Yes Please | Tziporah Kingsbury

Yes Please | Tziporah Kingsbury

Please read, share and let us remember…that just because we don’t talk about something, choose to hide from it or by fear choose to ban it which may challenge other’s from addressing the subject, the subject of focus does not disappear.

By doing this we are creating more harm and eventually destructive behaviors.

If you think having sex or sexuality is dirty and evil, guess what, none of us would exist if our parents did not engage in such an act. Our divine existence happened through the beautiful act of our parents having sex. YES sex. 🙂

Sex is a divine merging and natural part of existence. However, when we built a world that blocks appropriate education, emotional skill building and empathy development, things get jumbled in a whirlwind of confused emotions.

The challenge at hand is that when people don’t know what to do, fear arises. Fear leads to extreme measures out of confusion. By softening our approach, it allows us to still address the issue and educate on the subject at hand.


I invite you to be still, feel your feelings, observe your breath for 3 to 5 minutes a day and take small steps to creating safety to feel again. Just stop and be with you. Stop running and avoiding.

So just a reminder to change our relationship to sexuality. We must provide safe environments with compassionate education, presence and love.

Thank you for stepping into the unknown with such bravery, courage and vulnerability.


Tziporah Kingsbury


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Tziporah is the founder of The Soulful Relating Institute, and a world-renowned transformational leader and innovator in the realms of intimacy and conscious relating. She is also the author of the newly released book, Revolutionizing Intimacy: Navigating Connection In a Disconnected World.

She has been called the “Empress of Intimacy” and a true alchemist. Tziporah leads with compassion and depth as she merges her two decades of experience and education.

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