How to Be Sex Positive

Posted by Adult City 16/11/2016 0 Comment(s)

Sexual education is severely lacking across the country. Sex positivity isn’t even considered in this archaic education. Despite the push for further LGBT rights and acceptance, we are still teaching sex is bad, chastity is good, and waiting till marriage is key.  Regardless of what we are taught, it’s still possible to relearn and to be sex positive by embracing the movement one step at a time. Imagine a Sex-Ed class where students are actually taught about sex, instead of abstinence only. Imagine a day where safe sex is promoted and encouraged. Imagine a world in which nobody’s judged for his or her sexual proclivities. Imagine it, because that world is well on its way. And you can help by becoming more sex positive and teaching others to do the same. And it all starts with a few simple steps.


Educate Yourself

Educating yourself on all forms of sex is a great way to become more sex positive. Don't know much about same-sex sex? Do a little googling. Not familiar with the kama sutra? Grab a copy and get to reading. You won't be disappointed. Learning about what you don't know is the best way to move forward.


Be an Ally

When someone's being sex or slut-shamed, and shut it down. Stand up for your fellow sex-positive pals and don't let anyone get away with that negativity.


Stop with the Slut Shaming

Take a note from Amber Rose, and cut out the slut shaming. Rather than judging others for what you don't know, or don't understand, try asking questions, and being supportive. Take the negativity out of the word slut and embrace peoples rights to choose when, and with whom, they choose to do the deed with.


Take Matters into Your Own Hands

Yes, feminist porn exists! Do your research and watch porn that's directed by women, porn that portrays women as real women, and not as accessories. You'll feel really, really good about it. Take things a step further and invest in a female vibrator or sex toy to really take matters into your own hands.


Be Honest in Bed

Tell your partner what you like and what you don't like, and it will make you feel more comfortable with yourself. Not only will the honesty improve your sex life, but it'll make you feel more empowered too.

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