It affects us all. Every single person on the planet is a sexual being. No matter where you were born or where you grew up, or where you live now sex permeates all cultures and every ethnicity regardless of geographical coordinates or the religious doctrine you’ve been fed from infancy.
Sex is literally the livelihood of our human race. It perpetuates our existence. It fuels our media. It promotes consumerism. It is used to control and subdue and empower and abuse.
No one is exempt from sex.
And so, sex being a practically omnipresent energy which EVERYONE on planet Earth eventually faces, it stands to reason since NO ONE is exempt from this incredible power that SEX is arguably just as crucial to a thriving human life of health and well-being as the air we breathe and food and water and shelter is to every body…
So my question to you dear reader, is this:
If sex is (arguably) just as important to not only our survival but our health in general as a species then why is it not more openly discussed? Accepted? Explored? Explained?
Why do we not have more outlets for these avenues of education for sex?
Why have all of the beautiful aspects of this primal natural sexual energy been exploited? Possibly even, perverted?
These are the premises I intend for the launch of this platform. These are the issues which get me riled up to the core. Why is it some young men feel it is justified to open fire on unarmed women in a sorority because they have been sexually rebuffed? Why is it that other young teenage boys feel it is acceptable, let alone HUMOUROUS to post videos of their fellow mates masturbating or being intimate with same sex partners on social media…resulting in such horrid shaming as to result in suicide?
No human being ought to feel so ashamed of their inherent sexual practices or their innate sexual nature, so as to commit such atrocious crimes against themselves or against humanity.
This is where the conversation needs to change.
Let’s normalize the conversation around sex.
Everybody does it. Everyone is (or wants to be) doing it.
It is happening all the time. And it’s not going to stop. It’s in our nature. Let’s accept it.
Let’s understand it. Let’s explore it.
Let’s utilize it to grow, and collectively heal as a species.
Sex, is THE most powerful energy human beings have; the ability to create.
It literally creates LIFE.
How does this energy affect YOUR life? Is it something positive? Is it a source of embarrassment or shame for you? Does it make you feel empowered? Or inadequate? Are you comfortable with it, or not at all?
Let me know where you’re at with your sexual journey in the comments below.