The best foreplay is good communication.
Talking about sex ruins sex.
If you’re talking about it, there is a problem.
Great sex should just happen naturally.
These are damaging myths about sex.
Talking about sex can be squirmy. It certainly is for us sometimes! Just like anything else, it becomes more comfortable the more you do it.
Our focus is healthy sexual communication. From casual sex to committed relationships, the ability to express your sexual needs and desires leads to better, more satisfying experiences.
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We create entertaining, educational, and erotic content that explores everything from the yikes-so-squirmy to the squirm-so-good, and the vulnerability that ties it all together.
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Nookie is a game designed to spark intimate, playful, and honest conversations about sexuality.
We each bring a unique perspective to the topic of sex. Past experiences, porn, how family talked (or didn’t talk) about sex, religious beliefs, and school sex education are some of the many facets that influence how we develop our sexuality over time. For many, this can be hard to talk about.
Talking about sex does not only have to be hard, it can be also be fun and hot. We created Nookie to offer a space have fun with topic of sex. These 90 playful prompts will get you laughing and connecting with friends and lovers alike.
Kels is a producer, businesswoman, and sex and relationship enthusiast. She never underestimates the power of a good story or a good spreadsheet.
In tandem with a career in project management and marketing, she has been writing, directing, producing and performing for film and theater since 2013.
Kels believes the core of a good business, production, or sexual experience is the same: being attuned to other people and aware of their sweet spots. She’s committed to restoring education to its natural state — enticing.
Tess uses her experience as a researcher to establish a data-driven foundation for Squirm. She holds a master's degree from the University of Amsterdam where she researched the intersection of sex education and pornography.
Tess has organized events featuring sex educators, filmmakers, and academics with the goals of celebrating erotic culture and destigmatizing talking about sex. She is a feminist erotic film enthusiast and is always looking ahead to the next indie film festival.
Tess and Kels give enthusiastic consent to receive your squirmy questions, tales from squirmland, tried and true squirm tips, and dirty jokes.