Posted in Blog: English | Categories: Non-Erotic | Tags: women, huffington post, sensuality, self help
You don't have to be a size 8, have a big ass and large breasts, a small waist, swing your hips, and show copious amounts of cleavage to entice a man. I'm not saying those things aren't sexy. Of course they are; but there's much more to what makes a woman alluring... and men instinctively know this.
Confidence is one of the sexiest things in a woman, many men say; but it's deeper than confidence. What men are really picking up on when they see a woman with that gleam in her eyes, that sultry smile on her face, is the self-awareness of sensuality.
Sexuality is usually associated with sensuality; and though there is a strong correlation between the two, you can be sexual without being entirely sensual, and you can certainly be sensual without being sexual.
Women who are aware of what feels good to them, what arouses their senses (not only their sexual ones) ooze sensuality. A knowingness. These women understand this looks like confidence, but smells like seduction. Empowerment. Being in possession of yourself.
It doesn't matter if you're a size 6 or a size 32. If you've got it, you've got it. And men know it when you walk in a room or look them in the eye.
But this smoldering self-awareness is not about gaining the attention of men, either.
Real sensuality becomes so... intoxicating, so enchanting ... when its power is harnessed with the intention of being whole, of expressing the fiery, vibrant woman withi...
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When it comes to talking about women, "saying what you mean" and "meaning what you say" don't always have much in common. Words like "bitchy" and "slutty" are clearly sexist and meant to insult, but even seemingly neutral adjectives have become euphemisms for "uniquely female character flaw."
Used by both men and women, these words are the linguistic equivalents of wolves in sheeps' clothing, often disguised as flattery while used to subtly undermine the woman being described. It's time to strip them down.
Below is a brief compendium of adjectives that are often used to describe women -- and what they really mean:
Bossy: Has on one or more occasion suggested that someone, man or woman, has made a factual error. (Related, know-it-all)
Clingy: Describes a woman who insists on responding to a partner's cues of romance, intimacy and commitment by reciprocating them.
Cold: Used to describe a woman who does not smile enough, or whose resting face does not suggest joyous contentment.
Crazy: Attributes women's behavior to an error in reason independent of speaker's actions, thereby dismissing her feelings as irrational, "while simultaneously absolving ... men from responsibility." A label most women seek to avoid at all costs.
Cute: Used among men when referring to an attractive woman whose intellectual and comedic allure ha...