I’d like to focus on female sexuality in this post.
This is still a taboo topic, and it’s often perceived as unimportant or secondary. I particularly want to address the meaning and significance of sexuality for women during their prime. After all, sexuality isn’t something that only belongs to the young and beautiful.
We know that sex represents “the world’s greatest pasttime” for men. But what does it represent for us?
First of all, I’d like to clarify the biological foundations of female sexuality. The statement that “female sexuality is practically inexhaustible” hits the nail on the head.
Of course, this statement doesn’t refer to the prerequisites for getting pregnant. As we know, they are limited. However, as women, we have the potential to retain the ability to reach sexual climax into old age. Meanwhile, some men experience a certain decline in their capacity to reach orgasm from their mid-50s onwards.
Besides our ability to achieve climax into old age, here’s the cherry on the sundae for women: the female body is also capable of having an orgasm several times in a row.
Still, many women might say there are more important things in life than sex.
I would argue that this statement comes from having limited experience with satisfying sex, or from banishing sex from our consciousness. For women, sexual climax isn’t just about momentary pleasure. It also creates a hormone release that facilitates health, balance, and external attractiveness.
This is reason enough to come to terms with your own sexuality.
At the same time, it’s important to take a look at your sexual partner(s).
Apart from women in happy relationships with satisfying sex lives, there are many women who either don’t have satisfactory sex with their partners or who simply don’t have a sexual partner. In this case, you want to take the responsibility for your sexuality into your own hands—literally.
These days, there are a myriad of ways to find “technical assistance” in this area, depending on your individual preferences. The biggest online retailer in the world has thousands of options available. They work beautifully, giving women the sexual satisfaction their partners might not be able to provide.
However, if you prefer to go without “technical assistance,” i.e. if you prefer to connect with a physical partner to feel satisfied, “sexting” can be a good alternative. But be careful: this approach has the potential to become addictive, so don’t rely on it too heavily.
Here’s my tip: put on your most beautiful lingerie, light some candles, pour yourselves a glass of wine (or not!), pick out your favorite erotic movie or chat for a while—and off you go.
Two times a week is a healthy amount. Have fun!
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