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FEMALE SEXUALITY

FIND YOUR SEXY SUPERPOWER

“Women don’t even like sex,” “men are more easily turned on,” “men are naturally more sexual,” heard these before?  These are common myths in our society that make women afraid of their own sexuality and worst HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH REALITY. The truth is - women are just as sexual, just as easily turned on. It’s the nonsense taboo we need to break - so we can unlock our true potential as sexual beings.

FEMALE SEXUALITY

FIND YOUR SEXY SUPERPOWER

“Women don’t even like sex,” “men are more easily turned on,” “men are naturally more sexual,” heard these before?  These are common myths in our society that make women afraid of their own sexuality and worst HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH REALITY. The truth is - women are just as sexual, just as easily turned on. It’s the nonsense taboo we need to break - so we can unlock our true potential as sexual beings.

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FIGHT LIKE A GIRL! 

Sex is a huge part of human nature - how we express ourselves, connect to other humans and feel joy. So to hinder this part of us because of slut-shaming is really unfair. For women, to connect with their sexuality is liberating and empowering.

Why is female sexuality repressed

This is complicated. But it has a lot to do with control; patriarchy uses our bodies and desires against us. It shames women for being human, having desires, and in this way keeps us under control.

How can we change this?

How to overcome repressed sexuality? By being LOUD! Talking about female sexuality, normalizing female pleasure and prioritizing female needs is the only way we can find ourselves having a better, healthier relationship with our sexuality.

FIGHT LIKE A GIRL! 

Sex is a huge part of human nature - how we express ourselves, connect to other humans and feel joy. So to hinder this part of us because of slut-shaming is really unfair. For women, to connect with their sexuality is liberating and empowering.

Why is female sexuality repressed

This is complicated. But it has a lot to do with control; patriarchy uses our bodies and desires against us. It shames women for being human, having desires, and in this way keeps us under control.

How can we change this?

How to overcome repressed sexuality? By being LOUD! Talking about female sexuality, normalizing female pleasure and prioritizing female needs is the only way we can find ourselves having a better, healthier relationship with our sexuality.

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VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

AFTER I DISCOVERED MY SEXUALITY I became powerful. My confidence grew and I felt like I could do anything.

- Meshell -

NORMALIZE FEMALE PLEASURE!

The consequences of this repression are clear. Ever heard of the “orgasm gap” or “pleasure gap”? It is the name given to the ability of women to enjoy themselves in sex in comparison to men. Something that happens because not enough information is given about how the female body works, and women are shamed for speaking up about their needs.

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The pleasure gap also denounces disparity between how queer women and straight women enjoy sex. A research found 66% of straight women were able to orgasm every time they had sex - against 86% of lesbian women. Why? Not because lesbians are naturally better in bed, that’s for sure! Actually, because men are too focused on their own pleasure - and there’s not enough opening in a lot of straight relationships for communication regarding sex.

NORMALIZE FEMALE PLEASURE!

The consequences of this repression are clear. Ever heard of the “orgasm gap” or “pleasure gap”? It is the name given to the ability of women to enjoy themselves in sex in comparison to men. Something that happens because not enough information is given about how the female body works, and women are shamed for speaking up about their needs.

The pleasure gap also denounces disparity between how queer women and straight women enjoy sex. A research found 66% of straight women were able to orgasm every time they had sex - against 86% of lesbian women. Why? Not because lesbians are naturally better in bed, that’s for sure! Actually, because men are too focused on their own pleasure - and there’s not enough opening in a lot of straight relationships for communication regarding sex.

ARTICLE: 10 positions in which women reach orgasm better

CELEBRATE YOUR FEMININITY WITH

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VIVA LA VULVA!

Vulvas and vaginas are two separate things. The vulva is the outside part, while the vagina is the inside. Vulvas are composed of the outer labia, inner labia, and clitoris. Did you know the visible part of the clitoris is just a tiny part of it? ¾ of this organ are actually inside the body. There are two openings in the vulva: The urethra and the vaginal canal.

All vulvas look different! Do NOT believe mainstream porn. There is no “one-size-fits-all” mold. Our genitals - just like the rest of ourselves, are unique, and that’s the beauty of it. To celebrate the vulva is a rebellious act - since it is a symbol of female sexuality. To this day, one of the biggest taboos in our society.

ARTICLE: WHY YOUR VULVA IS A TRUE MIRACLE

VIVA LA VULVA!

Vulvas and vaginas are two separate things. The vulva is the outside part, while the vagina is the inside. Vulvas are composed of the outer labia, inner labia, and clitoris. Did you know the visible part of the clitoris is just a tiny part of it? ¾ of this organ are actually inside the body. There are two openings in the vulva: The urethra and the vaginal canal.

All vulvas look different! Do NOT believe mainstream porn. There is no “one-size-fits-all” mold. Our genitals - just like the rest of ourselves, are unique, and that’s the beauty of it. To celebrate the vulva is a rebellious act - since it is a symbol of female sexuality. To this day, one of the biggest taboos in our society.

ARTICLE: WHY YOUR VULVA IS A TRUE MIRACLE

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