Coming from Northern New South Whales in Australia, Juliet Allen has a fresh approach to sexuality coaching. Her thought? Being in touch with your sexuality will open your life in mind-blowing ways, in & out of the bedroom. After exploring her online courses we knew we had to chat with her…
EYES & EDGE: First of all, tell us how you got into your career. What sparked your interest in sexuality coaching?
Juliet Allen: Well, since I can remember I’ve been really in tune with my sensuality and sexuality. I spent some of my teenage years in north-east Brazil and I feel that the Brazilian culture had a huge impact on my ability to feel comfortable and sexy in my body. I spent my 20’s teaching yoga but always had a feeling that it wasn’t deep enough … so I studied a Masters in Sexology and immediately felt like it was my life purpose to empower others to feel sexually free and alive.
E&E: How do you approach the topic of sex with different types of people? Juliet: Easily … I tune into where people are at within their own sexuality and sexual confidence and naturally approach the topic from that space. I’m a people person, and I feel comfortable talking about sex, so talking to different types of people about sex comes naturally for me.
Up in Canada, the annual festival Shambhala is a spectacle. Electronic music seems to pulsate from the trees & forrest for days. Our neighbors to the north sure do know how to party!
They brought out a huge selections of top electronic & EDM acts such as J Phlip, Kill the Noise, Barisone, Stylust Beats, The Librarian, Mad Zach & many more. More than 11,000 people headed to Salmo River Ranch to dance in the British Columbia woods. This year, fires threatened the festival and there was a lot of talk about shutting it down early. Never fear though, the show went on even though several artist weren’t able to make it.
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Words by: DJ 2 Chainz brought the trap to a sold out Roseland crowd this past Saturday. The trap came equipped with a trap nurse, trapground dancers, and a trap choir. The trap was also wheelchair accessible. The Atlanta rapper broke his leg a couple months into his tour. Thankfully he wasn’t deterred. 2 Chainz adapted and hit the road with a trapped out wheelchair and a “badbody” nurse. Toss in the trapground dancers with a choir and you have yourself an instant trapover.
Tity Two Necklaces gave fans a blast from the past with his set. Songs like the Playaz Circle classic “Duffle Bag Boy” and “No Lie” had the crowd singing every word. With hits dating back to 2009, 2 Chainz has not only made a lot of good music, he’s also been apart of good music too. For Chainz to be around for as long as he has and consistently put out hit records, is nothing to be scoffed at. Some would even argue he’s one of the Godfathers of new Atlanta rappers. After all, Kanye wouldn’t put him on the G.O.O.D Music label if he didn’t make… well good music. READ MORE
Each year, the summer-camp-like festival takes over Pendarvis Farm for an epic Pickathon experience. Just a handful of miles outside of Portland, it’s a popular destination for the town to frolic in the woods. This year the magic continued with acts like Xenia Rubinos, Drive By Truckers, DeerTick , Courtney Marie Andrews, The Last Artful, Dodgr & Black Milk.
Festival favorite & stand out act was Tank & The Bangas out of New Orleans. We caught up with the vibrant crew to take some photos & they had the best energy! All in all? The line up & music was much more diverse than in years past & we loved it. Pickathon is a Portland must each summer!