Several insightful comments as well.
Puzzling is why some who find sex so "disgusting" comments continually on how "disgusting" it is in many of the articles on sex. If the topic is so off putting, why read it?
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Just to tell us that it is "digusting? I haven't sampled any of those "violent" atheist men yet, only the nonviolent nice ones. Since you have so much more experience with atheist men your opinion rules at this time. Atheists are quite the minority at this time. I'm continuing to date and will get back to you with more info.
I won't go near any white men who have a history of KKK membership, hunt for fun, are short, fat and bald and brag about their money and how they abuse animals. I'm sure I'll find some of the violent, raping atheists if I search far enough.
Thanks for the suggestion. So in your opinion the athiest men who were brought up athiest, who rape, control, abuse, etc women are allowed to because they do it 'authentically' and not with religion at its root? I unfortunately know personally too many athiest men with athiest upbringings men who reject ALL religion as violently as you do yet they rape, control, abuse, etc women. So you cannot pretend with me or hope to get away with saying it is only religious men that have these cruel tendencies.
Face it, to this day women are still second class citizens. Once a man has sex with a woman he feels like he "owns" her and tries his best by brainwashing or violence to keep her from having sex with other MEN. Women have bought into this since time began and limit their sexual activities because they don't want to be called a WHORE. Sex is the most important part of every human, yet religions act like it doesn't exist.
For example the Catholic celibacy rule. Men drop a load involuntarily in their sleep. All these articles tell women to just "let go". Apparently a man should know what a woman wants and so the list of inhibitions goes on. If you can shed your inhibitions with the one you love, you will find a much stronger connection in your relationship.
On the same note, if you can shed your inhibitions with yourself, you will have the opportunity to discover and explore parts of you that you may never have known existed. Breaking Down the Walls Becoming totally open and aware of your likes and dislikes is the first step to breaking down inhibition walls that may be standing in your way of experiencing complete intimate gratification.
It can also help you to trust yourself and others on a level that maybe you have never imagined. When you know yourself and feel confident in what you expect of yourself and others, doors you may have never even known were there can open. Once new doors open, you then have more choices and the opportunity to expand your personal horizons. Every day we wake up and most of us have a daily routine that we are used to and essentially play out as if it were the script to our life.
Although this script has become our comfort zone, is one that we have memorized and followed, when we are engrossed in that routine it can pigeonhole us and in some cases rob us of a life filled with adventure, intrigue, and experience. Part of discovering and releasing inhibitions can offer an opportunity for to veer off that beaten path and just for a while escape from an everyday redundant routine. This is your chance to write your own script through direct knowledge of what makes you feel happy and excited.
Break down the walls of predictability, make some positive changes and empower yourself because you are in control. Boundaries also include who we interact with sexually and the consequences of that interaction both of which are your choices.
Having boundaries can bring order to our lives and as we have a clear vision of our boundaries we can overcome our inhibitions too. Just like inhibitions, boundaries are formed early on and we learn about them by the way that we are treated.
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We can teach our boundaries to others by refusing to hug someone, refusing to go all the way sexually or refusing to be emotionally abused by someone who is calling us names and being disrespectful. Once you allow someone to step over your personal boundaries, this is called boundary violation and it can become an endless cycle of emotional and physical pain.