I know that sounds like a harsh analysis of yourself, but I know so many women who struggle with that exact thought. As women we want to know we are good enough, we want to be desired. Well one of the easiest ways to find that validation is through… sex. Today, I want to be open and talk to any girl who feels the need to use sex as a way to feel wanted, desired, loved, or validated.
Naturalistic and Laboratory Task-Based Evidence ," researchers identified a finding that's at once something you probably already guessed was the case, but never saw hard evidence for before: Here're the findings of the research: Ovulatory shifts in clothing choice were moderated by sociosexuality, attractiveness, relationship status, and relationship satisfaction. Sexually unrestricted women, for example, showed greater shifts in preference for revealing clothing worn to the laboratory near ovulation. The authors suggest that clothing preference shifts could reflect an increase in female—female competition near ovulation.
I saw them play at the SUB in 1964 at West Texas State University, where I went to college. It was an aggie school and they were kinda out of place. John Denver there too, who was a friend of mine during high school in Fort Worth. That is, until he started dating my girlfriend, Sandy B. and later dedicated one of his concerts to.