Find Freedom in Pleasure
Passion by Kait and our founder Kait Scalisi travel across the country to appear on panels and podcasts, speak to students, teach classes on freecom in pleasure, and hold events and lectures. Passion By Kait also regularly hosts a Coffee, Kegels, and Conversation gathering in our home city of New York. We are dedicated to creating safe, welcoming, engaging spaces where participants learn, share, and above all, have fun. For a schedule of upcoming appearances, click below.
Passion by Kait designs and hosts fun, informative sex workshops on every topic from foreplay to blow job techniques to sex toys to how to ask for - and get - what you want in the bedroom. This isn't your typical sex toy party! Our workshops open up genuine conversations that last long after the event is over, allowing women to make new friends or become even closer to people they’ve known for a lifetime. Our guests leave feeling excited, empowered, comfortable, and confident.
A group setting isn’t always the ideal way to ignite or re-ignite your passion, particularly for those in long-term monogamous relationships. Passion by Kait offers one-on-one, personalized sex and couple's counseling sessions on a case-by-case basis. Whether you feel your desires are misaligned, you’re stuck in a rut, or you simply want your sex to be as passionate, satisfying, and beautiful as the rest of the life you love, our counseling will be exclusively focused on your needs, challenges, and growth.
15 Reasons Why Conversations About Sex, Money, and Big Feels are So Damn Hard
Content warning: This article on why conversations about sex are hard includes mentions of sexual violence, white supremacy culture, and racist and sexist behaviors and stereotypes. “I don’t talk about this stuff with anyone.”“Every time we try to talk about sex, we end up fighting.”“You’re the first person I’ve ever told this to.”“We tried talking…
How to Fight Fairly In a Relationship: 11 Tips to Avoid Hurt Feelings
One of the most challenging relationship myths I’ve had to unlearn is that fighting is inherently bad for a relationship. No one taught me how to fight fairly in a relationship—or that fighting fair is more important than not fighting at all! Growing up, I heard all about how my parents never fought before their…
From Urinary Incontinence to Pelvic Pain: How to Talk About Sex Health Issues with Your Partner
A previous version of this article on how to talk about sex issues with your partner Blood + Milk. This article has been updated with current information. Dealing with healths issue can be, well, a pain; but managing pelvic, genital, or sexual health struggles is made harder by society’s taboo surrounding these topics. The shame…