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Grace Alice | Sex & Intimacy Specialist

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🍒I am a HUGE advocate of toys. The pleasure gap enrages me and frustrates me. I live for the enhancement, celebration and empowerment of ‘female’ pleasure (excuse my gendered language here but I am exploring this in quite a binary way today). I also understand that a lot of this narrative is meant in a playful, fun way and is also used to optimise reactions and therefore sales. 💰

🍒 However I still think we need to move away from this narrative as I don’t think it is very s€x positive – I think it may be harmful to men AND women. It gives off really narrow messaging around pleasure, intimacy, connection, masculinity, performance, body parts and more.

🍒 Let’s celebrate toys because they are CLASS! And keep unhelpful comparisons out of the mix 🎂🥰

🍒 As with all of my content, this will not apply to every person and situation so please navigate with personal responsibility, love, kindness, patience, empathy and critical thinking ❤️

February 20, 2022

🍒 This fact is always so comforting to me when I’m having a rough body image day or feeling disconnected from my sexuality! I will never fully behold my beauty and that is amazing.

February 19, 2022

👂🏻Listen & learn 🥰

February 17, 2022

❤️‍🩹 I will be posting more about this. The aftermath of abuse can span decades – it does not simply end once the relationship ends. We may need support long after and that’s OK ❤️

February 16, 2022

🐙 Got a new cl!t this week 🥰

February 15, 2022

 I’m going to get a little bit personal – I HATE being called “jumpy” and it happens pretty often!

👻 I am jumpy as f*ck – I jump at loud noises and sudden noises and people suddenly appearing when I’m not expecting it! It’s embarrassing and I hate it and it has been the cause for alot of laughter and teasing at my expense, but I can’t help it 🙈

👻 My old therapist explained it very well to me. In a nutshell, and not in nearly as articulate a way as he put it, we all have a ‘fire alarm’ system built into our brains (specifically in that little bit called the amygdala). The alarm system has a really important job, which is to alert us to danger and threats to our safety, like a fire alarm going off when there’s a fire, and subsequently keeping us alive 🚨

👻 For people who have experienced trauma (examples include violence, assault, abuse, etc. but trauma comes in many forms) often their fire alarm system becomes far more sensitive! It goes off when there are not real threats present – sort of like a fire alarm sounding when someone just lights up a cigarette, rather than a curtain being on fire. 🔥

👻 My amygdala loses her sh!t around loud and sudden noises, as well as crowds and sometimes, strangers, particularly strange men. Unfortunately this is just the way my brain has adapted to protect me from danger as a result of trauma, even though sometimes she ends up perceiving non-dangerous situations as dangerous. I’m always like “girllll I appreciate you but you need to chill, you’re ruining my day” 😂 but she is getting better with therapy and practice! 💪🏻🔥

👻 Anyone who struggles with this anxiety and panic and fear knows how exhausting and frustrating and frightening it can be. I see you ❤️ it’s not your fault!

👻 So please be patient with us “jumpy” huns. We can’t help it. We are *literally* wired differently. Please be gentle and compassionate with your language. Although many people are totally ok with being called jumpy and can laugh at it, for many of us it’s a reminder of our trauma and that we are in some way “damaged”, and that can sting more than a bad UTI 💥

August 20, 2020
Grace Alice Sex And Relationships Educator

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This service is fully limited to Sexuality Education. All advice is given in an honest manner and as guidance only. By using this service, you agree that you make your own decisions, relying solely on your discretion; any use you make of such answers, advice or services is at your own risk and ‘Grace Alice Sexuality Educator’ cannot be held responsible or be liable for any damages or losses resulting from your reliance on such answers or advice.

What is a peer-to-peer support session?

Firstly, let us start with what the session is not! I am not a practicing sex therapist, sexologist, medical professional, psychotherapist, psychologist, counsellor, or mental health professional. Therefore, I do not provide medical advice (although I may recommend that you seek guidance from a medical professional if appropriate) or a therapy service.

