Can women live out their female sexuality without being recognized who they are instead of being seen as a sex goddess? Of course, you can only live out things that you already know. So can someone tell me what female sexuality is?
Women love a big strong man who can sweep them off their feet and carry them into the sunset -- but you may be surprised to learn that one of the top female sex fantasies is to have that same big strong man begging for sexual release in the bedroom. One of the top 10 female fantasies involves tying you down to a bed while she forces you to pleasure her with your tongue; the entire scenario revolves around you worshipping her body and begging for her attention. Why? She gets to be in control while enjoying total devotion from her man in the process. What more could she want?
One of the top 10 female fantasies involves tying you down to a bed while she forces you to pleasure her with your tongue. I agree , the body became intensify and start the sexual arousal of a women.
check my profile page for this hub. i have it well analyzed and simplified. female sexuality goes beyond our bodies and sex!
And why not wanting to be viewed as a sex goddess?
Women are all different and don't all want the same thing. Personally, a big strong man never was my thing. I love the quiet dark haired man that sits in the corner. I prefer brains to brawn.
As far as female sexuality, not sure what you want to know. A woman's erogenous zone starts between our ears. Make love to our mind first and our bodies will follow.
A woman's sexual identity is engraved in to her personality, like words etched in stone. She can be still a friend and lover and companion and confidant while still being who she is and not being a sex goddess. A sex Goddess in my experience tends towards the "untouchable" variety of woman. Though I sometimes think there is a wee bit of a sex goddess in us all at certain times. Heh! Some others simply make us feel that way. And it is nice to feel "special" sometimes. Some women need that. Some women's needs are different from others. For some women, the hope of being a sex goddess is just a pipe dream and fantasy. But it is not wrong to want to lift their spirits and make them feel better about themselves. Women want to feel needed by others, and want others to talk to them, to understand them. So maybe putting on that sexy dress or nice dress that makes us feel good about ourselves is as much about being that sex goddess in us trying to "step out" as the prospect of us being actual sex goddesses. Some of it is perception. There's is more than one kind of female sexuality too. It can be about ego and mental arousal as much as sexual also. Great topic!
Sexuality (both male and female) in short - feeling/mood/state of mind INSIDE correctly communicated OUTSIDE.
I have a hub on this, by the way.
It's possible to celebrate your female sexuality without being viewed as some kind of sex goddess.
I manage it all the time. And no one views me as a goddess of anything. *wonders if that's a good or bad thing*
But then - that could be related to having big green feet
Happy to know, frog.
I know it's possible to celebrate your female sexuality without being viewed as one sex goddess. It must be the natural and healthy way.
When I had this question I thought of those poor unlucky girls who are really sex goddesses. I was wondering how they feel about not being seen themselves by virtue of possessing a super hot body.
Pacal, hire some strippers and get drunk. That's a start towards finding out what female sexuality is.
Sexuality is the most common and basic connection between members of our species. Sex permeates each of our thoughts and ambitions on a deeper level than just bodily pleasure or aroused contemplation.
Female sexuality is that basic communication one has with the world. A sex goddess is someone who's sexuality is contrived. Contrived in the sense that it is planned and then portrayed.
Beyonce is a fine example of contrived female sexuality.
Sexuality is playfully serious. Ripe with the comedy and tragedy of life itself. It can be seen in conversations with elder women sharing wine, by a young girl falling in love for the first time, a group of female children sharing laughter on the playground. It is an integral part of the complete cycle of life.
Female sexuality is simply the expression of female desire on any level. The same as a man, it just looks better most of the time. (lol)
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