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The idea that sex should be kept private is an outdated concept. Open communication about sex with your partners, friends and even family can be beneficial to everyone involved. Post-sex conversations can help reduce the stigma around sex, help you to connect better with your partner and your friends, and can ultimately make your sex life better. But here at Rowdy, we think that should be higher. In a roundtable discussion over ZoomRowdy staff writer Rachel Kutcher, campaign strategist Sol Wemen and editorial director Ava Loomar discuss the importance of post-sex conversations juicy sex stories included.
Please read with caution. If you or someone you know is struggling with sexual assault. Call HOPE to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area. Another aspect of this is post-sex conversations with your partner. We had a lot of sex. I remember one time specifically: I was about to get my period — your uterus shifts lower and expand or something, so there are certain positions where if it goes in too deep, it hurts like a bitch — and we had sex.
It was like an out of body experience where I was like why the fuck are you sitting through this. I was clearly in pain and not having a good time and I just started crying. Are you okay? Did I hurt you? I think talking about sex like you said Sex women men Rowdy, helps to keep each other safe.
Communication is obviously the most important Sex women men Rowdy in and out of sex. You Sex women men Rowdy up a really great point. This summer, a Twitter exposure came out of nowhere from my hometown and all these guys from my high school started getting outed as rapists. Later when she was finally able to process it herself and realized what happened, being able to have a conversation with someone else who had been sexually assaulted helped her to realize she had the same experience.
I know within hegemonic masculinity, men use sex and sex stories more like conquests. They use them to hype themselves and their friends up. Then I go back in with my partner and I discuss those things with him, and we fix them. We should just all talk about sex more. Everyone wants to do anal, but nobody talks about anal.
Nobody talks about whether you should choose a water-based lube or a silicon one because it could hurt your coochie. My roommate told me that she used coconut oil as lube during anal. Like girl no, no do not do that. I also want to touch on intergenerational conversations. I feel like if our parents had talked more about sex with their friends they probably would be more open to talking about it with their kids, which is statistically the best way kids can learn about sex.
She opens the box, lo and behold there are sex toys in it. So did you guys grow up talking about sex with your parents? I told my mom the first time I sucked dick and had sex. Her office is at home in their living room, in a side office.
Her office is just full of sex toys, so I went in there Sex women men Rowdy borrow some for the Rowdy shoot for the last issue. I just immediately thought she was going to be like whore. The first time I had conversations about this was definitely with my mom and she did have the slut-shaming default setting.
For my dad it definitely took a longer time. Personally, I did not talk to mine about sex at all. They would make sex jokes growing up to make me and my brother uncomfortable, and it definitely worked. But, they were always super uncomfortable talking about me sexually.
I remember when they caught me watching porn for the first time in middle school, it was such a shit show. Through middle and high school I thought sex was dirty, sex was bad, anyone who does it is bad. So being able to talk about it with your parents, I feel is a very good way for you to view sex as a positive.
How did it effect you in your own sex lives to be able to have those open conversations, or semi-open conversations? I think my parents did an incredible job at balancing letting us fuck up and still guiding us if we did.
Just letting us make mistakes and then having conversations about it, more than just sex conversations, helped me to not be traumatized by bad sexual experiences when I really could have been. She loves the rain, candles, drinking wine, collecting jars and New Girl's Nick Miller.
Her passions include destigmatizing sex, empowering women and sustainability. Rachel Kutcher.Sex women men Rowdy
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