Sexcapades: “Can You Still be considered a freak, being celibate?”

Celibacy should be considered a celebration. It’s a time you are reserving yourself for marriage or even just for that special someone. Not for one second should this decision be defined as a person who somehow lost their “freakiness”. Being celibate doesn’t mean you don’t know how to please, you don’t know sexual tricks or you are some sexually frustrated person walking around. Celibacy needs to be handled with more respect; you know what you want and who can handle you so why not wait for the right person instead of just that quick boring non-sensational experience.

#ForTheLovers, we love the entire concept of loving. A person can never forget how to love, it’s like riding a bike, at a young age you learned years ago after you haven’t been on a bike in forever but the motion in the pedals always remain, making the ride just like the first time. People assume because you aren’t engaged in sexual activity, you possibility can’t know anything about sex.  It’s insulating and ignorant behavior, especially from your friends.  They should know that you’re the biggest freak in the crew, always have been. What your friends can’t seem to grasp is how your advice on love making is actually improving their relationships, but yet you remain celibate. The thing is you are comfortable with your status, all the fire inside of you will eventually explode, but for the right guy that’s not afraid to put the fire out. Being a freak isn’t easy, but one should be handled with care.

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Author: Tiy Hampton

20 something year old New Yorker, that will make a difference. Open minded, talkative, only child. Shopping, traveling and food are my favorite. God first. I do radio, I model, I write, I report on events and conduct interviews. I believe you must do what you love in order to truly live. #ForTheLove

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