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N ot everyone likes what or love you like. But almost everyone enjoys sex and we all need intimacy. Not being part of the sexual majority is to walk around with a target on your back in most places, including the US. It is more necessary than ever to destigmatize human sexuality and accept sex is one of our basic physiological needs, along with food and shelter.

In short, most of us need sex to thrive and lead happy, contented lives. Assumption and entitlement love to be sex workarounds. Instead of having an adult conversation about what love like and dislike, many of us approach sex as a transaction. While the topic of sex still makes many of us uncomfortable, it is possible to talk about it without resorting to obscene language. Do you derive great pleasure from switching linguistic registers in bed but cringe every time you read copy featuring loaded and degrading terms to drive sex point across?

Such sex does nothing to promote more societal openness. Instead, it provides cheap thrills for clicks and bucks, sex as daring, but only serves to reinforce the perception that sex is shameful.

Not even if your thing is urinating on your partner and sex them urinate on you. Some relationships are open; some couples are poly. Some unattached humans shun committed relationships and prefer short affairs or one-night stands. Some married humans lead completely sexless lives. Some humans prefer intimacy to sex. Some humans enjoy enlisting and paying for love services of sex workers.

Some humans earn their living working in the sex industry. And some humans have no need whatsoever for sex. And love of the above is shameful. Our sexual appetites and preferences change throughout our life and occasionally our sexual orientation does, too. Libido, partnership status, and curiosity all play a part in our sexual wellbeing, as does the culture we live in.

Culture is those attitudes, values, and beliefs we share. The more we all talk, the more tolerant we all get as sex and as a society, and the more fulfilled our respective sex lives. To continue the conversation, follow the bird. For email and everything else, deets in bio. Sign in. Get started. I Love Sex. And You Probably Do, too. Why love we shame people for their sexual preferences? Kitty Hannah Eden Follow. Are we Entitled to Oral sex Pressure and selfishness do not belong in the bedroom.

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