Women, equal to men, are inherently sexual beings. The nature of having genitalia, again whether male or female, is the emblem of our congenital nature. In some cultures, such as the ones in northern Africa and now parts of Europe and the UK women are being clitorally castrated, an antiquities practice, known as female genital mutilation (FGM).
These cultures obsessively fear women will be sexually promiscuous if their vagina is left uncut. Promiscuity for them is not just women who are unrestrained, but women who enjoy sex with their husband, something you shouldn’t do unless you want to be beaten in the name of being a decent, asexual woman.
I argue that the demonization of female sexual expression is what has legitimized female sexual violence for thousands of years. However, unfortunately, today nearly 10,000 women a day are clitorally castrated before the age of 12 on “family vacations” where village elders are hired to cut women’s clitoris, labia, and sometimes sew them shut.
Obviously, many young girls don’t make it because they bleed to death or get infected by the dirty broken glass used to cut them. You can donate now if you want to help eliminate this practice for good! There are many organizations whose mission it is to end FGM too. Donating to any of them is helpful!
With over 8,000 nerve endings, double then the male penis, women’s genitalia is literally genius for feeling sexual energy and impregnating it into life.
As opposed to it being seen as a feminine virtue, women’s inherent magnetism is seen as wrong and deviant. We cannot cut out a woman’s sexual magnetism even if her clitoris has been castrated. The women who I have been privileged to meet who have been victimized by FGM are still magnetic in their own way and their appeal is even greater because of their story.
Interestingly, the opposite is true of women who deny their inborn sexual qualities. Their magnetism is almost nonsexist. Rejecting their feminine charm or sensuality has historically developed real physiological blockages that lead them to health issues such as, but not limited to urinary tract infections, fibroids, chronic menstrual cramps and clumps, dryness, vaginal numbness, pain, vaginismus, unnecessary cesarean births, endometriosis.You might as well embrace your female sexuality!
Taylay Harris, Australian sports superstar, did this as she kicked a soccer ball in a tremendously powerful fashion that required her to open her legs and execute with force and success. The trolls immediately sexually demonized her. As you can see from the men who have kicked the soccer ball in the same open split as Harris, like Brenden Favola are celebrated for their sport’s ability, as they should be! We need women to be too!
I believe that to be a sexually empowered woman means you are embracing your inherent feminine magnetism and therefore drawing in even more power and potential to yourself. Only bad-ass women are called out for being powerful and we are still, unfortunately, getting comfortable with the idea that women can be both empowered and sexually alluring at the same time while it being okay! Goddesses, we are still squirting through that glass ceiling, make the breakthrough pleasurable and empowering for all women.