Let’s talk about sex, no really. Let’s talk about it with no shame whatsoever. How else do you think we got here? We obviously did not get here by a stork. We all got here from sexual reproduction (unless you were born by your mother using artificial insemination, that's another story). Why not talk about it? Why not tell all our dirty sex stories like how we lost our virginity, how we had an amazing hookup with a guy or a girl, how we regret having sex with a certain person? Why do us women fear speaking about sex when that it is fine to be completely open but bash us for speaking.
To judgmental men (and shockingly some of you women), stop shaming us girls for speaking about sex. We, females should not have to fear talking or even mentioning sex because it's not “ladylike”. Why is it that when we talk about something sexual, it is considered something taboo? Something completely forbidden in society. Apparently, freedom of speech does not apply to women.
I had an experience in school where I mentioned the word penis and received an earful from the substitute teacher who told me that using sexual talk does not make me look like a lady. Penis is a body part, I can technically use it, in more ways than one. Do not excuse my sexual reference there.
Guys can talk about having sex all day long and barely anyone bats an eye to what they say. They can brag about how many sexual partners they’ve had, where they’ve had sex, and can be congratulated for purchasing a box of condoms. If I were to pick up a box of condoms or even imply a sexual joke, I have someone’s grandmother yelling at me as if I did something wrong.
Sex is a natural part of life and so is talking about it. If we females decide to talk about it and share our sex stories, we should be able to do so without being labeled something other than the names that we were given at birth. Is it too vulgar? We, women have needs too and we also live in this society. We should not be told what we can or cannot talk about due to our gender.
The words we use are not masculine nor are they feminine, neither are the conversations that we have. Sometimes we girls do not feel comfortable going up to our parents and talking about sex, so we find our closest girlfriends and have our conversations. What's the problem with that?
Stop shaming women for their choice to have sexual conversations.
Remember, use protection ladies and the possible gentlemen reading this article!