Because, if we’re to be honest, every topic can be turned into a sexual one!Case in point: “How do you want your burger cooked?You think that people should be open about sex and their sexuality, and you’re not really sure why the details about the last oral you gave should be off the table during brunch.You’re constantly explaining the difference between sex and love. You can love someone you’re having sex with or have sex with someone you don’t love, but they’re two completely different things.As sexual beings, some of us are more sexual than others.You know, like how some people are taller than others, some are funnier, and some are smarter.Nessa even makes a living by reviewing sex toys and has regular partners to "sort out her cravings".She told The Sun: "If I'm not having it, I'm writing about it, reading about it or even teaching it to friends who aren't as confident in the bedroom as I am."Nessa admits she has sex with both men and women and even indulges in kinky threesomes.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to get it on all the time, but it can create quite a distraction.However, as a highly sexual woman, you’ve probably also learned how to handle those desires and push them aside (temporarily) when necessary.You manage to turn every conversation into a sexual one.Your mind is boggled as to why people can’t figure out this one. Not that it’s a contest, of course, but yeah, you definitely masturbate more than your friends ― and not just because you need to for stress reasons, but because your sex drive demands it of you.Amanda Chatel Amanda is a writer who divides her time between NYC and Paris.