All of those things fall under sex shaming, and it’s time to stop doing it to ourselves. Take a hard look at where that shame is coming from. Don’t just accept perspectives from other people and institutions. She’s a sex-positive feminist whose hobbies include making patterns and sewing, connecting with other women, and reading at least three books a week.Here are three steps you can take to stop sex-shaming yourself. She moves to a new country every three to nine months and only sometimes misses Vermont.Or we're taught that a woman who has a lot of sex—or even one who enjoys sex “too much”—is a slut. And if you own your choices, why would you ever feel ashamed of them?On the flip side, men are taught they aren’t “real men” if they don't have “enough" sex, or if they don’t enjoy specific kinds of sex “enough.” Those outdated ideas can cause us to shame ourselves for any sexual choices that fall outside of what's considered “acceptable.” I was lucky to be raised by parents who taught me about sex without ever making me feel bad about my sexuality and desires. That last voice is the only one you should be listening to. Sex shame is deeply rooted, and getting rid of it will take more than advice from one article.
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