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Já que estamos a falar disso.

Acabei de ler um artigo engraçado no Cup of Jo, no qual Emily Nagoshi, terapeuta sexual, diz: "your sexual well-being has nothing to do with how often you do it, or who you do it with, or what room you do it in. (“It,” by the way, means whatever you and your partner mean when you think about sex.) “The key is whether or not you like the sex you’re having." 

Ou seja, façam o que fizerem, mais ou menos vezes, o importante é que façam o que vos apetecer.

"Basically, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to sexuality. (...) Emily says that the goal is to “assess our own sexuality on its own terms, based on our personal and relational experience, without reference to anything that’s happening outside of our bodies and relationships.” In fact, Emily told me that a common phrase among sex educators is, “Stop should-ing on yourself.” “There is no ‘should,’ she says. “Should is not a word that belongs in sex positivity.”"

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