I knew nothing about pleasure, or what women think and feel about sex, as a teenager growing up in the 90s, in a dry, dusty town.
Sex education at my high school was clinical and dry. It focused on how not to get pregnant, or catch a disease. There was very little education on how to conduct yourself in a relationship. None at all about the spectrum of sexual tastes, interests, desires and orientations. And especially, nothing that would relate to what women think and feel about sex. Continue reading “What I didn’t know about sex as a teenager”
I hesitated a while before launching this blog. I have a lot of self-doubt, and a big fear of writing about sex. Maybe nobody will want to listen to me; maybe I have nothing of interest to say.
And then I realised how much my fears about putting the first blog out there, correspond with how I feel about sex, and sexuality, and sex-positivity, and kink/BDSM, and play parties, and poly/open relationships, and the whole colourful circus that I’m dabbling in. Continue reading “My first blog post: Tackling my fear of writing about sex with curiosity”