You’ve talked publicly about a lot of sexually explicit issues. How did you get to be so comfortable doing that?

Q: You’ve talked publicly about a lot of sexually explicit issues. How did you get to be so comfortable doing that?

Honestly, I have no idea.

In some ways, there’s the anonymity.  That helps a lot.

In other ways, I don’t believe that those sorts of things should be as taboo as they are.

I also think that I don’t look at those issues the same way most other people do.

But I think the biggest reason is that I’ve forced myself to do it.  On a number of those topics, pretty much no one was talking about them, yet many people were curious about them.  It seemed like someone needed to talk about them, and since I was already talking about other things, why shouldn’t I talk about them?

One thought on “You’ve talked publicly about a lot of sexually explicit issues. How did you get to be so comfortable doing that?

  1. I’m usually quiet, but lately I’ve been talking to my mother about asexuality. Now she says I talk about it a lot. But she also talks to me about her life a lot. When I was in school, all of the students had to write down a question for sex ed class. If I would have known about asexuality back then, I may have wrote, “why isn’t asexuality taught in this class?”
    Let my teacher answer that question. But that’s why I didn’t know back then. No one taught it when I was in school.
    Thanks for being so honest & bringing humor to uncomfortable topics.

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