Mijn ontdekking van Sensualiteit en Seksualiteit


Hi lezers,

Dit is eigenlijk een tussendoortje van Denise omdat ik een hele leuke challenge zag. De "Waar Loop Jij Warm Voor" challenge. Nou ik weet wel waar ik warm voor loop, letterlijk en figuurlijk.

Zoals de titel al zegt, ik sta midden in een nieuwe wereld. 


Een wereld die ik sinds enkele maanden met veel plezier aan het ontdekken ben.


Een wereld waar ik mijn lezers graag mee naar toe neem om ze deelgenoot te maken van mijn bevindingen, maar ook van de vragen die deze wereld bij mij oproept.


Want volgens mij is er een leger van jonge meiden daarbuiten die samen met mij deze wereld binnengetreden zijn, maar net als ik niet altijd in hun  directe omgeving terecht kunnen met hun vragen of ideeën. 

Of gewoon graag lezen en leren over de ervaringen van anderen in die wonderlijke wereld.

Mijn passie is dan ook het verkennen van die wereld en alles er om heen.

Om die ontdekkingen daarna te vangen in blogs in mijn eigen, misschien beetje andere, stijl.

Het is zo heerlijk mijn belevenissen te kunnen delen, zo open en eerlijk te kunnen spreken over mijn ervaringen en me toch een beetje verstoppen achter mijn anonieme Denise.

Ook geniet ik van de geweldig leuke en soms hele open reacties van lezers, die hun eigen ervaringen delen, omdat ze iets kwijt willen, of juist om mij weer op nieuwe ideeën te brengen en mijn twijfels weg  te nemen.

Seksualiteit en Sensualiteit is een wereld die oneindig veel mogelijkheden lijkt te hebben, dus wie weet schrijf ik nog oneindig veel belevenissen.

                                                                                                                 x Denise


Omdat mijn blogs over mijn sensualiteit, seksualiteit, ontdekking erg persoonlijk zijn deel ik deze liever niet op mijn eigen sociale media.

Ik denk dat er vele (jonge) meiden zijn, zoals ik, die er iets aan hebben, of het gewoon leuk vinden om te lezen. Ik zou jou als lezer, als je het ook zo ziet, willen vragen of je soms een blog van mij wilt delen.

                                                                                                         Delen helpt elkaar. 

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