In this article, we’ll go deeper with self-exploration, non-penetrative anal options, as well as why it’s OK to be not just a receiver but a giver. In each section, we’ll also list the related session in the All About Anal series of the Emjoy app that contains even more information on the topic for you to explore.
We’ve talked about pleasure inequality, but in this article we’re going deeper, with the facts, the figures, and the one thing we need to do to hit the ground running and close the orgasm gap once and for all.
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Why is it hard to understand the difference between gender and sex? Perhaps it’s because your gender is assigned at birth based on the appearance of your sex organs, so it’s easy to think that they’re one and the same. Gender Is A Spectrum
Let’s set the record straight: sex is to be enjoyed. Sex is for pleasure; it is not supposed to hurt. If it does, there’s usually a reason why. And most of the time it’s something that can be fixed! So why do accept painful sex as a part of life?
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You may not have had penetrative sex, but that doesn’t mean you haven’t had sex. Think about it: have you experienced sexual pleasure before? Have you masturbated? Fooled around? Okay, then you’ve had sex.
Virginity is a social construct. It’s a religious and cultural tool used to control women’s bodies and to establish men as the rightful owners of those bodies. It’s a myth that puts images of becoming lost, broken, and defiled at the forefront of our minds.
Sex negative messages may be holding your arousal hostage. It stops here.
So for this year, we recommend a different approach: throw out the resolutions and commit to the one thing that truly matters––self-love.
Body positivity? Easier said than done. Here’s how to put it into practice.
Here at Emjoy, our goal is to improve your self-care practices and self-esteem by providing passionate stories that help you gain confidence, tune into your body’s needs and desires, and get in the mood.
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