The insidious phrase of "I'm sorry" has become way too ingrained in women's vocabulary and is more often blurted out from the subconscious as opposed to being stated with an intention arising from actually needing to apologize.
Voices of Lalita -
I either believed myself unworthy of partnership or that men don't want it, so by being the cool girl, I must be more desirable. I can tell you that outlook is not working for me. If I desire partnership, I have to demand it, just like with anything I want in this world. #iownit
I do not see sexuality as all or nothing. It is simply one strand that weaves in the tapestry of our existence and being. I can also say that walking through this world and powerfully owning your sexuality and body is no easy feat and any one who attempts to say that being sexy cheapens a woman is not looking at how difficult it is to truly express your authentic self.
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