6:13 – All of our bodies are different, we’re capable of different thigns. Really, all that it comes down to is finding the kind of stimulation that works for you. So instead of feeling guilty or deficient or like there’s something wrong with you, direct all that attention to figuring out what you actually like, what does feel good in your body.
The truth is, everyone is equal and valuable, and everyone is necessary, but there tends to be a dismissal of certain groups. I’m not here to tell guys that it’s their responsibility to come to a woman’s rescue. Women are more than capable of handling themselves, and have been doing so wonderfully for years. What I am saying is, as one man to another man, examine your own mind-set. Examine what makes you tick. Because if you feel that you are more valuable than your wife and kids, that’s a problem.
Image source and full article: http://www.damemagazine.com/2015/03/06/terry-crews-feminist-millions-have-died-because-male-pride
1.) “Does the G-spot really exist and, if so, where is it?”
2.) “Does the vagina become loose if women have a lot of sex?”
3.) “Is it possible for a woman to reach orgasm from vaginal penetration alone?”
4.) “Do all women have a hymen that ruptures the first time they have sex?”
5.) “Do women enjoy deep penetration during vaginal sex?”
Image source and answers: http://www.lehmiller.com/blog/2015/2/19/5-common-questions-about-vaginas
By only valuing the narrative of NO SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE and not valuing any other narrative we miss all the other stories of how God is working in remarkable ways to bless, teach, guide and nourish. [Not to mention how we silence, dismiss and reject hundreds of people in a way Jesus would never do.] Remarkable stories of sweet, loving, committed relationships that unfold gently emotionally, spiritually and physically in ways both people are grateful even when the relationship does not last.
Image source and full article: http://blog.tinaschermersellers.com/2013/09/13/virginity-is-not-the-issue/
There have been so many ridiculous and offensive messages, too many to count or read. Many I’m not even comfortable sharing in this essay.
“Do you taste like chocolate?”
“Is it true what they say about black girls?”
“I’d love to slap dat big juicy booty.”
Once a guy was good enough to message me just to tell me that I look like “something you find in the zoo.”
Image source and full article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/xojane-/i-wasnt-prepared-for-the-horror-story-that-is-online-dating-while-black_b_6490546.html
“We were brought up for generations with people thinking it wasn’t O.K. to name these body parts. That’s why we need ‘The Penis Opera.’ We need to talk about sexuality.”
Yet what that conversation should include is far from settled. In 1913, Chicago’s became the first major school system in the United States to include sexuality as a subject. More than 100 years later, there is still no standardized curriculum.
Image source and full article: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/29/magazine/lets-talk-frankly-about-sex.html?_r=0