Sexual Confidence in 2020
Women of all shapes and sizes should feel confident physically and sexually. And now, we’re in the first year of a new decade. Women are wearing lingerie for themselves and feeling pride in the bodies they were given at birth. And at Cherry Blossom Intimates, that’s what were all about. Below are a few easy and free ways to boost your own sexual confidence this year.
-What You Wear
The clothes on out backs are a reflection of who we are. And we don’t have to spend a fortune to feel confident. Wear what makes you feel beautiful every day, in your own unique body.
-What you do
Everyone has unique hobbies and things they like. Have fun by doing activities that you enjoy and make you feel good. Are you into sports? Maybe try working out to improve your body’s health. Are you a frequent shopper? Purchase things that make you feel good in the skin you're in. The options are endless.
-Show Others who you are
In the past, women have been told to hide themselves, their opinions or ideals to make space for men. You should feel perfectly comfortable with who you are as a person and your individual ideas. Practice sexual confidence this year by speaking your truth, even if others don’t agree or want to listen.
-Have a confident relationship with your own body
Every female should have a good relationship with their body. Have a positive relationship with your figure by feeding it good food and thinking positive thoughts.
Let’s face it. Sometimes people will just decide they don’t like you, or your body shape. From social media to the people outside, mean-spirited words and comments are hurtful. The best thing you can do is to reject body shaming by living your best life in your body.
-Don’t shame other women
Sometimes, women decide to be each other’s own worst enemy, especially when it comes to physical appearance. You can’t change other people’s behavior, but you can avoid falling into the trap of shaming other women by spreading positivity and minding your own business. Besides, you’ll feel better about your body, knowing you’ve helped uplift someone else’s.