Sex Mix: Liberate Your Sexual Self.
Sex Trader. Social Media Censor Sex.Female
Sex Symbols. Fit for Fucking. Burn Calories.
Increasingly, young women see their sexuality as a commodity.
Men expect sex to be free. How could any woman resist them?
Would you expect a plumber to provide his services for free.
Why should a woman give away her gifts, skills?
She doesn’t need male penetration for sexual pleasure.
“What do you do. sweetheart?” “I’m a sex trader.”
Good Morning, Boys
There are still taboos surrounding women
who express their sexuality and negative
attitudes towards certain sexual practices.
But there is more acceptance of sexual deviance.
Our sexuality is one of the most primary aspects
of who we are and the gateway to our deepest psyches.
The erotic self and the sexual needs that it drives
are secondary only to our other survival needs of
eating, drinking and sleeping.
The sooner we get started the better. In a less
sexually repressed society kids would probably
start sexual experimentation in their early teens.
The power our sexuality exerts in our life is
generally misunderstood and shadowed with shame.
Worse still, our lack of understanding about who
we are erotically often leads to the widely held
belief that sexuality is to be feared and can
easily slip out of our control.
Wrongly, we interpret our erotic urges as our most
base and primitive instincts and instead of trying
to learn from their mysterious language we use
our sexual energies to suppress them.
Perhaps, in the future, technology will be used
to free us from productive and reproductive work
and the nuclear family, so that a new form of
liberated sexuality can emerge.
Women’s rights to sexual satisfaction is taken as much
more of a given; most people are now aware of things
like clitorises and vibrators.
But extracting what we actually want from a mess of
cultural and political influences can still sometimes
feel like an impossible challenge.
Social Media Censor
Even a Hint of Pubic Hair
Facebook bans almost every image with any suggestion
of sexuality. But its offshoot, Instagram, gets its
knickers in a twist.Young female bodies is a lucrative
business but only if it’s decent
If most Instagram users are girls, why are
female bodies the first to get censored?
That’s what Australian online magazine Sticks
and Stones was left wondering after a photo
showing women’s pubic hair was censored by
Instagram and its account was deleted.
Although it had racked up hundreds of thousands
of loyal followers, the agency’s latest shoot
was enough to cost the company its account.
The photo-sharing platform found itself again the subject of
debate earlier this week, after the online Australian
magazine Sticks and Stones had a picture of two women
in swimsuits removed – and its account temporarily revoked.
The agency’s director speculated that that the problem
seemed to be the girls’ unshaved bathing suit area.
“Unfortunately Instagram has ruled out
natural hair which appears on all bodies
of women that don’t trim their bikini lines.
“This hair occasionally does spill out of the sides
of swimwear as it does on men in their underwear.
“But Instagram seem to be OK with man pubes.
Clearly this is absolutely sexist. Instagram believes
women should wax or get off their platform.”
Female Sex Symbols
A sex symbol is a celebrity of either sex, typically
an actor or actress, musician, supermodel, teen idol,
sports star or politician, noted for being widely
regarded as sexually attractive.
The term was first used in the mid-1950s to describe
the popularity of certain film stars, including
Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot and Raquel Welch.
Fit for Fucking
Sex is supposed to burn 300 calories per hour.
I think we should fuck to get fit.
Research shows that you approximately burn around
300 calories per hour when you have sex.
Sometimes a bit less, sometimes more.
The longer, hotter and harder you do it.
The more calories you burn.
If that’s the case, I think we should fuck to get fit.
Not that anyone should need a reason to fuck.
But it’s way more fun to fuck than going to the gym.