© of A Yates 2011

Online sex counselling service

Online support for your sex and sexuality issues

This online sex counselling service is not just about sex or sexual problems or just about looking at labels and categories such as gay bi-sexual or heterosexual and any other subdivision that someone has created to place people into handy categorised labels. This is about people, not only their sexual issues but including their personal needs, thoughts feelings and desires, sex covers a very complex area of human sexual emotional and social interaction prejudiced by religious cultural and social influences. There are lots of internet websites advising about sexuality or sexual problems, search for any topic about sex and sexuality, you will find an overwhelming list of web sites offering everything from help and support with sexual identity and help to solve various sex problems and many more. Some of them give wrong or unfounded advice, and some provide proper guidance, while some are prejudiced by religious or cultural bias.

Problems with sex and sexuality

At the most straightforward physical level, sex is an uncomplicated act, every healthy man and woman can have sex, there is nothing complicated about having sexual intercourse because nature has made it simple for people to reproduce, so what makes sex so complex? All kinds of sexual acts and sexually orientated desires are going on all the time, all around us. Not that you would notice, it’s hardly mentioned or talked about, except in hushed whispers or closely guarded conversations, not something people would generally talk about openly with their parents or workmates, why is something so familiar and so necessary kept so concealed? This is where it gets complex; sex is not just about sex when you see it in its social environment, it’s about everything but sex, the sexual act has been altered into a complex social-cultural and religious component. This is where guilt and shame have found its inheritance and continued to work its magic today. The single most significant impact on sex in society in the modern world has been the introduction of birth control allowing women the ability to choose if and when to have children, and it also gave them the freedom to enjoy and experiment with sex on their terms. Some men found it hard to adapt to the woman's new power that came from being able to approach sex with a newfound sense of control.

Therapy for your sexual problems

A sex counselling service usually defines the problems it helps by offering a categorised list of sexual issues it will deal with, often reducing the person to nothing more than a sex problem. A sex therapy service may give details like offering help with sex addiction or treating sexual fetishes as if all fetishes are wrong and should be seen as shameful; this therapy service is different. This online therapy service is about helping you as a human being, not categorising you as just a problem without feelings or emotions.

What’s the difference?

What’s the difference between a person who is gay or heterosexual and any other kind of sexuality or sexual identity such as bi-sexual? Each will have unique issues and difficulties that can affect their personal ability to live life beneficially and productively. All people will also generally have similar needs no matter what sexuality they are, both gay and bisexual people will have loving relationships and experience problems within those personal relationships just like heterosexuals. Each sexual identity will give rise to unique problems that can be seen as being different from heterosexual life experiences, and heterosexual people generally don’t have to deal with as much hate-related crime or religious intolerance, they don’t have to go through the sometimes terrifying process of telling family and friends they are not heterosexual.

life changing experience

This will be a life changing experience that can be very difficult, for all kinds of personal reasons, some are not able to take this step at this time, it must always be a personal choice if and when it happens, not forced but chosen. All people need to feel loved and needed respected and secure, and gay people are just like everyone else, they are human beings trying to live life as best they can with what they have. They suffer from depression and work pressures just like everyone else, they have their own particular strengths and weaknesses and opinions and beliefs, and they are as valuable as any other person no matter what their sexuality. Transgender and Asexual people also have their unique problems and life-changing events, any variance to the heterosexual physical model and expression or behaviour will have an impact on that person’s life in ways that will be distinct to them.

Label of love

I understand that having a label can be very important to some people, identifying with being gay or transgender can be an essential step towards accepting themselves, or feeling that they belong to something bigger. Belonging to a group can feel reassuring and supportive, but it can also be limiting and restrictive because we are much more than just any label, we are all individuals in our own right, so just because you are gay or bisexual or heterosexual you will still be seen as only you for who you are not what you are. This online sex counselling service is about supporting you to find help by assisting you as a person to understand the challenge and change all kinds of issues centred around sex and your sexuality in a safe and non-judgemental environment. The only issue that this therapy service does not deal with is any paedophilia. I will not work with people who condone sex with children in any shape or form, and you will be reported to the authorities.
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© of A Yates

