The question isn't "what do you want to be when you grow up?" We're asking kids now, "what problem do you hope to solve?"
I find this question so revealing since I can guess there are many adults that need to do their own self-exploration & ask themselves this question.
When I consider what I see in the world, I see a lot of fear, shame, and guilt around sexuality. How could something so innate and natural create reactions of anger and oppression.
Sexuality is basic to the human experience.
- - We are born sexual
- -We are all unique in our sexuality
- -We all need safe places to discover and develop a healthy sexuality
- -Our bodies deserve attention and exploration
Why are we afraid?
There are many reasons to experience fear around sexuality and one that hits home to me is that we are usually afraid of what we don't know. And when we don't know our own sexuality, we become afraid of it.
Why are we ashamed?
Childhood is usually where shame enters our sexuality experience. We live with stories that create beliefs that we haven't questioned even though we live from these untrue beliefs.
Why are we guilty?
Because our sexuality just doesn't go away with our resistance to it, we usually indulge it in ways that are unhealthy or in secret... this consequential guilt is inevitable in a repressed sexuality.
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