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Jill Scott’s Display Of Faux Fellatio Is A Form Of Sexual Expression

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Jill Scott’s Display Of Faux Fellatio Is A Form Of Sexual Expression

No One Was Harmed During This Jill Scott Concert 

When it comes to topics of sex, sexuality and sensuality typically men are on one side of the fence and women are on the other side of the fence. But in the case of Jill Scott performing faux fellatio on her microphone during a recent concert women seem to be divided.

On one hand you have women saying that her performance was inappropriate, that it’s not lady like and we don’t need to see all of that publicly. Then there’s people who Have placed Jill on an invisible pedestal and they expect more from the Philadelphia native.

On the flipside are the women who view it for what it is; entertainment. This particular group of women are not offended by the video circulating on social media. Many of these women are long-term fans of her music and to those of who have witnessed Ms. Scott in concert, this is not abnormal.

I tend to side with the latter.

As young women we are taught that the topic of sexuality is taboo. We’re not allowed to discuss sex, or sexually express ourselves and this type of restriction often leads to becoming sexually uncomfortable adults. This isn’t the case when it comes to men. I would argue that the way we’re conditioned to view sensual behavior is only a part of the issue. Our inability to explore and fully understand is also problematic and it allows us to appear judgmental towards women in favor sensual expression.

When reading the opinions of those disagreeing with Jill Scott’s form of expression, it felt like she hit a nerve amongst some women. Perhaps she reminded women how uncomfortable they really are in the bedroom and with their sexuality?

But there’s nothing for us to be uncomfortable about.

Look at men for example. Women flock to concerts and performances where men could be accused of objectifying us. We dream of being called up on stage by Usher (or any other male artist) so she can act on her fantasies of being his woman of interest in that moment. We even elected a president who confessed to grabbing women by the pussy, but we’re critical of a woman acting out a sexual act with microphone and we have the audacity to be upset with her because we “expect more of her.”

Instead of being over-critical of this very grown woman, I urge you to keep the following in mind:

A woman’s sexual experiences could be improved upon by simply opening her mind. By taking pleasure in developing new skills it could be beneficial to you and your partner. This goes for men as well but right now I’m addressing the women.

There are stages of sexual acceptance. As you age, your view of what’s acceptable and what isn’t acceptable may change and that’s perfectly fine. In the case of Jill Scott and other women in their 40s, sexual liberation is real and freeing. Being confined and restricted by your beliefs is a thing of the past.

Lastly, no one has the right to tell you how to sexually express yourself. Period.

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