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Female sexuality:

stigmatized, misunderstood, fabulous!

Women are wonderful! And that with all their (sexual) needs, peculiarities and desires. But unfortunately not everyone always saw and see it that way. The history of femininity and especially of female sexuality is full of constraints, prohibitions and misunderstandings. And it is marked by the struggle for equality and self-determination. The last centuries show why you should proudly scream your femininity into the world right now; why you should show everyone how great it is to be a woman and why it is worth your while to work every day for an open female sexuality.

Female sexuality:

stigmatized, misunderstood, fabulous!

Women are wonderful! And that with all their (sexual) needs, peculiarities and desires. But unfortunately not everyone always saw and see it that way. The history of femininity and especially of female sexuality is full of constraints, prohibitions and misunderstandings. And it is marked by the struggle for equality and self-determination. The last centuries show why you should proudly scream your femininity into the world right now; why you should show everyone how great it is to be a woman and why it is worth your while to work every day for an open female sexuality.

Female sexuality:

stigmatized, misunderstood, fabulous!

Women are wonderful! And that with all their (sexual) needs, peculiarities and desires. But unfortunately not everyone always saw and see it that way. The history of femininity and especially of female sexuality is full of constraints, prohibitions and misunderstandings. And it is marked by the struggle for equality and self-determination. The last centuries show why you should proudly scream your femininity into the world right now; why you should show everyone how great it is to be a woman and why it is worth your while to work every day for an open female sexuality.

A storyfull of limitations

The fact that you can wear what you want, love who you want and sleep with whom you want is due to the work of many courageous women. For female sexuality has always been suppressed and the reasons for this were manifold: in addition to the physical superiority of the man, from the very beginning also the natures of both sexes have a role to play.While most men wanted to dominate and establish their status in the community, women often wanted to create harmony. This mixture gave rise to social patterns that made it easier for men to find their way to education and positions of power.

Let's take a short trip through history:

Stone Age - the time of fear

When manhood as a species was still in its infancy, it only made sense for men to oppress women in their sexuality. They wanted a monogamous woman so that they could be sure that the child they had together was really theirs. No man wanted to care for someone else's child in times, in which he had to bring himself for food in life-threatening danger.

Antiquity - sexual freedom

Fortunately, women's sexual freedoms also changed after the emergence of different peoples and cultures. People became more self-determined - depending on their culture - and were able to live out their lives. In Greece, for example, pleasure houses or erotic bathhouses were the order of the day. Homosexuality was also completely commonplace - an attitude that we had to regain centuries later.

The Middle Ages - the Word of God

With the spread of Christianity and other faiths, many of the freedoms were again invalidated. During this time, a church morality developed which was hostile to sexuality and to which women were subjected. Infidel spouses were even executed, while the men were allowed to have unbridled fun. In arranged marriages, children were usually still married to each other. Many women tried to escape and went to the monastery. Some even mutilated themselves to avoid marital rape. They were only allowed to live out their lust in secret. One result: Erotic novels, such as that of the author Marie de France, who gave women at least in this world every freedom.

I give you my love and my body, make me your lover! Quote Mariede France, Bisclavret, ca. 1170

Early modern times - breathe a sigh of relief

Even if the traditions were still strict, women were allowed to live out their sexuality more strongly again after the Middle Ages. Only nobles and rich classes were still forcibly married. It was not until the end of the early modern era that philosophers began to take a critical view of female sexuality again. For her, it was something animal that had to be bridled and that did not suit the fine ladies of society.

Modern times - finally free?

After Freud invented the concept of libido, sexuality was also considered psychologically for the first time. According to the neurologist, the suppression of desire led to neuroses. Sexuality should therefore be lived out urgently. After the first condoms came onto the market and the pill offered reliable contraception, women could be a little freer again. They didn't always have to live in fear of getting pregnant from a one-night stand or an affair. And still today, women in many cultures are not free to decide about their sexuality. In Germany alone, rape in marriage only became punishable in 1997.


