For as long as I have remembered, I've been different. For a long time, I thought it was related solely to my interests in relation to my family. They liked sports, I liked books. They were extroverted, I am hella introverted. But as I entered middle, I began to notice some changes that spanned beyond typical differences in opinions.
I am a millennial woman. I am a feminist. I have been allowed the chance to attend school and continue my education in college and eventually grad school. I am allowed freedom of choice in all decisions in my life, from who I date, where I go to school, and where I currently live. I have been allowed some of the greatest freedoms available to women in all of history. So why do so many people judge me when I say I want to be a stay-at-home mom one day?
My family is very homogenous. They're Catholic's who go to Church every week. They love to watch football and baseball. They are all very extroverted and enjoy going to parties and seeing all of their friends for hours on end.
Masturbation is a very important time in a young woman's life. However, it is very easy to get overwhelmed by the experience, especially when one is ready to upgrade to sex toys from fingers. There are so many different types, sizes, speeds, it can be a scary process. Well, have no fear. I am here to provide advice on how to pick sex toys based on the ones I picked out for myself all those years ago.
I was twelve when I first learned what masturbation was. I was watching an episode of the British TV show Skins. There was this one character obsessed with a (gay) guy. She snuck into his bedroom and masturbated on his bed to thoughts of him. Now that I am older I see how creepy it was, but at that age I was more focused on the fact that she was sticking her hand down her pants and moaning. I didn't know what that meant, and I was infinitely curious.
I am the person who is in love and ready to settle down. I have people (gotta love polyamory baby) I love, who I want to marry. I know I love them, I know I want to be with them. So why do so many people think they can tell me not to settle down?