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Intimacy: An Erotic Card Deck
Concept by Veronica N. Chin Hing-Michaluk, LMHC
Illustrations and design by Jackson Berkley
Intimacy: An Erotic Card Deck will take you and your partner/partners through 50 questions, which have been composed by Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Veronica Chin Hing-Michaluk. Embark on a journey to explore your thoughts about sex, Self, and others. Challenge yourself to be radically honest and accepting, while connecting more deeply with others.
How to Play
This deck is designed to explore feelings around your erotic lives and create space to ask questions you may not normally think of asking. It is designed to guide your exploration on a number of topics relating to your intimate lives together. Hopefully, you will be able to learn about each other’s unspoken desires, bringing your erotic selves closer together. The characters in this deck were designed with intention to honor all bodies and relationship types. Tap the arrows to move on to the next question, taking turns to ask the prompts aloud. Each person can answer when a question is asked, though feel free to explore at your own pace. While designed for 2 or more players, Intimacy can be adapted for solo play by using the cards as daily reflection prompts.
Please recite the following commitments aloud before starting the deck, and feel free to add your own:
"I commit to openly sharing my truth."
"I commit to maintaining a curious, nonjudgmental attitude throughout this experience."
"I commit to ending the experience to process with you if I feel that I need a break."
"I commit to…"
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