8 Reasons To Never Be Ashamed For Enjoying Sex

I like dick – what’s your problem?

Sluts are…not us.

Sluts are...not us.

Sex is probably one of the most natural things in the world. Let's face it, Adam and Eve had to be doing something in that garden to pass the time. Some people, who have all but confirmed they were born in the Stone Age, equate sex to practicality and not to pleasure. Well, that's their own loss. Sex is about desire, about lust, about acting on a carnal urge to pounce on a dick and ride it seven ways to Sunday (if that's your kind of thing). It's not about shaming anybody who enjoys acting on what is essentially a natural impulse. Sex for pleasure is literally the greatest discovery on this earth (probably), and there should be no shame in enjoying it. So you like sex? Good for you. Go out and get yours. Spread your legs to different postcodes if that's what makes you happy. Sex is natural, not slutty.


Having sex and having morals aren’t mutually exclusive.

Having sex and having morals aren't mutually exclusive.

There's this dumb conclusion that the more people you sleep with, the lesser your morals must be. Well, to put it simply, that's bullshit. You could have slept with one person in your entire life, and not until you were married, and even then just once a month; it doesn't give you morals, it just makes you very disciplined at not having sex. In the same vein, you could have slept with enough people to populate a small city and have the highest moral standing of all time. If morals are defined as your behaviour in accordance to right and wrong, putting sex and morals on to the same level is to conclude that sex itself is, on some level, wrong. Again: bullshit. The only way sex and morality can be woven together is through cheating on a partner or when it's nonconsensual. Otherwise, the two play on different fields.

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Sleeping with fewer people doesn’t make you a better person.

Sleeping with fewer people doesn't make you a better person.

For some people it's a case of « you've slept with that many people? », as if by extension sleeping with more than a handful suddenly makes you a bad person. There's no point helping an old lady with her bags or giving your last pound to the homeless person outside McDonald's; apparently, if you've had sex with more than three people, you're a bad person and that's that. One thing that actually makes you a bad person is judging somebody else's character based on how many people they've had sex with. People have somehow formulated that your niceness score is divided by the number of partners you've done it with, which is of course highly accurate and factual. Here's some more maths for you: You're not getting laid and you're still bitter. What does that do to your equation?


Opinions can be like arseholes: shitty.

Opinions can be like arseholes: shitty.

Another aspect people often get judged for is who they choose to sleep with and how. The one mistake people seem to continually make is concerning themselves with other people's business. Basically, people are nosey as fuck. They want the lowdown on who you're sleeping with, they want details of your relationship with that person, and then, the worst part, they want to use this against you if they don't deem it appropriate. The NERVE! Let's get one thing clear: Another person's black book has nothing, I repeat, NOTHING to do with you. « Casual sex » has become this filthy phrase that is usually followed by opinions that weren't asked for. So long as the two (or three, or four, or five) people having sex are safe and nobody is hurt (unwillingly), what's the problem here? So what if they've been dating for three months or met three hours ago on Grindr? LET PEOPLE LIVE. You don't get to judge somebody else because of who they choose to sleep with, and you don't get to form an opinion because of it either.


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