During the 1960s, women’s sexual independence flourished with the sexual revolution and the women’s liberation movement. Birth control pills were invented and body massagers started being used for more than muscle soreness. Ever since the mental illness “hysterical tension” *snort* simply became “orgasm”—and women stopped visiting their
I live in a country where many brides get to their wedding night virgins. I, Harlot, will never be one of them, heh. I believe that, as long as I’m practicing safe sex and doing it for the right reasons, I have nothing to be ashamed of. There was a time I felt guilty about it. But then, I realized, WHY? So I told myself, “To hell with it! I am a sexual being. I like this and I am going to keep doing this. I’m not going to feel bad about it—and by god, I am entitled to all those mind-blowing orgasms!”
I believe every woman has, or will have, that moment (call it awakening, if you will) of sexual independence. All I can say is, ladies, EMBRACE your sexuality. Don’t be embarrassed to do things that will bring you pleasure and bliss. As long as you take care of yourself and you’re not hurting someone—who doesn’t want to be hurt ;P—please, DO ENJOY. We only live once, we should enjoy it fully. I say, have tons of orgasms—and more, more, more! Buy a BOB, fiddle with yourself, fulfill your fantasies, wear something kinky/lingerie that makes you feel very sexy, handcuff your lover to your bed, put Nutella on his body, moan loudly and proudly, grab him and make him BEG for it.
My lovely ladies, have a great 4th of July.** ;)
**Little trivia: In 1946, after 381 years of near-continuous colonial rule, the Philippines is granted full independence by the U.S.