Women Are Sexual Beings

Ep.085 Truth&TequilaQ&A (1)

It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!

This week’s question comes from Curious in Colorado who says:

Why are we as a culture hiding the fact that women are sexual creatures? As a woman who’s struggled to get to a good place within my own sexuality, I feel sad that people still want to perpetuate that we’re not sexual. Why do you think this is so? And how do you see it hurting women overall?

Curious in Colorado, thank you. This is a great and loaded question. And this is a discussion we’ll be having for some time to come. Because the active suppression of women’s sexuality and sexual power has been going on for millennia…..If you are dealing with heightened anxiety, stress and fear right now, remember to get the free guided breath technique. It’s something I recorded for you to quell the anxiety and boost your mojo. It’s linked in the notes and you can go to http://www.breathewithdeborah.com

Remember, if you have a question you’d like considered for an upcoming Truth + Tequila episode,

Go to https://www.therealundressed.com

And click submit your Q on the Truth + Tequila image.

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Make sure you tune in on Friday for a full episode with Author, Sex Educator, Seminar Teacher and Facilitator, Deborah Sundahl.

As always, thanks for getting undressed with me.

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