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Back in November, I had the first nude photo of myself taken. At 21, and as someone who has had smartphones and romantic partners to send such images to for your years, I realize that my lack of body positivity was probably to blame for something of a delayed start in loving my nude form. Previously, I had felt pretty insecure about my nakedness , which manifested in difficulty having sex without covering up multiple parts of myself up. Going through sexual trauma only exacerbated my relationship with my sexual body even further, as I continued to make efforts to cover myself up even more, and sometimes making efforts not to touch myself at all. I grew afraid of my sexual body, and nervous of its ability to lead to vulnerability and victimization when sexualized by others. Taking nudes was crucial for me in my journey toward reclaiming my sexual agency and continuing to live my life as body positively as possible. Snapping these photos meant I was sexualizing myself in a way that didn't necessarily have to involve touching. I was controlling and creating the image for my enjoyment only. Essentially, I was sexualizing myself , a concept that was hard to execute through other means. I could strike a pose, snap a pic, and gawk over how lovely I looked
This vulnerable and explorative book will share how I woke up my desire and dive into how you can wake up your desire too. This book is for those who find themselves stuck between pleasure-hungry and pleasure-resistant. Those who have struggled to find pleasure in their own bodies. Those that have a hard time asking for what they want and maybe even find themselves feeling guilt and shame for their sexual desires. As my own hunger grew for more pleasure in my life, I was driven to dive into exploring desire, pleasure, sex, orgasm, and intimacy. I Touch Myself shares what I have learned to improve my sex life with myself and others, have orgasms , and most importantly, to feel more alive in every aspect of my life. With each spark you read and respond to, you will have the opportunity to strengthen your own internal flame of desire. I am super confident these lessons and stages can help you too. Even if you only choose to take one or two of these lessons and practice them regularly, you will notice shifts in the way you see yourself and your relationship with desire and sex.