About

My name is Lizxnn Cobalt Chrome and I’m a witch, artist, and sex educator living in New Orleans, Louisiana. I am also a queer non-binary femme and don’t like standard pronouns but will make do with “she/her.”


Bodies are weird and fascinating, which led me down a 15 year path of becoming a first-aid instructor, a certified yoga teacher, and an adult sex-ed teacher, all of which have informed my life experiment of how to play with other humans and explore the needs and desires that come along with existence. Go to my I Teach page to learn more about what classes I offer! I especially love teaching at colleges and sex shops, so get at me if you are involved in either of these types of institutions and are looking for a speaker.

In my personal life I am a kinky polyamorous demi-sexual queer. I knew most of this about myself from a pretty young age, but only recently have felt empowered to talk about it more in a public sphere. I am grateful to all of the fantastic people I’ve met along the way who have been kind and engaging in these aspects, most specifically to my old co-workers at the sex shop who are probably the smartest and most empathetic group of people I’ve ever met.

I spend most of my time contemplating desire and what makes us tick & gets us off. To this end, I have deep interests in BDSM, relationship dynamics, and personal development in pleasure and awareness. I’ll try anything twice, especially if there are cool accessories! This blog is a document of my journey through Sex and Relationships using sex toys as the conduit.

When I’m not deep in the trenches of sexuality, I can be found wandering my neighborhood with my dog, Queen, and hanging out with the plants of southern Louisiana. Or maybe floating in a body of water (pool, hot tub, the ocean- whatever is available, really.) I like the hot weather and moving very slow. I am also a habitual wearer of bold lipsticks and one of the best compliments I ever received was from a friend who told me that I “really make the glamorous corpse look work” for me.

To get in touch with me about writing, sponsorship, teaching, or writing reviews, please contact me:

idolsofsheela (a) protonmail.com

 

“Vice, Virtue. It’s best not to be too moral. You cheat yourself out of too much life. Aim above morality. If you apply that to life, then you’re bound to live life fully.” -Maude, Harold and Maude

 

Sheela na gigs are figurative carvings of naked people displaying exaggerated vulvas. They are classified as “architectural grotesques” and are found on churches, castles, and other buildings, mostly in Ireland and Great Britain. Depending on whom you ask, these carvings are said to ward off death and evil; or are signs of female lust; or representations of crone hag witches; or are fetishes celebrating fertility: all of these representations highlight the complex nature of humans and our sexualties. The “idols” are the sex toys themselves although I don’t know that I own any that represent a particular diety.

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