Online sex counselling service

Online support for your sex and

sexuality issues

This online sex counselling service is not just about sex or sexual problems or just about looking at labels and categories such as gay bi-sexual or heterosexual and any other subdivision that someone has created to place people into handy categorised labels. This is about people, not only their sexual issues but including their personal needs, thoughts feelings and desires, sex covers a very complex area of human sexual emotional and social interaction prejudiced by religious cultural and social influences. There are lots of internet websites advising about sexuality or sexual problems, search for any topic about sex and sexuality, you will find an overwhelming list of web sites offering everything from help and support with sexual identity and help to solve various sex problems and many more. Some of them give wrong or unfounded advice, and some provide proper guidance, while some are prejudiced by religious or cultural bias.

Problems with sex and sexuality

At the most straightforward physical level, sex is an uncomplicated act, every healthy man and woman can have sex, there is nothing complicated about having sexual intercourse because nature has made it simple for people to reproduce, so what makes sex so complex? All kinds of sexual acts and sexually orientated desires are going on all the time, all around us. Not that you would notice, it’s hardly mentioned or talked about, except in hushed whispers or closely guarded conversations, not something people would generally talk about openly with their parents or workmates, why is something so familiar and so necessary kept so concealed? This is where it gets complex; sex is not just about sex when you see it in its social environment, it’s about everything but sex, the sexual act has been altered into a complex social-cultural and religious component. This is where guilt and shame have found its inheritance and continued to work its magic today. The single most significant impact on sex in society in the modern world has been the introduction of birth control allowing women the ability to choose if and when to have children, and it also gave them the freedom to enjoy and experiment with sex on their terms. Some men found it hard to adapt to the woman's new power that came from being able to approach sex with a newfound sense of control.

Therapy for your sexual problems

A sex counselling service usually defines the problems it helps by offering a categorised list of sexual issues it will deal with, often reducing the person to nothing more than a sex problem. A sex therapy service may give details like offering help with sex addiction or treating sexual fetishes as if all fetishes are wrong and should be seen as shameful; this therapy service is different. This online therapy service is about helping you as a human being, not categorising you as just a problem without feelings or emotions.

What’s the difference?

What’s the difference between a person who is gay or heterosexual and any other kind of sexuality or sexual identity such as bi-sexual? Each will have unique issues and difficulties that can affect their personal ability to live life beneficially and productively. All people will also generally have similar needs no matter what sexuality they are, both gay and bisexual people will have loving relationships and experience problems within those personal relationships just like heterosexuals. Each sexual identity will give rise to unique problems that can be seen as being different from heterosexual life experiences, and heterosexual people generally don’t have to deal with as much hate-related crime or religious intolerance, they don’t have to go through the sometimes terrifying process of telling family and friends they are not heterosexual.

life changing experience

This will be a life changing experience that can be very difficult, for all kinds of personal reasons, some are not able to take this step at this time, it must always be a personal choice if and when it happens, not forced but chosen. All people need to feel loved and needed respected and secure, and gay people are just like everyone else, they are human beings trying to live life as best they can with what they have. They suffer from depression and work pressures just like everyone else, they have their own particular strengths and weaknesses and opinions and beliefs, and they are as valuable as any other person no matter what their sexuality. Transgender and Asexual people also have their unique problems and life-changing events, any variance to the heterosexual physical model and expression or behaviour will have an impact on that person’s life in ways that will be distinct to them.

Label of love

I understand that having a label can be very important to some people, identifying with being gay or transgender can be an essential step towards accepting themselves, or feeling that they belong to something bigger. Belonging to a group can feel reassuring and supportive, but it can also be limiting and restrictive because we are much more than just any label, we are all individuals in our own right, so just because you are gay or bisexual or heterosexual you will still be seen as only you for who you are not what you are. This online sex counselling service is about supporting you to find help by assisting you as a person to understand the challenge and change all kinds of issues centred around sex and your sexuality in a safe and non-judgemental environment. The only issue that this therapy service does not deal with is any paedophilia. I will not work with people who condone sex with children in any shape or form, and you will be reported to the authorities.
Sex & SEXUALITY