For years, Kinleigh Stewart thought she was asexual. On the uncommon event the 27-year-old from Sarnia, Ont., had intercourse, she principally felt anxious – a reality she attributes to early traumatic experiences associated to intercourse – and preoccupied. “I’d think about what groceries I had to buy, if I needed to vacuum. I hated it … It put me in a crippling position,” she stated. In the previous yr, nevertheless, Stewart has found that she will take pleasure in intercourse. It’s simply that, so as to achieve this, she has to be excessive.
A pot smoker since adolescence, Stewart and a former boyfriend determined to attempt smoking up earlier than intercourse. Suddenly, she might climax, one thing she’d beforehand been unable to obtain with one other individual. Being excessive appeared to heighten her senses, which made her extra aroused. Further, connecting together with her sexuality and what turns her on made Stewart understand she is probably not straight. “Now that I can get into [sex], and like it, I think I like women,” she stated.
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