We are all different – and that’s normal. In fact, I think it’s great.
We have the opportunity to study ourselves, to see what we like and what we don’t like, what turns us on and what turns us off, how we change and what can stay the same.
Everyone has their own motivations, their own contexts, their own accelerators and brakes, but sometimes someone or we try to adapt as part of the majority or, conversely, of the minority.
Although the subject of sex is now very topical and people can usually discuss it calmly, many still have long-standing doubts and convictions in their minds. Is this normal or not? And how is it better? Why am I not like everyone else? Yes, it’s immoral!
In my opinion, sex is as normal as everyone, especially since it is present in the life of almost everyone. And you have to learn to talk about it, especially with a partner. And learn to study yourself and understand what you like and don’t like and how you can do it better.
So listen to yourself, learn, read good literature and have fun.
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