Sex, Aphrodite Awakening, Kuel Category Expert: Beth Keil
Having a nude pussy isn’t something new.
When you look at ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, you’ll notice the ‘camel toe’ look on some of the women. The cleft that’s revealed when there’s no pubic hair. Perhaps back then, they called it an Egyptian, and not a Brazilian!
And, if you’re a midlife woman, no gray hairs!
“Other women felt if hair was supposed to be there, to keep it there – this train of thought, however, doesn’t work when you consider the number of women who shave or wax their legs and underarms.”
Why Would A Woman Have Her Pubic Hair ‘Manicured’ Or Be ‘As Clean As A Whistle’?
In a social media post on this topic, there were women who voiced concerns about whether the nude look played into a woman looking like a pre-pubescent girl, and therefore, had pedophilia undertones. Other women felt if hair was supposed to be there, to keep it there – this train of thought, however, doesn’t work when you consider the number of women who shave or wax their legs and underarms.
Is It Anti-Feminist To Split Hairs?
In conversations about waxing, I hear it asked, can you be nude, and still be a feminist? It was as if you’d be betraying the women’s movement somehow.
To answer this question, and the one about pedophilia, ask – is a woman seeing herself as a sexual object, and not as an independent and unique sexual being, in charge of her own sexuality? In this case, SHE is defining who she is and what she does.
Pubic Hair Became A Serious Matter!
Then, some years ago, a midlife woman shared that it was her lover who told her she couldn’t hide her “beautiful pussy” (and how many women ever hear that??), and asked if he could shave her. It was one of the most erotic experiences she and her partner ever had, so much so, she orgasmed a number of times, causing him to pause.
Since that day, she has remained a “pussy nudist” (her words), as it makes her feel sexy and erotic. Her partner still enjoys it, but quickly it became about her. Quite unexpectedly, being a nudist led her to claim her sexuality and pleasure in a way she never had, and now she loves how she looks and feels.
We Each Claim And Live Our Sexuality And Sexual Expression Uniquely:
Given we are diverse, independent individuals, there will be hair diversity!
Whether you wax on, wax off,
Prefer the natural look,
Are somewhere in-between,
Find yourself curious,
Your sexual erotic expression is YOURS to explore and discover!
Here’s to Your Aphrodite Rising!
About the Author:
Beth Keil helps her clients change and transform their lives. She offers a special focus on helping people claim the birthright of their erotic identity and to live in the joy, intimacy, and connection it brings. Beth is a Registered Nurse, MindSet Coach, and a Board Certified Hypnotist. Through her work, she enjoys integrating all her interests, experiences, and skills to bring sensuality, sex, and the erotic into greater awareness and conversation. You can schedule a 30-minute complimentary phone consultation with Beth using the Discovery Session icon.