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healing from sexual trauma, learning to embrace sexuality

 
 
Fri 21 Jan, 2022 09:48 pm
Last year in the middle of the near the end of 2021, I had my big sexual awakening after being repressed/traumatized for years,
I used to think that sex was evil and disgusting but that's because I was traumatized because I was exposed to pornography at a very young age, now as I head into my 30s I'm finally beginning to heal and I'm starting to realize that there is a huge difference between real sex vs pornography.
I wanna make love one day and I know that it will be amazing.
I'm a lifelong virgin and I'm still holding onto celibacy until I have the love of my life in my arms.
I think it's important to let people know that real sex is well thought out and is a part of love/an expression of romantic love,
porn has hijacked and infected sexuality and has morphed it into this heartless and disgusting thing.
I know I'm not the only one who was traumatized from that evil industry growing up, and I know I'm not the only one who is now beginning to heal.
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Sat 22 Jan, 2022 09:46 am
Do not over-romanticize love and/or sex.

Do not set standards guaranteed to produce more disappointment.

Be open to the possibilities and be forgiving and understanding to the vagaries of a healthy sexual/love relationship. Enjoy this next adventure. Go easy and do nothing that feels wrong.
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