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Everybody has a strong opinion about sex. Nobody is neutral. Throughout history, societies have either being pro-sex or against sex.
On the one hand, sex positive societies celebrate sexual energy and promote rituals and space for honouring our life-force and sexual expression. Contrastingly, sex negative societies enforce restrictions and laws to confine our sexual freedom. They punish transgression and promote the diffusion of limiting beliefs around sexuality.
Interestingly, the most sexually repressed societies are often the most violent ones. Did you ever notice that?
With all the drastically conflicting messages that we are bombarded with from our confused society, it’s no wonder so many of us feel perplexed about the topic.
“Be sexy, be desirable, be a fantasy”
“Sex is a sin, sex is dirty, sex is shameful and you should feel guilty about your fantasies.”
“Have multi-orgasmic sex every night, otherwise your marriage is a failure”
“Your body and your body fluids are disgusting”
The truth is, we live in a sexually wounded society. Everywhere we look the media portrays images of unrealistic yet “desirable” beauty. As a result we have been inculcated with low self esteem and an insatiable craving to achieve this unachievable, unrealistic “beauty”.
I don’t want to live in this world.
I want to be able to speak my truth and own my pleasure. I want to love and accept my body, my curves, my smells, my taste. I want to honour my fantasies, role play them with curiosity and fun, and follow the wisdom of my womb. I want to allow the fire of my pussy to guide me when I feel lost. I want to be free to express myself and be proud of it.
Which world do you want to live in?