Sex is a lot less taboo than it used to be and I’m happy about that. Because we’ve finally gotten to the point where we are more likely to be supported when we open up about how we feel sexually. But don’t let this fool you. We still have such a long way to go.
One of the starting points to get there though, should be everyone EMBRACING their sexuality. There are still so many people out there that are against sex as if it’s this horrible thing. When in reality, sex is one of the most amazing things we can experience as humans.
Sex is one of the most amazing things we can experience as humans.
Sex is the reason we are alive. It’s nothing dirty or shameful. It’s fun and can help you connect to your partner in a deeper way. And of course, it feels fucking amazing and you can’t deny that.
Every single person whether straight or part of the LGBTQ+ community, needs to embrace their sexuality. Stop letting your fear over what other people might think of you hold you back. Live your best life. Live your life the way you want. For every person that finds distaste in your sexuality or the way you’re embracing it, there’s several others who will support you and lift you up, so stop hiding from the world and mostly, stop hiding from yourself.
It’s like when schools try to teach abstinence. We know it doesn’t work. We’re wired to have sex. Our hormones drive the way we think, feel and live our lives. When we deny our sexual desires, we are essentially denying a large piece of our lives and that’s no way to live.
I also believe that our sexuality is no one’s business. If you want to have sex with different people because you don’t feel like a relationship is right for you I say as long as you’re being safe, fucking go for it. Male or female. The slut-shaming needs to end. I can think of a hundred different things that would be so much worse to do than sex.
- Robbing people
- Assaulting People
- Robbing Banks
Alright… I think you get my point.
If you love sex and you already freely embrace your sexuality, drop a comment below saying “I love sex.” Don’t hold back. Don’t worry what people might think if they see it. Do this for yourself.
Embrace your sexuality.