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How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. In the early s, the focus took a feminist turn against anti-pornography feminists.
Now more mainstream, the conversations revolve around empowering women to have as much sex as they want, without shame. Many of us grew up on TV shows, movies, and books that use promiscuity and independence synonymously.
With movements to reclaim the words slut and ho and the numerous dating apps that enable us to have casual encounters with ease, it would seem casual sex is everywhere. He was roundly mocked on social media, but he is far from the only man with a sexual double standard. And when I tweeted about the phenomenon, I received an overwhelming amount of replies and DMs, all from other women through with casual sex.
So, what is it that makes casual sex so bad for straight women? The most common denominator in the bad-sex stories I hear from women is men who are doing the bare minimum for female pleasure. I can count on one hand the of times I was offered oral sex in return: one.
Less invested, less giving.
Take your average porn video easily accessible online. The fashion industry seems to struggle conceiving different sizes for the female body.
Hollywood, more than 70 to 80 percent of the timeonly conceives of one race of women. Mainstream porn seems to suggest women have only one type of sex.
Women are unique in our tastes, including our sexual tastes. Our bodies and pleasure points are individual and different.
Every single woman I talk to says some variant of the same thing: Men prioritize their pleasure by treating women like dolls or props to get off from. I have so much more time to myself. I feel that my body and my desires matter in a real way, since I only have sex with partners who I know are committed to my pleasure. Priya-Alika Elias is a lawyer and writer who lives in Delhi, India.
Is changing the de of sex toys, lube, and condoms enough to revolutionize how we think about and have sex?
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