Until it is generally possible to acquire erotic personality and to master the art of loving, the development of the individual man or woman is marred, the acquirement of human happiness and harmony is impossible.
The discovery of female sexuality and the description of the potential pleasures that were involved was touted with considerable publicity. Women were portrayed as being as capable as men of passionate sexuality. They were described as able to experience strong desire and ecstatic orgasmic release. All of the women’s magazines, both the cheap pulp ones and the expensive slick ones, offered the same promise: “It can happen to you!”
These days, every time you go to your corner convenience store for milk and eggs, you encounter displays of soft porn magazines—and some not-so-soft—which show women apparently enthralled with sexual feeling and delighted with their sexual prowess. This propaganda tends, by implication, to create very high expectations. Women begin to wonder about themselves and to wonder how their actual experience compares with their potential. “Is what I am feeling an orgasm? Am I having enough orgasms? Are they the right kind? Do I have a G-spot? Where, oh, where is it? What’ll happen if I find it?”
Even if you find your sexual relationship with your current boyfriend or husband to be tolerable or acceptable or even pleasurable, you may still wonder, “Is this all there is? Am I missing something.”
And many of you are right to ask such questions. You are missing something.
Next post: “All She Really Needs…”
- Women Turning On: The Big O (pickingalover.wordpress.com)
- Discovering Female Sexuality (pickingalover.wordpress.com)
- Women on Top: The Decline of the Double Standard (pickingalover.wordpress.com)
- Female Orgasm Still A Mystery (examiner.com)
- The Wanton Factor: On Lust and Womanhood (pickingalover.wordpress.com)
- Analyzing The Latest Study in the G-spot Debate (psychologytoday.com)
- To The Summit of Love (Together) (socyberty.com)
- Women and Sex (drdeblaino.com)