Join Merlijn Wolsink, Chelsea Gibson, and Alun Jones, for a fun and frank discussion where they get curious about these and other questions about enjoying sexualness beyond definition and judgment.
For many people, it has been a life-long struggle to get clear about who they are, not make themself wrong for it, and fight for their right to be it. This is especially true when you have a different sexual preference than the majority of people in the world.
When it comes to sexual preference, how much effort and energy is required to try and live up to the definitions and judgments that are accepted as the “norm”? Who’s definition of gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, transsexual, transvestite, polysexual, asexual, or any other connotation of sexualness, should people try to live up to?
How much energy, effort and judgment do we have to expend in order to ensure we conform to these definitions, regardless of whether we actually relate to them or not. How much joy, fun, and pleasure are we cutting off and not allowing ourselves to have by our perceived need to conform with stereotypical definitions of sexualness?
What would change if we created life beyond the need to define ourselves by our sexual preference? What change could be created in the world if we chose to function from kindness and allowance rather than judgment and definition?
What is sexualness? What else could you receive from? Who else could you receive from?
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