I bring all this up because a few years ago my husband bought me sex toys for my birthday and it caused a huge fight. I spent my birthday crying and upset because he just didn't get me, and who the hell would want sex toys for their birthday... I think the problem at the time was that I didn't get me. If I knew the things about me then that I know now, I'd have had a really really good time with it. I was actually happy with what he got me this year. That he put thought into what I got, and I got awesome stuff.
I wonder how many people out there don't get to enjoy the things they really would because they think it's wrong (sexually that is). I know most of my problems with sex in the past have been social stigma. I still struggle with it a little because I'm worried what people would think. Then I remember that I don't run around with my mouth wide open telling everyone and their dog about my sexual endeavors, so what should it matter?
I wish people would challenge themselves to step outside their comfort zone. I bet many people would find that they really love it and really open up about themselves. I know I'm still learning things about myself that I find I love all the time. I am so thankful for having an open husband that has gotten me to move forward with my sexual fantasies and ideas.
Have a good night everyone. :D