Wait, wait wait–you think that partnered sex is the only way to “do it?”.
Now before you come at me, this is in no way saying that partnered sex is bad.
I’m just saying that there are times that some needs are not met.
Hear me out.
Whether we like it or not, we are still living in a time where sex revolves around men’s satisfaction.
So much so that it’s tied up to this societal idea that for a man to be “a man” he needs to have had sex with a lot of different women.
If you still can’t see anything wrong about that, here’s something to think about:
When was the last time you faked an orgasm?
Partnered sex is good, it’s intimate, and for sure also satisfies our psychological needs.
But we can’t deny the fact that it’s also flawed in some ways wherein only the men’s needs are met.
Well, what about YOU?
The good thing is that, we are coming into an age where society is opening up its eyes to the fact that women have needs, too.
And that we are always exploring empowering ways to help sexually satisfy ourselves.
The rise of accessibility in purchasing pleasure toys over the last couple of years have really changed the game.
And not only that, it has changed up our narrative and perspective about partnered sex.
For many years, we have depended on our partners to reach our big O.
But right now, I see more and more people taking control.
This is not to say that intimacy is dead.
But it’s a way to open up the bedroom door a little wider to invite other ways to satisfy each other.