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Content warning: this article discusses self-harm and mental health difficulties Sex and well-being are subjects we have written about several times at FrolicMe. We are passionate about promoting the benefits associated with sexual pleasure, from the lift to our general mood and spirit to the endorphins released. We particularly love the uptick in libido and […] Continue Reading: Can sex really be good for your mental health?

The amazing Tabitha Rayne wrote this article about mental health and orgasms. It hit my feels pretty well, too. It also made me feel like I’m not alone in the world.

There are days where I realize wow, it’s been awhile since I’ve loved myself up… and think about when I’ll have time to do it. I consider pulling out my favorite toy part of my self-care routine, but my routine isn’t always on time.

When you’re down, tired, or feel disgusting or remote from yourself, sexually touching your body can feel like the very last thing that you want to do. In fact, it might not even cross your mind at all.

Tabitha Rayne, editor at FrolicMe

Tabitha knows her stuff and has openly shared her struggles with the world. She’s also one of the most patient and helpful people I know I hope to meet her someday.

Not only is she an author and editor, Tabitha is also the creator of a ride-on/grind-on sex toy called The Ruby Glow.

Make sure you check out her social media:

Instagram for Tabitha Rayne | Instagram for The Ruby Glow | Twitter for Tabitha Rayne | Twitter for The Ruby Glow

PS: FrolicMe also has a lovely selection of adult videos, erotic stories that go along with them, and if you enjoy a hands-free experience, audiorotica is on the menu. And, if you’re an erotic author, you might be interested in writing for them.


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