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Looking for Happiness? Practice Sexuality

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Looking for Happiness? Practice Sexuality

If you are looking for Happiness, practice Sexuality.  Yes, that simple. Irrefutable, if  we do not fall into the error of considering the word sexuality only in its reproductive, genital, erotic and sex practice meaning. If we read the definition of the World Health Organization (WHO) of the word Sexuality, we will understand that the concept is much broader:

SEXUALITY: “…a central aspect of being human throughout life encompasses sex, gender identities and roles, sexual orientation, eroticism, pleasure, intimacy and reproduction. Sexuality is experienced and expressed in thoughts, fantasies, desires, beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviours, practices, roles and relationships. While sexuality can include all of these dimensions, not all of them are always experienced or expressed. Sexuality is influenced by the interaction of biological, psychological, social, economic, political, cultural, legal, historical, religious and spiritual factors.” (WHO, 2006)

But let’s not be fooled ourselves: all people understand sexuality as “something sexual” and when wanting to define sexual we enter a loop. Let’s explore it: According to the WHO definition, sexuality covers aspects such as: attitude, fantasies, beliefs, pleasure…, yes, it does not indicate that it should be “sexual”. Or what do we mean by sexual? -Reread the WHO definition and now, yes, we close the loop:

Is a hot water bath sexual? The illusion of knowing someone? Massage? Self massage? A wonderful flavor? A kiss, to a child, a mother,  a grandfather, a special friend? Is sexual an erotic fantasy? The desire to meet a perfect partner? Where is the limit? What is sexual definition?

Sexuality defines Hapiness

If we expand the meaning of sexual beyond arousal, genitality and the practice of sex, sexual defines exactly what makes us feel good, happy.

My proposal is to promote the meaning of the WHO of the word sexuality, and consider sexual everything that provides us with well-being in the word Sexuality.  And yes, let’s be sexual to be happy, understanding the word sexuality in its broadest sense, as defined by WHO. If you are looking for happiness, practice sexuality. Be sexual, at all times. Maybe you have the best key to find happiness.

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