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October 21, 2019

Sexuality Superheroes: Jade the Erotic Storyteller

Sexuality Superheroes_ Jade the Erotic Storyteller

Say hello to our newest Sexuality Superhero, Jade the Erotic Storyteller. Jade is a sexuality liberated writer and expressionist. Or should I say ‘sex-pressionist’? She is the author of two books, Passion After Dark 1 & 2, a podcaster and speaker. Check out Jade’s feature below to learn more!

How did you find yourself working in sexuality?

It began with my writing. Telling stories from a realistic perspective made my work relatable. Through my writing I came to learn so much about my own sexuality, then soon discovered women and men who dealt with very similar situations. Left and right people began to share their kinkiest secrets and fears. From there, my calling became clear to me.

What is the best part of the job?

Being able to connect with women and men who were once afraid to discuss sex openly.

What is the most challenging part of the job?

Censorship. It makes it difficult at times to promote my work. It’s unfortunate that my work falls under an umbrella of illegal sex work.

What is your most important piece of advice that has the potential to revolutionize sex and/or relationships?

Remember that you aren’t alone in your sexual experiences. Many times we fall into a dark space due to trauma or lack of understanding. We become ashamed and resistant. However, once you realize that although your experience may be unique to you, you are not alone. Several women and men have endured the same thing. Through sharing your story you’ll find the help you need and in return, you’ll help others.

What do you do to decompress and take care of  given that you spend so much time helping and caring for others?

This is an excellent question because I’m still trying to find ways to decompress. Recently, I’ve found myself enjoying solo strolls through nearby parks. Yet, I think it’s time to settle on more extensive self-care.

What do you want people to know about your work as a relationship counselor and psychosexual therapist?

This question does not apply to me entirely. Becoming a certified sexpert or relationship counselor is definitely a goal in the near future. What I want people to know about the work I’m currently doing is that my heart is all in. Sex should be a natural conversation. My mission is to do whatever it takes to normalize that conversation within our community.

Where can we learn more about your work?

You can learn more about my work through:

Is there anyone you’d recommend we feature in an upcoming ’Sexuality Superhero’ post?

I would like to recommend Many from the WhorEible Decisions podcast. She’s not an expert but she is also doing the work.

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