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Sex Positive: 9 Ways to Improve Your Sexual Culture

Sexual Culture

To increase the Sexual Culture it is necessary not only to get more pleasure or to satisfy the man. Positive and open attitude to the intimate side of life will help partners to remain faithful, and society – to overcome negative stereotypes and effectively solve the problem of violence.

Sexual education is not limited to an elementary understanding of physiology and its own intimate experience. Here are some ways to form a healthy attitude towards sex and your body.

1. Learn new experiences

Part of sexual positivity – the relation to sex as a human act. Find the time to get to know the experience of those who do not share your preferences. Talk to people who have chosen polyamory, with bisexuals, with those who like fetishes, and with everyone whose idea of sex and pleasure differs from yours.

It is not necessary to study all these cultures in practice. Awareness of how other people perceive sex helps not only to understand them but also to reveal their own sexuality.

2. Do not judge others’ sexual preferences

The only thing that is important for a positive attitude towards sex is safety and harmony. How and with whom people prefer to receive an orgasm, should not affect your attitude towards them.

When people divide things into “normal” and “shameful, vulgar”, they can find a partner a pervert because of his desires or never reveal their preferences. It does not add happiness and understanding to the relationship.

Try to understand why a person gets some things. It was not possible – just avoid assessments and hasty conclusions.

3. Speak of agreement

Understanding what consent to sex is and why it is so important has not yet been fully formed in our society. Do not be shy to raise these topics with a partner, friends, family, especially if you have brothers. If we talk more often about the dangers of coercion and the importance of consent, the girls will stop being shy about their refusal, and the guys will learn to respect someone else’s decision.

4. Do not apologize for how you feel sexually

With pleasure, you will exchange a passionate evening for a good film? Wonderful. Two days without sex, and already feel like an animal? Great. Stop apologizing for your sexual feelings. Intimate experience and temperament, as well as preferences in bed, is not a reason to be ashamed. The main thing is that you feel comfortable in your sexual rhythm.

5. Encourage healthy sexual upbringing

When my menstrual period began for the first time, my mother put an encyclopedia in front of me and pointed a finger at the paragraph from which I had to find out what was happening to me. And the dull and awkward lessons of sexual education in school, I still remember with a shudder.

If, as we grew older, we talked more about the body, sex and sexuality, we would feel much more confident in this world. You are already an adult, but you can still contribute to positive sexual education. Encourage others to talk with teenagers about sex and do not be shy herself to explain frank topics to her children or sisters and brothers.

6. Love your body

Obviously, a positive attitude to sex is impossible without the love of your body. You should at least stop being ashamed of yourself. It’s not about walking around the nudist beach without embarrassment, but about not being afraid of reflecting your naked body in the mirror.

7. Do not criticize other women for sexual behaviour or appearance

It’s sad, but so far a huge number of women are behaving no wiser than residents of the Sicilian town from the movie “Malena”. The only difference is that they spill out the negative in social networks, and not through the use of assault.

Bright appearance, candid clothes, bold statements – in our society this is enough that those around you doubt your moral principles and mental abilities. Do not be like these people and do not blame anyone for appearance or defiant behaviour.

8. Keep track of your sexual health

Know your HIV status, do not hesitate to ask your partner for a certificate from a venereologist and regularly be examined yourself – also part of a positive attitude towards sex. Pay attention to your problems in sexual life: decreased libido, the inability to get an orgasm from sex with a partner. In case of any doubts about your intimate health go to a gynaecologist or sexologist.

9. Be frank with loved ones

It is not necessary to discuss your favourite poses for a family dinner with your parents. But talking about intimate details with friends or a partner is absolutely normal.

When we hide our sex life, which, incidentally, is in every adult person, we support a harmful stereotype that sex is something dirty, wrong and shameful. Discussion of intimate topics improves affinity with a partner, makes us more honest and can help someone to overcome a sexual trauma.

What do you think?

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