Yes, we’re going to talk about sex and no, it’s not a bad thing. We all have bad information about sex. Whether it came from idiot friends, awkward parents, or sitcom TV shows, these really need to stop. (And we’re not just talking about those penis-feet size correlation.).
Women are generally very sexualised creatures and that’s nothing to be ashamed of. Not only are there certain sexual expectations from the opposite sex there is then the stigma of how many sexual partners you’ve had. Because we apparently still live in the dark ages that crucify women who have more sexual partners than the men do. Erm, wtf?
If that isn’t bad enough, we’ve got 9 sex myths that of course make the women feel like it’s her fault.
If you’re not wet, you’re not turned on and it’s your fault.
When you’re wet with arousal (not discharge), it’s a good sign that you’re super turned on and your body is ready to do the horizontal. However, there are multiple physical and physiological reasons for not getting wet, and none of them require a woman having to feel bad about it. Most of the time, members of the opposite sex assume that you’re super wet after one kiss and expect to shove their penis in immediately. No.
Getting aroused takes time, something that men fail to understand. So if you want us wet and ready, you’re going to have to take the time to make us feel loved and cherished and excited.