Single Sex!!

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Sex! Whether you’re having or your not, listen in and get a new take on being a single woman today. Drunken one-night-stands and awkward post-coital goodbyes are not for you. Neither is loneliness and shame! How do you make the first move when you are interested in a man, how do you ask a man out? What sort of outrageous things can you try on ladies night (The caucus, the Thumb point, Good Cop, Bad Cop, Exciting Careers) ? What are your inherent rights as a free, single, sexual woman in the world today. Own your sexuality and your desire to have it! Oh, and listen in to learn how to give proper Viking names to your friends, as well!

 

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Tenets 7-12 of Bewitching A Man!

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Tune in to here the second half of Ché’s laws of seduction. In this episode you’ll learn 7-12: Become The Ideal Woman, Your Dangerous Threads, Amused Indifference, Who Da Man?, Getting Down In The Sack Without Any Inhibitions, and the final tenet which will be revealed at the closing. With a special addendum detailing sexual technique (you know how Ché can digress) and the secret to the world’s best blow job- this podcast is packed with to the point, direct, information about seduction, power, confidence, and sexuality. Also, don’t forget to take Ché up on the special invitation she makes to you at the end! Do it with Ché and learn the Way of the Courtesan.

Back from the s…

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Back from the scalding desert of Black Rock City, Ché throws down six of the Twelve Tenets of Bewitching A Man. This podcast includes the important laws of seduction: The Eyes Have It, The Humor/Hard Dick Equation, To Bone or Not to Bone, Walking Into A Room, Slow Surprises, and Dulcet Tones. Holed up in Reno with her friends (the founders of the incredible www.bohocrush.com– a must see site), resting and recovering from a week of celebration at the Burning Man festival, Ché volunteers “Seduction for Dummies” giving you the first half of your ever-growing toolbox. These six bullets will help add fuel to your growing seductive fire- tune in now to get started and tune in next week for the rest of these juicy, inside tips!

 

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The 12 Tenets of Bewitching a Man! Tenets 1-6 HERE!

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The 12 Tenets of Bewitching a Man! 

Back from the scalding desert of Black Rock City, Ché throws down six of the Twelve Tenets of Bewitching A Man. This podcast includes the important laws of seduction: The Eyes Have It, The Humor/Hard Dick Equation, To Bone or Not to Bone, Walking Into A Room, Slow Surprises, and Dulcet Tones. Holed up in Reno with her friends (the founders of the incredible www.bohocrush.com– a must see site), resting and recovering from a week of celebration at the Burning Man festival, Ché volunteers “Seduction for Dummies” giving you the first half of your ever-growing toolbox. These six bullets will help add fuel to your growing seductive fire- tune in now to get started and tune in next week for the rest of these juicy, inside tips!

Beautiful Chill

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MEOW. Purrrrrrrrrrr.

I’ve settled into Boulder life just in time to get up and head East again on Friday. But, either way, in either place, fall is growing near. Today I was so thrilled just to sit at the window in the laundromat and smell the smells of clean laundry and sip a warm Hail Mary with almond milk while eyeballing my Lover across the table. It was raining and grey today with a bite to the air and both of us had that feeling of impending wildness that comes over us during the beautiful chill of the blustery, jack-o-lanterny fall season. I can’t wait to for Halloween, man. That shit is my JAM.

If, uh, anyone know anything to do in the Boulder area for Halloween…please do let me know.

Tune into the Radio Show this week for the first of two shows that reveal:

The 12 Tenets of Bewitching a Man!!

For reals.

Link to follow.

 

Loving life and my cold, pink, autumn-time nose.

Sweet & Lovely

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Good Evening, Beautifuls.

There is something to be said for being a homebody. Even my adventure at Burning Man this year was mellow and laid back. I did meet some wonderful people and was able to gaze in awe and astonishment at the things people can build with their hands and imagination.

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Burnin’ It Down

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Hello All!! 

 

Back from Burning Man and recovering from (my admittedly mild) celebration. I’m cozied up with my beautiful friends (creators of the wildly wonderful http://www.bohocrush.com) and catching up on all the things that I’ve missed this last week. Just want to touch base and let you know that photos and blogs are on the way! Here’s one of my favorite from the cameracapades! 

