Sex and Sexuality
Make the most of your natural abilities

Our sex and sexuality should be considered blessings because they are inherently healthy and life affirming.

The pleasures we are bestowed via our erogenous zones are God-given. The archaic laws on the books impede us rather than encourage us to enjoy our lives.

Enjoying our sexuality as a living art takes information and acceptance. To integrate sex and sexuality, you must grow as a lover. It’s all a matter of choice and belief.

Touch between consenting adults is not a sin. Touch, especially from massage, releases growth hormones which are essential for fighting free radicals, which are a major cause of aging.

And self-love through touch is something we should encourage.

If you don’t take care of yourself, who will? As long as information regarding intimacy is delivered as something to be wary of, we will not benefit from its healing powers.

Reproduction and sexuality are basic needs. They are the body’s natural ability to release tension, as well as keeping us youthful, vibrant, and emotionally connected.

To change our perspective about sex and sexuality, first it is critical to believe that you deserve pleasure. The next step is to understand that you are responsible for your own.

For centuries the woman’s pleasure was considered unimportant. In western society, women have made great strides to outgrow these antiquated ideas. But many have chosen to ignore it.

We have found through scientific studies that women could easily have ten orgasms per sexual session. These conclusions easily show that women were made for receiving pleasure.

The sixties were the beginning of our new attitudes about sex and sexuality. Women could admit that they enjoyed sex and started asking for what they needed.

To continue this growth, we must acknowledge our needs. Find acceptance in your sexual appetites and represent your needs during sex play.

Since pleasure begins in the mind, assume responsibility for yours. Your satisfaction is an individual choice. Use your creativity.

With changing attitudes enjoy the healthy benefits of our sexuality. When we educate to the next generation, include pleasure as part of the equation.

Especially when talking to young males, encourage them to take their time so they can learn to savor sexual relations.

Encourage your teenager to take care of their own needs as healthy, normal, and natural. By doing so, they are self-empowered rather than dependent on the approval of others.




Advising them to ignore their natural urges has never worked. Let’s try knowledge and self-acceptance instead.

The medical community has acknowledged the healthy effects of sexual pleasure. Are doctors the only ones who recognize the benefits of orgasm? True spirituality has recognized the need of sexual pleasure as part of enlightenment.

When you need a sexual release, it should not always be someone else' responsibility. Our primary responsibility is to take care of ourselves. Once society accepts this, we can mature and grow while learning to love.


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Marital Sexuality

Menopause and Sexuality

Modern Sexuality

Overcoming Sexual Performance Anxiety




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Teen Sexuality

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