Kat Stark - Yelling in Pasties

Kat Stark - Yelling in Pasties

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Twenty years into her marriage, Kat and her husband faced head-on the great underlying fear of most monogamous people: My partner wants to have sex with other people. For them, that truth led to a rollercoaster of new sexual and romantic adventures...

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But We Scheduled This Months Ago

November 2 | by Kat Stark | Blog

You've all gotten together after much planning and discussions of fantasies you all want fulfilled but when you get to the moment, people aren't always up for it and it's important to know that it's okay to opt-out.

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The Lonely Pervert

October 19 | by Kat Stark | Blog

Breaching the walls of decorum and what we 'should' talk about is one of my favourite things and I revel in the friendships that include that element.

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When Love Gets in the Way

July 13 | by Kat Stark | Blog

I have been guilty of hanging onto things for far too long that weren't good for me or the other person because I loved them. We weren't in the same place mentally and emotionally.

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Podcast Episode 12: Impermanence, Breakups, and Relationship Transitions

July 1 | with "Serious" Flick Morrison & Kat Stark | Podcasts

Not every relationship lasts forever--Whaaa?--turns out that happily ever after was kind of a fraudulent bill of goods we were sold as kids watching Disney movies. Relationships end or sometimes transition into subtly or entirely different forms.

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I'm Socially Awkward and Dating is a Hellscape

October 14, 2016 | with Kat Stark | Blog

Intimacy is incredibly difficult for me. Talking and socializing and revealing myself personally is much more intimate and vulnerable than sex is for me. I definitely need to feel like I have a social rapport before I have sex, but basically once I've established the other person I'm attracted to isn't a psycho, or a Republican, I'm good to go.

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The Meet Up

August 26, 2015 | by Kat Stark | Blog

I looked nervously around the room and then went with the only one I've got. I grabbed Will's face and kissed him. My stomach dropped in that wonderful little flip as his tongue slid into my mouth, and I knew we weren't going to have any troubles on the chemistry front.

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