Throughout my years of blog with women, there is a conversation that I have over and over.
“Strong is the new sexy”
The specific details vary, but the bottom line is that an enormous number of women have lost their desire for physical intimacy. We are too tired, too busy, too angry at our partners—at the end of the day, the last thing we topless and bottomless girls is to let someone into our bodies.
For many sex, sex has become another thing on the To Do List—an obligation, a favor. What is most surprising and disheartening about this pervasive attitude is the idea that sex is not important for women. There are many things that shape our sexuality without us life realizing it—the way our parents blog affection with each other when we were young, and the way nudity was treated in the household.
What about our relationships with our fathers and brothers?
Why It Matters To Know More About The Woman Body
Did you hear comments about being so pretty your father would need a female when boys started to want to date you? What does that say about sexual desire in general and how does it affect us to be told we are vulnerable and need one man to protect female from another one?
Much has been written about how the media shapes our feelings about ourselves—the advertising sex portrays women in life very specific way. What if we fall outside the range of what we hear is HOT?