The female anatomy:
The Great Unknown One?

You feel like you really know and understand your body well? Then congratulations! Because female sexuality, unlike that of men, has not been explored for a long time. And even today, in contrast to male sexuality, it is absolutely new territory for research.

In the Middle Ages it was even assumed that women also had semen that had to be mixed with the male semen in order to have a child. Today we're smarter! At least almost. If you ask people what the female counterpart of the penis is, many answer "vagina". However, this is completely wrong. Because the vagina is only the small, inner part of the female sex. The vulva is the real miracle of your body (read more about it in our next article). This complexity also (fortunately) ensures that women can be stimulated in a much more varied way. Pure penetration rarely makes us happy. Mechanical stimuli must mate with emotional influences in order for us to have sex or want to mate. Even today, not all areas of female pleasure are fully explored. So we can look forward to further discoveries. In the meantime, it has even been proven that women can get an erection several times a day. So we have a long and hopefully satisfying journey ahead of us.

The female anatomy:The Great Unknown One?

You feel like you really know and understand your body well? Then congratulations! Because female sexuality, unlike that of men, has not been explored for a long time. And even today, in contrast to male sexuality, it is absolutely new territory for research.

In the Middle Ages it was even assumed that women also had semen that had to be mixed with the male semen in order to have a child. Today we're smarter! At least almost. If you ask people what the female counterpart of the penis is, many answer "vagina". However, this is completely wrong. Because the vagina is only the small, inner part of the female sex. The vulva is the real miracle of your body (read more about it in our next article). This complexity also (fortunately) ensures that women can be stimulated in a much more varied way. Pure penetration rarely makes us happy. Mechanical stimuli must mate with emotional influences in order for us to have sex or want to mate.

Even today, not all areas of female pleasure are fully explored. So we can look forward to further discoveries. In the meantime, it has even been proven that women can get an erection several times a day. So we have a long and hopefully satisfying journey ahead of us.

The female anatomy:

The Great Unknown One?

You feel like you really know and understand your body well? Then congratulations! Because female sexuality, unlike that of men, has not been explored for a long time. And even today, in contrast to male sexuality, it is absolutely new territory for research.


In the Middle Ages it was even assumed that women also had semen that had to be mixed with the male semen in order to have a child. Today we're smarter! At least almost. If you ask people what the female counterpart of the penis is, many answer "vagina". However, this is completely wrong. Because the vagina is only the small, inner part of the female sex. The vulva is the real miracle of your body (read more about it in our next article). This complexity also (fortunately) ensures that women can be stimulated in a much more varied way. Pure penetration rarely makes us happy. Mechanical stimuli must mate with emotional influences in order for us to have sex or want to mate.

Even today, not all areas of female pleasure are fully explored. So we can look forward to further discoveries. In the meantime, it has even been proven that women can get an erection several times a day. So we have a long and hopefully satisfying journey ahead of us.

These tips can help you,to be more self-confident with your sexuality and to have (even) more fun with being a woman:


1: Do not stop sexafter the satisfaction of the man!

This thinking is outdated and has its origin in the history in which women had to satisfy men. And let's be honest: Men also like it when you demand your share of the cake.

2: Say what you want!

Speaking of claiming: This applies not only at the climax, but also before and after it. Say what you like and what you want to try. There are still far too few women who dare, even though many men love just that.

3: Explore yourself!

To know what you want, you have to find out. And that can only happen if you embark on your sexual journey. Fortunately, women are only at their sexual peak from the age of 30 on average. And that's not the end of it. So it's gonna be exciting.

4: Forget social norms!

Live your sexuality, even if it's not social. You're not a slut when you have changing partners and you're no less "ladylike" when you say what you want. When many women live more freely, the image of women also changes and social norms change. So it's in your hand!

written by Julia Burghardt


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