So I tried to reblog this last night, but apparently it didn’t go through for some reason. Anyway, here is a Friday reblog on something that I am unlikely to talk about as I’m generally a yay!sex type of person, but is something that is just as important to talk about as yay!sex.
Recently, my stats page informs me, someone arrived on this blog by searching “is sexual aversion unhealthy or holy.” It’s not unusual for concerning search terms to pop up, but I want to respond to this one nonetheless.
Sometimes it feels like I can’t say it enough: sex aversion is not unhealthy or wrong. What I mean by that is that sex-averse people do not need to change, do not need to resist or modify their natural feelings, do not need to alter themselves to a certain mold to fit how we’re “supposed” to feel about sex. It is okay to hate sex. The fact that it is anomalous does not mean it needs fixing.
As for whether or not it’s “holy”, I have several diverging thoughts as to what the inquirer may have meant.
The first, and the least likely, is that they may have been a…
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