(This has been edited to include a second poll for clarity, feel free to vote on either or both)
Sexuality is often confused with sex, when the reality is that each individual owns and operates their very own model of sexuality that is part of who they are, regardless of whether they ever have or ever will have sexual relations. It has been discussed before the problems that arise when as women we believe that trying to explore or even understand our personal sexuality should be branded as sinful, or at the very least, sin inspiring, and therefore taboo as a good church going member.
But what if we allow ourselves to believe that just because something begins with “sex”, doesn’t mean that it implies chastity law breaking or loss of virtue. What if we accept that sexuality is a fundamental part of who we have been created to be and who we are to become, and actually embrace it as part of the whole that is the human experience, completely separate from our interactions with another person? Would that change how you feel about your body? Would it change how you feel about relationships?
Tell us, how do you express your own personal brand of sexuality? Or how would you like to embrace it better? Share details!