Sexual liberty has to do with being willing to respect the different sexual behaviors of people.
Sexual esteem is an integral psychological aspect of sexual health, and women who have more positive views of masturbation tend to feel more in control of their sexuality and have better body image.
Freedom is such a loaded word; so, get ready to start connecting ideas, and thinking deeply with us. Our promise? We’ll take this concept and break it down and applicable to your everyday life.
From a heteronormative point of view, the first thing that comes to mind when the word sex is mentioned isn’t foreplay or oral sex, rather, it’s straight up penis penetrating a vagina. Limiting is an understatement.
We give love, that is how we relate to our lovers, so “I love to you” rather than “I love you” brings emphasis to the act of giving by the giver, and gives the receiver the chance to accept if they wish, and give in return if they should feel inclined.
Put simply, proper education and critical thinking are key, so the tools to achieve both should be as readily available as possible.
Most days, I am deeply in love with language, but on some occasions, its oppressive qualities can really get me down.