 

*Oh, also, those ear plugs I mentioned in the recent podcast about traveling in style are called “Quies” and are made of pure wax and cotton. Super nice. 

 

Love!

 

 

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Oh. My. Goddess? (Part II)

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Back in June I wrote a jolly long post about the phenomenon of saying “Oh my Goddess” rather than “Oh my God” and what I thought about all of that (I don’t like it. Surprise!). That post was touted as a “Part 1” of a two-part blog, the second half of which was going to be a how-to…you know, like, how to truly feel like a goddess.

To quote myself:

“How do we really feel it in our being, from head to toe to yoni? How do I empower myself as a woman (and not in the sensible-footwear, puppy-stomping, man-hating kind of way)? How do I become a representation of the Divine Feminine here on Earth?

Will it help if I let my pubic hair grow wild and free?”

Not surprisingly, these aren’t easy questions to answer. Everyone is different and despite what the media or the self-help section of Barnes and Noble, or better yet, the New Age section of Barnes and Noble, my tell you- there isn’t a series of steps or a particular foolproof method with which to actualize your goddess-hood. You kind of have to figure it out on your own.

The end.

Nah, just kidding.

But I did say that I would address those things and at the very least I want to give my opinion/personal experience:

Part two is where I tell you some of my secrets on how I do it

See? I don’t think that sentence is grammatically acceptable and it kind of pained me to copy and paste it. *grimace* ANYWAY, staying true to my word, here are five things that have helped me on my journey of feminine empowerment and divine embodiment:

1. STOP TRYING.

Ha. I’m so funny. But in all honesty, trying to/working hard to embody “the goddess” is a sure fire way to stall your process. The Goddess doesn’t try to do shit that other people are doing. I feel there is a bit of a stereotype or a generic “goddess” model that the popular spiritual mainstream offers women. An image of a curvaceous and serene, makeup-less, flowing-haired woman (add a touch of silver in that hair for good measure) with a gentle smile on her face, in some sort of angelic gown and bare feet. Whatever context in which she is presented we are able to discern that she’s at peace with herself, confident maybe? Sensual perhaps… definitely nurturing and calm. Maybe she has some kind of headband on, circa 1970 that indicates her alternative clothing choices. Alternately, and less frequently, you get the image of the Kali-type goddess. She looks wild, her sexuality is rampant…she will eat your face and your man’s face…then have wild war-sex with his near-corpse. Probably wears a lot of scandalous red colors or is nude. Yep. I like to rock that look sometimes, but what does that really tell us? You can’t really show up to your PTA meeting like that. Not, really.

Yes, these goddess stereotypes are awesome and even great aspirations if you can put your own meaning and desires behind the visuals. And I am also all for relating and communicating with known goddesses and goddess archetypes- I would be lying if I said I have never felt the literal presence of Oshun or Inanna in my life. I enjoy calling in the spirits, deities, and archetypes that I resonate with or who come to me (or I to them) during different periods in my life. It’s a blessing. But as far as striving to achieve their essence, the quintessential, letter-for-letter goddess vibe, I say, forget it. Create your own. Use their guidance to uncover your own unique and distinct divinity. Ask the Goddess to reveal your magic to you. Ask your higher self- the genderless, omniscient you: what are you the goddess of? What are your divine attributes? If you were an altar statue, what would you be holding in your hand? A lotus? A spear? Or a pair of Sennheiser headphones and a Cuisinart? Do you make really good pie and love feeding it to people? Are you physically fit and love to run? Do you have huge boobs that are abundant and beautiful? Maybe you’re an adroit problem solver. Do you make people laugh? Are you wildly practical? Knowing this and honoring it will make you feel confident, truly able to reign over your domain. Own it! It will make this whole goddess thing suddenly more accessible. Build an altar to this goddess you. I’m deadly serious. Don’t try to be all holy and ethereal about it, be REAL. Reality is magical too. What are your superpowers? I don’t know about you but I’m not interested in mimicking, I’m here to trail blaze. This kind of ties in which my number two method of empowerment…

 

2. Give nary a fuck.

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