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Maybe the secret to happiness and confidence is stepping into who you are.

Have you ever…

Wanted to kick up the spice level in your relationship, but were afraid to ask for what you really wanted?

Obsessively replayed the sex scenes from 50 Shades of Grey over and over again in your mind, secretly yearning to be dominated yourself?

Wanted to bring some kinky play into your sex life, but didn’t know or where to start?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

When people ask me how I first became interested in the kink lifestyle, I have one word: Aladdin.

You know that scene where Jasmine is captured by Jafar, shackled, and thrown into an hourglass?

 

As a kid, I couldn’t help but rewind and replay that scene over and over. Sure, I was only four the first time I watched it and couldn’t even articulate what sex was, never mind kink. But as I sat glued to the screen, watching her clothing change from blue to red, something just… clicked.

Years later it finally hit me – kink is simply something we all have, whether we’re aware of it or not. You don’t suddenly become kinky because you watch Fifty Shades of Grey (or in my case, Aladdin).

What if you're ready to stop fantasizing and actually explore your desires?

Figuring out where to start or what you’d actually like to try can be daunting, especially if you’re trying to figure it out all on your own.

When you don’t know who to ask or where to turn to for advice, where do you go? Google, right? Sure, you can spend a hours sifting through the Google search results for “how to be kinky,” but chances are you won’t end up much further ahead than where you started.

Much of the info out there about kink can be inaccurate, misleading or just plain bad. So you end up wasting hours in front of your computer screen, or fantasizing about what could be – instead of actually fulfilling your desires.

So let’s ditch the confusion and finally get you some info you can trust, and more importantly, put into action!

I help women learn how to express themselves in a safe, confident and fun way, so they can gain a new level of fulfillment both inside and out of the bedroom.

It’s time to put an end to the self-judgement, shame, and stigma you have about exploring your desires and (finally) get comfortable with expressing your “kinky side.”

Ready? I will show you how.

“Veronica is amazing! After speaking with her, I talked to my husband about kink and I would have never done it before. This is the beginning of something beautiful, and it all started with me stepping out of my comfort zone.” -Lenora

Here’s what your Desires Laid Bare membership includes:

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Community. Courses. Coaching.

Desires Laid Bare is a membership site that combines community, coaching, and courses to help people gain the confidence and courage they need to safely explore their (kinky) desires.

 

 

Within Desires Laid Bare, you’ll find…

 

  • A supportive community of like-minded, kink-curious people – There are many other women out there on a similar journey to you, who are starting to explore their deepest desires for the first time and take charge of what they want. Desires Laid Bare is a safe gathering space where you can connect, learn and even share your wins with each other as you begin to live your life with unapologetic freedom.

 

  • Expert mentorship and guidance – I’ve been a member of the kink community for years. I love sharing my knowledge and helping beginners start to celebrate and embrace kink in their lives. Myself along with guest experts will be hosting live Q&A calls and workshops, and be available in the forum to answer your questions and engage in conversation on all things kink.

 

  • Actionable learning opportunities – Every month, you’ll receive access to a new e-course on a relevant topic. The goal of these courses is to provide you with short and sweet doses of structured learning information that you can immediately take and apply to your life. Each course will include supplementary worksheets, checklists, reference guides and more to help you fully immerse yourself in that month’s topic.

What does it mean to be kinky anyways?

That’s entirely up to you! At Desires Laid Bare, we help guide you to defining that for yourself.

For me, kink is about embracing and exploring any area of your sexuality, relationships or lifestyle in a way that’s against the grain of what society expects of you.

Here’s what fellow DLB members say about what being kinky means to them:

“being kinky means being confident enough to ask for and fulfill my fantasies. Sometimes it means being willing to try something new and laugh like crazy if it doesn’t work out. To me, kink is about having fun, being creative and finding joy in my sexuality.” —Rebecca

“Being kinky is going out at 2 am jogging nude!” —David

“Being kinky for me is about exploring what is exciting my relationship: my significant other consensually giving me control over her mind, body, and soul.” —C

So if you’re ready to…

  • Gain the confidence to ask for what you want in the bedroom AND other areas of your life
  • Learn what kind of toys, methods and other tools might be in the kink treasure chest that you don’t yet even yet know you want to try
  • Unleash your inner vixen and finally take action towards fulfilling your deepest fantasies and desires
  • Learn how to explore kink in a safe and fun way, without the shame, guilt or embarrassment
  • Create stronger connections with yourself, your partner and a community of amazing supporters

Exploring kink for good (causes)!

 

Women’s empowerment is huge for me, both within Desires Laid Bare and beyond. Every quarter, we’ll be making a donation to organizations that center around allowing women to take control of their bodies and their lives, including Planned Parenthood, domestic violence shelters and organizations working to end female genital mutilation.

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“It’s actually kind of freeing for me… I never ever talk about kink, I only told my best friend once. Talking with Veronica has helped me bring up things to my significant other that I was missing in our relationship.”  -Sabrina