Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 9:05 pm
That was a fun little tattoo to do.
How does a human learn to be comfortable with their sexuality?
I don’t mean “sexuality” in the sense of identifying as gay/straight/somewhere in between. Although potentially that might be part of it. Especially where some individuals have had a difficult time coming to terms with where they fall in that spectrum thanks to societal pressure.
The sexuality I am referring to is your sexual being. That energy within you that let’s you be a sexual person. Comfortable in sexual environments. Accepting of sexual actions and situations.
I assume for a lot of people it just comes naturally. I think some humans are inherently in touch with and at one with their sexual energy. (No pun intended in either sentence.)
But not everybody.
I am not a sexual person, but I want to be.
As odd as it sounds, I have a fear of sexual situations. I have sexual hang ups that logically make zero sense, at least when it comes to acting upon it.
I think a lot of that is due to the conflict between my childhood on what was brainwashed into me about what is “correct” versus what as an adult I have discovered to be “correct”. Some probably has to do with my poor self-image, i.e., how I see myself compared to what others see. All things I continue to work on, but after nearly 40 years of being on this planet don’t feel like I’m any closer to figuring out and wonder if I ever will.
So my question is, how did you become comfortable with your sexual being?
Until next time...
My apologies to anyone attempting to comment the last few days and receiving a message that your comment was spam.
I installed a new plugin a few days ago to help block spam comments, and it was a little aggressive on what it thought was spam. Okay, a lot aggressive apparently.
I’ve pulled the plugin, so you should be able to comment again.
And a big thank you to Spo for sending me an email letting me know.
Until next time...