When I married that man, I knew him as a woman. I fell in love with him as a woman.
When I was pregnant with our second child I wanted a little girl so badly that I felt guilty. Our first born was a son and I longed for a baby girl I could put ribbons and lace on. I dreamed about what she would look like. In my dreams she had big blue eyes and black, curly hair.
It's time we stopped empowering fear and insecurity with archaic gender ideas or destructive hashtags. Let's focus instead on making people proud and empowered about the things that make them unique.
What's up with the idea that straight men and lesbians are supposed to be mortal enemies? Shouldn't they be bffaeae? They both be after yo girl.
What I mostly find in my practice with heterosexual couples is that it is not the porn itself that is the problem, rather the reaction to it by both the partner who views porn, and/or the spouse.
Some adventures are just worth having.