Let’s get serious. Sex is amazing and it’s important that we are able to share openly with our partners about what we want and what feels good and what doesn’t. I know for me this is always complicated by my size.
I am waiting for the day when a book is published (and maybe I just haven’t found it) on sex positions for fat people. I’m sorry Karma Sutra, I cannot balance my entire body on the lower left quarter of my ass while simultaneously wrapping my legs around the head of my partner. It’s just not happening.
So I feel like I’m compounding the fact that I am insecure about sex and how to ask for what makes me feel best added by the reality that traditional sex positions may not be compatible with my own body. I want to challenge the fatphobia that exists in most sex books, sex stores, and our own sexual desires. It will involve a lot of trust and a little creativity but I’m sure I’ll figure it out, I’m deeply invested in achieving orgasms so I’ll have to make it work.
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