Sex can have different meanings. It can be used to refer to whether a baby is seen as male or female. The context I’m using is sexual relations of some type, a sex act of some description, whether by one or more individuals.
Part of my role as a counsellor and psychosexual therapist is education, helping people to have more enjoyable and rewarding sexual relationships and experiences.
Whether talking about masturbation, vaginal, oral, anal or any other type my aim is to help your sexual experience be more enjoyable and fulfilling.
In talking about sex I recognise and acknowledge that some people are asexual, having no sexual desire, which is absolutely fine.
Asexual people, though lacking sexual attraction to any gender, might engage in purely romantic relationships, while others might not. There are asexual-identified individuals who feel sexual attraction but not the inclination to act on it because they have no true desire or need to engage in sexual or non-sexual activity (cuddling, hand-holding, etc.). Other asexuals engage in cuddling or other non-sexual physical activity. Some asexuals participate in sexual activity out of curiosity. Some may masturbate as a solitary form of release, while others do not feel a need to do so.
I’m happy and comfortable to discuss any aspect of sex with you.