How To Talk To Your Daughter About Sexuality

How To Talk To Your Daughter About Sexuality

A Message to the Daughters of Mother Goddess

Looking back on my journey and experiences, I pondered what I wish someone had told me about my body and sexuality as a young woman. Today, I want to share these insights with you to empower and nurture the next generation of beautiful souls. Through example and embodiment, we can accomplish this.

First, I want to ensure everyone knows what I mean by sexuality. Your sexuality is the source of esteem, and most women’s esteem is bruised by masculine-dominated religions shaming pleasure, expressions, creativity, and sexual desires. Not to mention misusing and mistreating the bodies of women and, even worse, mutilating their genitalia to prevent pleasure. Sexuality gets scarred by life experiences that emotionally, physically, or spiritually wound us. Even generational patterns deeply rooted in our blood from ancestors who struggled to feel empowered in self-expression. So most of the world is living with a wounded sexuality. The world needs the love of the Mother Goddess to wipe over the hearts of all beings and make people whole again.

To protect your daughter from the unpredictable waves of life. Tell her that her vagina is not just a physical organ but a sacred portal to her creative life force energy. It holds the power to manifest her deepest desires and dreams. It absorbs and exudes energy, so be wise about what and who you allow access to your precious garden. Encourage her to love and respect her body, for it is a powerful vessel capable of wondrous things.

Teach her the proper maintenance of keeping a healthy pH and energetic harmony of her private parts. Purchase natural products for her to use.

Teach her to treat her body as a lifelong companion, always there to support and guide her. Show her how to love her body, speak to it kindly, and listen to its needs. Remind her that her body deserves worship and praise for the incredible work it does to keep her alive and thriving.

A loving relationship with her body will boost her self-esteem, making it easier for her to speak up for her needs, express her desires, and set clear boundaries. Encourage her to see her body as a temple of beauty and strength, a sanctuary that deserves the utmost care and respect.

Teach her to embrace her sensuality and the abundance of pleasure life offers. By connecting with her body in a sacred, loving way, she will feel comfortable and confident in her skin, radiating positive and magnetic energy.

As she cultivates a loving relationship with her body, she'll spend more time absorbing life's juiciness rather than getting stuck in overthinking her actions or doubting her magnificence or love. Embracing her body's wisdom and intuition, she'll experience the fullness of each moment with joy and presence.

Encourage her to reveal her authentic self to the world, live her truth, and heal herself with love. She is a beautiful creation worthy of love and respect. Let her know that she holds the power to shape her destiny and create a life filled with love, joy, and fulfillment.

By sharing these lessons with our daughters, we can empower them to embrace their bodies, celebrate their sexuality, and navigate life confidently and gracefully. Let's nurture a new generation of strong, self-loving women who will shine brightly and inspire others along their journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

As mothers and mentors, we are responsible for guiding and empowering the next generation of women on their journey toward self-realization, healing, and empowerment. When speaking to our daughters about their sexuality, it is crucial to approach the conversation with compassion, honesty, and profound insight from experts in the field. This blog post will explore empowering tips to help mothers have meaningful and enthusiastic discussions with their daughters about their bodies, including the proper terminology of their sacred place.

Embrace the Power of Proper Terminology:

When speaking to your daughter about her body, using accurate and respectful terminology is essential. Empower her with knowledge by introducing the proper names of her reproductive organs, such as fallopian tubes, womb, clitoris, urethral opening, etc. These terms may seem complex, but providing her with this knowledge will foster a sense of empowerment and understanding of her body's incredible abilities. Stay tuned for a more detailed breakdown of each one.

Foster an Open and Safe Environment:
Create a safe and non-judgmental space for open communication. Encourage your daughter to ask questions and express her thoughts and feelings about her body without fear or shame. By fostering an open dialogue, you instill a sense of trust and confidence in her ability to explore her sexuality openly and responsibly.

Share Inspiring Stories:
Share inspiring stories of influential women who have embraced their bodies and sexuality. Introduce her to role models who have overcome societal expectations and embraced their unique beauty and femininity. These stories will help her understand that her body is her own and that she has the power to define her identity.

Encourage Self-Exploration:
Teach your daughter that her body is a beautiful temple worthy of exploration and appreciation. Encourage her to learn about her anatomy and understand how her body functions. Emphasize that self-exploration is a natural part of growing up and discovering her true self; she will know what she wants by understanding what she doesn’t want.

Cultivate Body Positivity:
Promote body positivity by celebrating diverse body types and appearances. Teach your daughter to appreciate her body for its strength, resilience, and uniqueness. Encourage her to focus on what her body can do rather than how it looks, fostering a healthy body image and self-esteem.

Address Consent and Boundaries:
Discuss the importance of boundaries and consent with your daughter. Help her understand that her body belongs to her and she has the right to set boundaries with others regarding physical touch and personal space. Empower her to say "no" if she feels uncomfortable or unsafe. She is powerful, encourage her to trust in her ability to create her reality. If she does not want something, speak up, and you shall not have it. If you keep quiet, you will endure things that detract from your happiness and drain you.

If you never were taught how to cultivate healthy sexuality, take these tips and be an example for young girls, whether it be a niece, neighbor, or sister. Let her see an empowered woman thriving in her sacred sexuality, oozing confidence and strength, sensual and soft, yet bold and powerful.



  • Posted by Alexandra Boone on

    As a teacher I definitely have struggled with how to approach these conversations. This was a very practical guide!

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