I understand where you are coming from. It may be because of how you relate sex in your mind. You may feel like it is dirty or bad because when you were sexually abused as a child sex was a bad thing, or a thing to be ashamed of or confused about. You say it didn't hurt, ok, but how about the aftermath? you say that you see a therapist so i will assume that this is all out in the open, and the general reaction to all of this (how people reacted when it was discovered-if it was discovered) may imprint on your mind that sex must be a bad thing with no exceptions, or that you should somehow now try to continue to preserve your innoccence by not wanting sex in some kind of defence to show people that the sexual abuse was not your doing and not something that you wanted, you don't need to "preserve that innoccence" (that is not even a valid de>
Edited by king tut (03/03/09 04:45 PM)
"...until lambs become lions"
I love you, little lewis, and i will never leave you. We are the same. You brighten my day, and i will make sure that i brighten yours. Hugs and kisses.