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The Most Important Sex Organ


I am asked this question often: what is the most important sex organ? The answer is the human brain. Your brain controls all impulses, functions, sensations and processes of all organs in your body, including your sexual organs.


The clitoris, for instance, although has been designed solely for our sexual pleasure, cannot function without the brain. If you feed yourself negative thoughts about sex, your clitoris will not be able to save you.


If you carry a lot of shame and guilt about sex, all the stimulation to your genitalia in the world will not bring you to orgasm.


So it is very important that you   feed your brain good sexual content and that way you will ensure your sexual empowerment. Exercise: The first exercise I want you to do is: Feed yourself daily with positive thoughts about sex. Instead of feeding yourself shame and guilt, feed yourself messages about how important sex is in our lives.


God made us sexual beings. Sex is the gateway to life. Sex one of the most pleasurable things you can experience. Sex is natural, healthy, fun, and sacred. 

The second exercise I want you to do is feed your brain good content about sex and human sexuality. Read book such as For Yourself: The Fulfillment of Female Sexuality by Lonnie Garfield Barbach, The New Latina’s Bible by Sandra Guzman and The Ripple Effect: How Better Sex Can Lead to a Better Life by Dr. Gail Saltz.  Get the facts from science, medicine and experts in human sexuality and human behavior.


Get to know your body functions and understand your reproductive system and sexual organs. There is a purpose for our bodies having been designed the way they have. Seek higher knowledge and understanding of your body and you will be sexually empowered. And do not stop to seek this knowledge as it will lead you to sexual freedom.




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