Are you looking for a penis or a real man?

Perhaps, this is the most unbearable shocking question that we should ask ourselves before consider going into the dating world.

Why should we ask this to ourselves? What is the difference between the penis and man, or vagina and woman? What is our conscience or protocol to find a mate? Do we want a partnership or a “situationship”? What sex means for us, and when is the right timing to have sex with our new partner?

Are you emotionally available to have a real man or woman in your life? What kind of stories you heard about intimacy? Would people take advantage of you? Do you believe that you can’t fully trust anyone because they will leave you?

The narratives that are in constant replay inside your mind will determine how much success you will have in the dating world and also in life. We all know that everyone says that hookup culture or casual sex is on the rise, that it is hard to find commitment, and no one wants to have a label. But is this true for everyone? Does everyone have commitment phobia or relationship anxiety?

Well, if you want to have a fulfilled and long term relationship, don’t fall for the “dick sand” or “vajayjay sand” trap. Unless you are ok and you want to have sexual intercourse consciously without commitment, don’t fall for it because you will be hurt in the end.
The urgency to find someone just because society says you can’t be on your own will only lead to poor choices and, in most cases, rejecting amazing partners because they don’t give you drama.

So, what is sex?

Sex is a way of lessening our alienation, isolation, and aloneness by physically connecting with, penetrating or being penetrated by another person at the most primal level of existence. Sex substantiates, humanizes, and incarnates existence. It produces joy, love, comfort, affection, and sometimes ecstasy.

Sex is one of the center parts of human existence, but also the symbology between birth and death. With sex and procreation, a new cycle of life will begin developing until the day death will come and take your very last breath away.


When we understand that we are mortals, but most importantly, animals with instincts, the more questions related to sex and existence will dissipate.

I believe we have to access our realities before even think the possibility of having someone in our lives. Not only because every individual is at different levels of maturity and emotional development, but because monogamy should always be a topic to discuss in the early phases of dating.

To get to know someone, you should focus your attention on only one person, and never start dating someone after a breakup. Healthy people usually take one year or more to start a new relationship because they don’t have problems with being alone.

A real man or a real woman will be consistent with you through actions, show up by your side when your life is upside down. And don’t give a shit about what other people will think or say. They are looking for the real you and not for your penis or vagina. They will be your teacher, but they also want to be your student.

Personally, I don’t believe in unicorns or fairytales, neither in dramatic Hollywood happy endings. Call me cold, but I like to see myself as a woman who knows what she wants and where she is going. I don’t have sex with one man unless we have an established commitment because let’s be honest, we can have sex with ourselves, so why be in a hurry for less than we deserve?

What I describe in this article and the questions I raise is just the first step to avoid fall into toxic and destructive intimate relationships. Don’t fall for trends, penis, vaginas, or what society dictate. You want real love, don’t fake yourself.

Are you looking for a penis/vagina or a real man/woman?

Have a lovely week!


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      1. I don’t think I’ve ever dated any woman who was attracted to me because of my dick (although I prefer Mr. Tips). Anyway, I think what you’re really saying is that a relationship is deeper than just the sensation caused by genitals. True – I agree 100%.

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    1. Olá Ricardo,

      obrigada pelo comentário e pelo link que deixaste e que li com satisfação.

      Sobre Kant: “Quem sabe satisfazer seus impulsos é inteligente; quem os domina é sábio.“ e “Mesmo a mulher mais sincera esconde algum segredo no fundo do seu coração.“

      Duas citações que nos fazem pensar que quando nos deixamos levar pelos nossos instintos animalescos, fazemos pobres escolhas na vida e para a vida. E que, afinal de contas, não é saudável que contemos todos os nossos segredos para quem se relaciona connosco intimamente. Não porque queremos enganar ou esconder, mas porque temos o direito à nossa privacidade. A lealdade do ser humano não é quantificada pela quantidade de segredos que revela, mas pela capacidade de ser e estar mesmo quando o meio envolvente lhe pede, ou nos pede fuga.

      A sexualidade, a sexualidade é parte integrante do indivíduo e como Freud muito bem explicou na sua época, a sexualidade não tem qualquer tipo de relação com a nossa identidade. A identidade do indivíduo foi criada pela sociedade em que nos inserimos e não pela nossa predisposição interior. Além disso, a própria satisfação sexual é muito mais cerebral que genital, vejamos como homens e mulheres reagem, por exemplo, quando o parceiro ou parceira os atiça com mensagens durante o dia ou com um simples flirt. O poder da imaginação em força que dinamiza a verdadeira libido.

      O que terá mais peso: o coito em si, ou o simples acto de fazer o outro se sentir importante e querido?

      Questões pertinentes que aqui deixo.

      Desejo-te uma óptima semana 🙂

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  1. 13.12 centimeters in length and 11.66 centimeters in circumference in erection. It is 9.16 centimeters long and 9.31 centimeters in circumference at rest. Finally, the mist that enveloped the mystery of male dimensions (and above all that relating to how to measure the organ: in erection, flabby, in stretching? At room temperature, from prone, from supine?) Has cleared. We have a shared standard. A reference measure obtained by analyzing, for the first time in the history of andrology, over 15 thousand penises worldwide. The work, just published in the British Journal of Urology International, could “reassure most men,” according to the authors, “that the size of one’s penis is perfectly normal.” A fixed nail which, according to some estimates, concerns 45% of the male population. And that sometimes, from mere concern, can turn into a real disease: it is the so-called dysmorphophobia, or the fear that arises from a distorted vision of one’s external appearance

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    1. Giancarlo,

      Thank you for your commentary!

      You brought to the table one interesting topic to discuss, penis length and sexual pleasure has been a taboo for a very long time. But the truth is my article doesn’t talk about sexual organs directly, but the unconscious choices we make in relationships based on physical traits and hormones.

      Anyway, you gave me a good idea for one article. Does the size matter when we talk about pleasure?

      Have a lovely week!



    1. Thank you so much for your commentary!

      It is my personal opinion that there is a profound need to talk about these topics without fear or shame. Society requires education in all areas for citizens to navigate safely within emotional confusion in today’s world.

      I am glad you liked my post!

      Have a lovely week! 🙂

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