Sex & Relationships Education is a separate field to these professions, and I employ my own unique approach based on my qualifications, training, and experience. I hold an undergraduate degree in Occupational Therapy and a Masters degree in Health Promotion. I have over six years experience working as a Sex & Relationships Educator and have undergone continuous professional development and training. I also studied empathy education as a UNESCO scholar, which informs my approach. Details of my qualifications and training are available on my LinkedIn page – please see the ‘About’ page also!

Within a session, I offer a confidential and safe space for discussion of various issues relating to relationships and sexuality. I strive for a relaxed, informal vibe, where you can chat about something that you have been struggling with. I can offer a friendly and non-judgemental listening ear, suggestions on how you can approach your own personal situation, general information on the related topic(s) and details of relevant professionals, support services and organisations (usually in a follow-up email). I can accommodate sessions relating to many topics relating to relationships and sexuality – including but not limited to body image, sexual communication, consent and boundaries, protection, anatomy, vaginismus, porn, STIs and STI stigma, healthy and unhealthy relationships, gender and sexuality, pleasure, arousal, desire, infidelity, break-ups, dating, and more.  I want my clients to feel relaxed, comfortable, and free to talk without fear or shame, like they would with a very close friend!

How does a Booking work?

In a nutshell, you can contact me via the booking page on this site and request a booking. If I decide that a session with me would be a good fit for you, I will contact you and arrange a time and date!

Here is the pricing for sessions;

Standard Session1 hour€50
Student* Standard Session1 hour€40
*A valid student I.D. must be presented.  

Please note that the session must be paid for in full at least 24 hours prior to the session, using the payment method and details I will provide to you in an email. If you do not have PayPal, we can arrange another form of payment (Revolut or bank transfer – please factor in the extra time it will take you to set up an account if needed or the possible delay in bank transfers, this may slightly affect the scheduling of your session).

Due to the nature of this service, I cannot offer any refunds for any reason during or after a session.

However, if you have paid and can no longer attend the scheduled session, I can offer you a full refund if you notify me of the cancellation at least 48 hours beforehand. If you wish to reschedule, please notify me at least 48 hours before the time of the scheduled session, and we can work something out!

Am I guaranteed to have a session?

Imay choose not to do a session with you if I feel that I am unable to offer support or education relating to your situation. I will contact you to let you know if I have decided that my service is not a good fit for you, and I will offer some suggestions regarding more suitable professionals/organisations/services to contact.

Although we may chat about lots of different things during a session, if someone has clearly not been truthful in the booking form about the topic area that want to discuss and appear to have an ulterior motive in booking the session, I may choose to end the session. The same rule applies to a situation where someone is clearly not who they have stated they are in the booking form. 

I cannot offer sessions to anyone under the age of 18 years. I may choose to ask you to present a copy of a valid form of I.D. if I feel that confirmation of age is needed. Requesting to book a session indicates that you are aged 18 years or over, and that you are being truthful in disclosing your age.

If I feel that someone is being disrespectful, offensive, or inappropriate, and I feel uncomfortable, I may choose to end the session. I may also end the session if I believe that it is being recorded.

Is it all confidential?


es! Confidentiality is essential to a service like this and I will do everything in my power on my end to protect it.

Here is what I will do on my end; I will abide by GDPR guidelines and make every effort to keep all personal information relating to sessions safe. Booking requests and emails with a form attached/included will be retained for no more than 1 year. The form may be printed, and I may take notes before, during and after the session either by hand or typed. Forms, notes, and USB key will all be stored in a locked file safe in my home office. All forms and notes (hard and soft copies) will be deleted and/or destroyed after one year.  I will send you a Zoom Meeting ID and password before the session using the email address you have given me. I will use headphones and will be alone in a private space during all sessions. All  records of calls and video calls will be deleted after one year.

Please be mindful of what you choose to share within the session. I have an obligation to break confidentiality and report to Tusla and/or the Gardaí any disclosures of child abuse, sexual abuse, physical abuse and other crimes.

Here is what you must do on your end! You must not screenshot, record and/or distribute any part of your session. It is also your responsibility to protect your privacy as much as you like on your end. This may include keeping your phone password-protected, using a non-identifiable email address that does not include your name, deleting correspondence, making sure you have a private space for your session where you will not be interrupted or overheard, etc.

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