Algunos lectores nos han pedido en los últimos meses que hable de Brianna Stone.
No teníamos el gusto de conocerla, pero tras indagar sobre ella en la red he comprendido por qué la reclaman. Esta modelo estadounidense tiene un cuerpo extraordinario.
Por más que he buscado, no he encontrado demasiada información sobre ella, pero sí una sesión de fotos espectacular para Lui Magazine que salió a la luz el pasado mes de septiembre. En ella podemos ver a Brianna posando desnuda ante la cámara de Mark Squires. Todas las fotos son fantásticas, pero hay que destacar la que encabeza el post por lo bien que pone de manifiesto la perfección de su cuerpo.
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I’ve (31F) recently started exploring the concept of casual sexual encounters with the help of Tinder. I’m loving how my high sexual needs are being satisfied but struggling with the fact that the men I’m sleeping with are just using me for their own needs….. even though that is exactly what I’m doing with them. Ugh. Any tips with how to get over these feelings of guilt and shame I’m having? I know they are a product of societal indoctrination (society being more lenient towards male sexual freedom than female) and I’m interested to know if any other women get these feelings or maybe I’m an overthinker and just need to take a breath and chill.
fenderpender: I felt the same thing when I was having sexual encounters. Turns out I didn’t like the feeling of being seen as only a sexual object and nothing more. However when I got to know the person I was having casual sex with, this feeling disappeared. Maybe you need to have some sort of connection or hang out with the person before you sleep with them? I’d say most people actually feel like this, and those who don’t are in the minority.
PlaysAprtStaysTgethr: Why is it shameful? Is there something wrong with your sex? Is casual sex bad? The answer is no. Culture has stigmatized frequent casual sex as bad. Enjoy yourself and do what makes you happy. If a guy doesnt want to be used for sex, he wont put out. Same goes for you.
Just remember your partners are human people with human feelings too. As long as both parties come to it as adults, understanding why you are there, no one is getting used
ManBearHybrid: I really do think that perceptions are changing around the whole male/female thing and sexuality. It may just be the circles I move in but more and more, I’m see that men who have a lot of sex are assumed to be gross pickup artist types or that they must have lied and manipulated to get what they want, and that women who have a lot of sex are seen as free spirits who are in touch with their sexual sides. I think that women being a bit slutty has become something to be proud of, and I kind of agree with that too.
But I see a lot of shaming of men on tinder too – women with profiles that say something like “if you’re one of those creeps who only wants a fling or a one night stand, keep stepping.” – there’s nothing wrong with wanting a fling as long as you’re honest about it, regardless of your gender.