😻🔥😻🔥😻🔥😻🔥😻 “I am the origin, I am every women, You didnt see me. I want you to recognize me, Virgin like the water that create sperm.” #deborahderobertis 😻✊🏾😻✊🏾😻✊🏾😻✊🏾😻✊🏾😻 The sexual revolution that occurred in the 1960s was mostly for the benefit of men and reflected male sexuality, not female sexuality.
Women who have slept around usually express a feeling of low self-esteem afterward, while many men seem to enjoy this.
With the birth control pill came the reinvention of sexual behavior. Basically, women were allowing themselves to sleep with multiple partners or have open marriages or any variation on sexual activity including lesbianism, bisexuality, group sex, etc. However, women’s sexual behavior then, and even now is still mostly conditioned according to the expectations of our gender. The ‘sexual revolution’ asserted the tendency to focus sex on the penis or intercourse, the desire for multiple partners, and sex for physical gratification alone.
Many women in long-term partnerships have NEVER had ORGASMS during SEX, or have decided not to expect mutual pleasure. Some women just simply stop having sex with their men altogether, since they cannot adequately communicate their displeasure for some odd reason. Women from many walks of life and various sexual identities are beginning to seek out new ways of loving. Where female sexuality is concerned, I feel that intercourse is only a part of the picture. What women seem to want is more eroticism, in and out of bed, more touching, fondling, kissing and a WHOLE LOT MORE foreplay.
While many women suffer in silence or isolation, in the Goddess community, women are stirring things up. This is because goddesses tend to merge their sexual and spiritual approach, are not fearful of experimenting with their sexuality, and most importantly they demand equality with their men, both in and out of bed.
In the Sixties, Seventies, and Eighties and the decades that followed the focus was on male sexuality and therefore male sexual freedom. Many women were still having a hard time talking to their men about premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, or lack of orgasm.