For as long as I can remember, I’ve been aosexual. That is, I don’t really experience sexual attraction to either males or females. This has never posed a problem for me, until now. I recently came out as gay and my family was not at all happy about it. They are staunchly religious and view homosexuality as a sin that will condemn me to an eternity of damnation. This is one of the many reasons why homosexuality remains a taboo topic in much of the world; there’s just too much fear and ignorance in regards to it. Thankfully, I have the freedom to choose who I love and this is something that I am not going to let go without a fight. In this FreedomSex me blog post, we will explore the decision of my life and how you can fight for your own freedoms too.
The beginning of my journey
I never thought I would consider going without sex, but after six months of freedom, I am happy to say that I am now a FreedomSex advocate. Here is my story:
I was always a sexually active person. In high school, I had sex with multiple partners and continued to do so throughout college. However, when I got married and started having kids, my sex life took a hit. My husband was very vanilla and didn’t enjoy sex as much as I did. We would usually just watch TV or go out with friends instead of exploring our sexuality together.
Around the time my second child was born, I decided it was time for me to start exploring my own sexuality again. After doing some research, I found FreedomSex, which explained how to have enjoyable and safe sexual experiences without needing a partner. FreedomSex also offered advice on how to create healthy sexual relationships without involving partners.
The first step for me was to create boundaries with my husband about what we would and wouldn’t do sexually. This wasn’t easy because he is a very trusting person, but it was important for me to set boundaries in order to protect myself and our children. We agreed that we would only have mutually agreed-upon sexual activities (no intercourse), that any sexual activity outside those activities would be considered cheating on him, and that he could never demand anything from me sexually without discussing it first with me. We also created these rules together using Freedom
My decision to have surgery
I am a transgender woman and have been living as my true self for the last two years. I made the decision to have surgery to transition from male to female, and I couldn’t be more happy with the result. The surgery was a very complex process, but it was worth it in the end.
I feel so much more comfortable in my body now that I have had surgery. It feels like a weight has been lifted off of my shoulders. Not only do I feel better in myself, but I also feel more confident and secure in my relationships with others.
I would definitely recommend surgery to anyone who is considering it. It is an incredibly empowering experience and it will change your life for the better.
Recovery and adjustment
FreedomSex Me is my story of self-discovery and sexual liberation. It’s the story of a young woman who decides to break free from the strictures of traditional sex and relationships. I started FreedomSex Me as a way to explore my own sexuality without judgement or fear of reprisal.
I’m still working on liberating myself sexually, but overall it’s been a positive experience. I’ve learned a lot about myself and about how I want to be intimate with other people. Despite the challenges posed by freedom, I’ve come out stronger and more confident than ever before.
The post-op journey
After more than a year of contemplating whether to go through with my surgery, I finally made the decision to have it done. I was hesitant at first because I wasn’t sure if I could handle the post-op journey. However, after doing a ton of research and talking to people who’ve had surgery, I felt confident that it was the right decision for me. Here’s a breakdown of my post-op journey…
The day of my surgery everything went smoothly. The anesthesiologist put me to sleep and I woke up feeling like I had no pain at all. The only discomfort I experienced was when they inserted my Foley catheter (a long, thin tube that is inserted into your bladder to drain urine). This took about 30 minutes but afterwards everything was fine.
One thing worth noting is that you will need to take antibiotics before your surgery to prevent urinary tract infection (UTI). Make sure you talk to your doctor about whether or not this is necessary for you.
The next few days were mainly spent resting in bed while they monitored me overnight. On the fourth day, they started the actual surgery by slicing open my chest and removing my breasts. The entire process took around three hours and afterward I was sent home with instructions on how to care for my new breasts.
During the first few weeks after surgery, you’ll likely experience some sensitivity in your nipples as they heal. This can be alleviated by using nipple shields or wearing clothes that cover
Thoughts on freedom and sex
FreedomSex Me: The Decision of My Life
When I was younger, I always thought that sex was this really big deal. I mean, it’s something that everybody talks about and seems to be so important, but to me it just seemed like a lot of fuss over something that wasn’t really all that special.
But as I got older and started to learn more about freedom, I realized how incredibly important sex is. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to create new life or share love with our partners. And for me, that’s the best part of being free: being able to have sex the way that feels best for me and my partner.
There are a lot of different ways to have great sex, and that’s what makes freedom so amazing. You can do anything you want in the bedroom, as long as it feels good for both of you. So if you’re thinking about having sex for the first time, don’t be afraid to try something new! It’ll definitely be an adventure worth taking!
I’ve been thinking about this decision for a long time, and I’m finally ready to make it. FreedomSex me is retiring from the adult entertainment industry. This isn’t an easy decision by any means, but it’s something that I really believe in and something that I know is right for me. I don’t regret anything during my time in the adult entertainment industry; in fact, I would go as far as to say that it was one of the best things that ever happened to me. But now that I’m older and wiser, I realize that there are other things in life that are more important than working in the porn industry. It’s taken a lot of courage and strength to come out with this announcement, but at the end of the day, it feels incredibly liberating. Thank you all for your support throughout this process — without you, none of this would have been possible.