A confident pussy is a happy pussy

by Maxime Durocher, March 25, 2013

What do I mean by that? Two things. One, literally, that if you are confident in your vagina, that you think it looks good, smells good, tastes good, you will be happy using your vagina. Basically, a confident pussy means fun sex.

The second meaning has a larger sense. The more confident you are about being a woman, the better you will feel about yourself and the more pleasant your interpersonal relations will be, leading to much better sexual encounters.

Now, why am I saying that? First, I'll say that female confidence, especially when it comes to sex, is a subject that touches me profoundly. I love women, I love sex with women, and I believe all women should be free to enjoy sex.

Second, I recently watched a great documentary on the diversity of vaginas and the incredible confidence boost a lot of women felt when realizing that theirs was normal and part of great family of different individuals.

The documentary in question is Petals: Vagina Dialogues by Beck Peacock. It is about a photography book called Petals, how it came to be, and how it impacted women. That book by Nick Karras portrays 48 vaginas in their great variety, and shows how diversified pussies can be.

I invite you to visit the website of Nick Karras (here). There you'll be able to buy his book. If you live in Canada, you can watch the documentary about the book on Netflix.

After watching that documentary, I was pushed to take action. I wanted to help. I decided to restructure my website and have an informative section, easy to read and navigate, where me and my collaborators could write more articles. Information is key to help self-discovery. Thus was born the Lounge.

That's done. Now this first article about pussy empowerment.

At this point, I'd like to say, that in the documentary, there's one thing I strongly disagree with: the very short comment vilifying porn. If you don't like it, don't watch it, but those women deserve as much respect as any other, just like escorts do. I had the same reaction when Eve Ensler in her great Vagina Monologues rose up against shaving pubic hair. If you don't want to do it, don't, but those who want to should be free to do so without any judgement.

Now, back on track to wrap this up.

I think that for a woman to enjoy sex, she needs to know her pussy, play with it, and love it. Loving it, caring for it, and giving it pleasure is giving yourself all these beautiful thing. So, don't be shy, you're pussy is normal. « What about the smell and the taste? » I hear you say. Believe me, with simple hygiene, requiring nothing more than a good washing with just water on a daily basis and before sex, everything will be fine. I've never tasted or smelled a bad pussy.

So, go on, have your man taste you and please you, just don't forget to do it yourself too!

And don't worry if you haven't learned how to please yourself yet, you can start anytime. To paraphrase an old saying: pleasure is not a moment, it's a journey.