There’s actually two flavours of M&Ms at fault.
- Men and Mothers
- Media and Mindset
I’ve done a lot of research on this lately and it’s a sad reflection of how society has subtlety and innocuously affected a woman’s sexuality. To the point, most women probably don’t even realise they’re not the mature sexual beings that they were meant to be.
And by mature sexual beings, I don’t mean sluts or overtly promiscuous either. We all deserve the enjoyment, pleasure and joy we were all meant destined for, as human beings.
Let me take you through what I mean and you’ll soon understand.
You might like to rekindle a previous post I did recently on What Is The Male Radar which will be a good preface.
Whether you’re a father or a woman reading this, take your thoughts back to when you (or your daughter) were a little girl. Even before she/you started blossoming with radiant hormones and visible breasts, your Dad knew what was coming – as did your Mother.
From a very young age, females have had their bodies shackled into submission.
Sugar and Spice and all things nice
We know what’s coming and this is what we want you to be like
Is it any wonder that this brainwashing permeates a grown woman’s actions, how she views her body and, ultimately, her views of her own sexuality and what a healthy body is suppose to be?
The continuation of an inhibited woman into motherhood, sees the same re-educatation occur.
Your own mother has, very likely, lived her life in a repressed body and image restraint.
Her mind is already primed to reign down the same belief when she notices the maturation of her ‘little girl’.
Her mind is racing with the knowledge that her princess might fully understand sexual freedom – that simply must not happen!
I could insert the few words of ‘Nuff Said’ and you’d understand the situation of how today’s Media Companies destroy a woman’s view of her own body.
Television, movies and print media is awash with the perceived view of what a female should look like.
This is also very much greed based too.
A woman is continually conscious of her looks.
By taking advantage of a sliver of self doubt and the media have an ever increasing gravy train of saleable products … sad, but very true.
Unfortunately, you also have the continuation of perpetuating the world of female image and sexual constraint.
The culmination of the preceding 3 M&Ms leads us into the formation of the 4th.
So tell me, what kind of woman are you (or what category of woman is your partner)?
- Are you totally (and I mean totally) at ease with your body and sexual outlook?
- Are you putting on a brave face to give the impression that you’re sexually liberated?
- Are you wanting to be more liberated but know you’ve got pent up blocks that prevent you from being the woman you know you want to be?
- Are you the type who avoids thinking about this stuff and keeps your mind on other things, in your life?
It might be interesting if you both compare notes after you’ve both made a choice too.