SEX – there it is… That three letter word that can cause so much pain and pleasure at the same time. From bringing a relationship closer to tearing a relationship a part. From being a sensual and beautiful act to being an act of violence. From creating life to the agonizing decision to end life.
SEX – the word that everyone loves and hates to talk about. However you wish to spin it, SEX is here to stay. …with all of its ups and downs.
There are, crazy at it sounds in this day in age, still people out there that wish to downgrade sex and take away its importance. They would rather whisper behind closed doors about its importance and/or deny themselves the pleasures that sex can afford. They want us as a people to also downgrade the importance of sex and not talk about it or teach it.
SEX is VERY IMPORTANT to all of us! …there I said it. I’m not ashamed to say it or teach it. I’m not going to hide behind false statements, nor will I apologize for the bluntness of my words. For far too long we have been taught about all of the taboos of sex and when and where we should have sex. We’ve even been given the one and only “true” reason so have sex and that’s to continue the human race.
However, SEX has a multifaceted purpose and should be treated as such. SEX should be enjoyed, not made out to be a chore or something “dirty & disgusting”. Double standards should not be handed out because you derive pleasure from having SEX. …and whether we want to admit it or not, SEX can make or break a personal relationship. …from not enough sex to too much sex to having sex outside your committed relationship; SEX plays a vital part in our lives.
It is time for us to put an emphasis on SEX in our relationships. The closeness that comes from sharing intense pleasure. The ability to release stress. The contact between two people seeking to please one another (in most cases) is unparalleled. The ability to connect on a physical level.
SEX is important and instead of trying to pretend that sex does not matter in a relationship, we need to be honest with ourselves and realize that we are sexual beings. Sex plays a large part in our relationships and in our society. …whether we are open about our sexuality or we are trying to sweep it under the rug, SEX is important!