To Be A Happy Lesbian:
A Coming Out Guide
Chapter 2 Sample Page:
talk and basic lesbian anatomy
the use of learning this?
Knowledge is power. If you apply yourself to
learning everything you can about a womans body, then you will have confidence
in yourself and your abilities to bring your partner pleasure. If you know what
a womans sometimes subtle responses mean, then you can communicate on a
deeper level and have a more satisfying relationship.
People ARE different.
The wonderful thing about being human is that we
are all basically the same in structure, yet we are all incredibly different.
What makes one person swoon in passion can make another totally disgusted. This
is why both verbal and nonverbal communication is so important. In this chapter
we will concentrate on basic anatomy and nonverbal, or bodily, communication.
Verbal communication will be covered in Chapter 4.
is bodily communication?
When you get cold, your skin may raise with goose
bumps and you can start to shiver. This is your body communicating, Hey!
Its freezing out here. Either get me a big coat, or lets go in by
the fireplace. Your body is talking to you constantly, although many of
these messages go unnoticed because they are such common occurrences. For most
of us, sex does not happen twenty-four hours a day, which means that during arousal,
our bodys responses can be easily charted.
what can a body say?
Pay attention to your own responses when you are
beginning to get sexually aroused. What do you feel? Is it a heat wave that starts
at your feet and burns through your center? Do you get flushed in the face, or
red around your chest and neck? Does your heart start pounding and your respiration
increase, or does your clitoris swell up and start to itch? Do your hands perspire
or do chills break out over your back? Is your mind full of wonderfully intense
images of what you would like to do with her?
are just a few of the messages your body might whisper--or flat-out yell--when
you are in the mood. The key is to be aware of your own messages, and then open
yourself up to seeing your partners...
TO BE A HAPPY LESBIAN:
A COMING OUT GUIDE
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