Is this true about women or false?

Women are reluctant to be honest about their sexual needs out of fear of being criticized/called names
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  • Generally speaking I would say yes.

    Out of personal experience, it took me a long time to be more open about my own sexuality. Growing up, sex was always a big taboo topic and some of my family members have an old view on women, how women should be and act and surly not express themselves sexually or even have anything sexual in them, of course they only sleep with their husband to reproduce and nothing more.

    I still, to this day, have a cousin who calls me a slut, cause she only knows about one kiss that I had. Not even making out, a kiss lol (If she knew everything else I did lmaooo)

    Here I'm very thankful to my first ex, cause he was the first person to really tell and show me that it is okay and important to express your needs and wants.

    With time and also with my friends encouraging me, I thankfully learned to be me. And since a few months, my mom also slowly starts to be more open about the sex topic and it's really fun to see her get out of that shell.

    • Being called a slut for a kiss? Wth?

    • Yup cause according to her, I shouldn't kiss a guy who is not my husband, and kissing is something dirty and what will the people say if they see us kissing lmao

    • That is absolutely absurd 🤣🤣🤣 talk about being sheltered your whole life

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  • for me it's not really about other people but myself. i am a Christian and i wanna uphold the valuw of beinh a Christian. to this i mean i already imagine myself on different scenarios and i'm already planninh my tactics to get out of a sinful situation. for example me i love hatd so it's naturally hard for me to cheat especially sexually but there's an exception i can cheat if yoy break my heart. i treat beinb a Christian seriously i just cannot let myself lose control. i do not want that. but i think i went overboard i became too hard on myself to the point i feel i don't have healthy relationship with sex. i am religious but i am just like everyone else but i wanna be a woman who upholds Christian values. of course i know i am just also a sinner


    i jusy wanna achieve a certain kind of balance i wanna uphold Christian value but at the same time not so hard on myself to the point even touchinh myself i couldn't enjoy


    the most important in my life is my relationship with God and my health... i don't give a fuck on other people call me prude or slut or whatever who cares


    God is still in contact with me guess i am not displeasing him compare to what i thought before that if i do this God will be displeased

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  • A lot of women are and I can totally understand why.

  • Yes I am honest about sexual need and get called slut often by man

    • Correct. This is a stigma that causes it

    • I can understand other woman not want to be called that

    • It’s degrading and demoralizing. Although there are some girls that embrace that title

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  • If you talk about your sexuality with other guys they think you want to do those things with them… and sometimes if you talk about your sexuality with your partner he will get jealous, or envious, or any number of weird reactions so sometimes best to just not talk about it

  • Strong women who are sexually open are often shamed or called sluts. It teaches women that you should not assert yourself sexually. That of course leads to sexual dissatisfaction and relationships that fail.