thank you, Eve, for telling me that it's okay to be sexual :)

    • A Eve on 2016-10-29 19:06:28 (UTC)

      Aww, that's so amazing to hear, I'm so glad I could help you with that. I wish everyone could just relax about their sexuality and just enjoy it 💋

  • Hoffman1 on 2016-06-02 01:13:00 (UTC)

    I got no explanation of it save that it was just for married couples and that it was just for getting a woman pregnant. This was from a very conservative Christian grandma, that I adored as a kid. A certain amount of shame also took root, and while there thankfully pastors that willingly talk about it today, one of them I remember, jumped up and down on the stage declaring that 'sex was fun!' which didn't really help to say the least. Your audios on this topic, have reminded me that as humans we are sexual creatures, and have helped me consider what a fog I have been living under. So thank you Eve, you're amazing!

    • A Eve on 2016-06-02 20:26:33 (UTC)

      Aw thank you, I'm glad you're coming out of the fog :D

  • MadWithLust on 2016-01-10 17:53:30 (UTC)

    Wow, you pretty much described my adolescence and sex! I also got no explanation of the birds and the bees! I still struggle with being okay with being sexual, but your audios help so much with that! I normally just feel that sexual urge when I think about a sexy woman but I can feel kind of guilty about it, especially if I feel that she doesn't think about me sexually. But you've always been so open and fun and so sex-positive when I listen to your audios and comment or PM, it does feel so much more like self-love! Listening to you, I always get that feeling that it is okay to want sex and even more importantly, that I am wanted sexually. I think it really helps me let go and truly enjoy the release of all that lust!

    Sometimes though, I am afraid of getting too lost in self-love. I'm thinking back to my teenage years when I lost days, just fapping, sleeping, getting horny again, more fapping... I feel like I should be out trying to find a date rather than sitting at home and self-loving all the time.

    Ramble over! :P

    • A Eve on 2016-06-02 20:28:01 (UTC)

      It is definitely okay, and you are wanted sexually. I think everyone has his own time at which he's ready to go out and find a relationship, and there's no magic 'should' as to when to do this. You'll know when you feel ready - but it certainly helps, I think, to have developed some better, healthier attitudes towards sexuality before you do.

  • Jandrusel on 2016-01-09 11:44:26 (UTC) (edited)

    I cried a lot during this episode. But don't worry about it. I was trying so hard not to, but when you mentioned 'porn'... "The dam broke! Here comes the flood!"

    I've always been horny, even when I was a kid. But I was too shy to ask my parents or other people, so I just kinda avoided to talk about it for many years. I've always felt, deep down in my heart, that sex was forbidden and something I didn't deserve. And masturbation...¡oh boy! Pleasurable, yes, but "what would my parents think of me if they knew?" "What would I do if everybody founds out that I like women and, therefore, I'm a pervert?" Those were real thoughts that haunted me for many years.

    Accepting my sexuality has been hard, but I'm getting good at it. Between meditation, self-love practice, and frequent listenings of GWA recordings, I've progressed a lot more. I first discovered GWA thanks to one of your audios, and it felt way more intimate, passionate and fullfiling that 90% of the porn I watched until that point. Thanks to you, and the rest of wonderful ladies of GWA, I've discovered that I'm not a bad man for liking sex: I enjoy, and crave, the intimacy and the sensations that come from that beautiful act between two persons.

    I've always been the 'weird one' due to my personality, my way of life, or my tastes. But, as Kurt Vonnegut said: "Why don't you all take a flyin' fuck to the moooooon?" Even if I'm a litte weird, I'm still capable of loving and deserve being loved. No one can deny me of that. Once again, please excuse the lengthiness of this post. I repeat myself all the time like a broken record.

    You're awesome Eve. Never change.

    • A Eve on 2016-01-09 19:51:24 (UTC)

      Thank you so much...I hoped this audio would resonate with people, but I hate thinking I brought some tears. Just know that I understand what you felt, and that you are definitely deserving of love.

      Who isn't weird? Seriously. Every single person I've ever met is 'weird' in some way, it's part of being human.

  • Pogo on 2016-01-09 10:09:55 (UTC)

    Interesting stuff as ever Eve ;) Might be interesting working out my particular 'awakening' though it may be a while before I move into recording myself.

    Hope you have something exciting planned for the weekend. Have fun xx

    • A Eve on 2016-01-09 19:52:02 (UTC)

      Aw, well, as I said, you don't ever have to record yourself. Just find a way to enjoy your sexual self, whatever that happens to be.