Sex in the Conservative city
The conservative woman is fighting battles on two fronts: The Big Mama’s girl and the modern expectations of who she should be.
The big thing for most girls has been Sex and the City … the premiere of the movie that is. Me and my girls have had many debates ignited after watching the movie. And one of the issues was the sexuality from a conservative woman’s point of view. And you must admit Sex and the City is based on a Western culture.
Question is: Are the women sexy? Well my boyfriend who wants me to stay curvy told me I can diet all I want so long as I don’t lose the hips and bottom. Problem is he is of the view that the more the buxom, the sexier a woman is. And I can’t even fit into the clothes I wore 6 months ago.
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My point is, in Sex and the City, the women are in control of their bodies and sexuality … not their spouses. Take Samantha’s avid interest in all matters sexual. She is constantly on the prowl for the next man to bed and she isn’t sorry about what her interests in bed are.
So how much interest should a woman show? That is what most of us conservative women struggle with, especially those of us who were brought up with the notion that a woman should be modest, keep herself well covered, sit properly and shouldn’t show any interest in sex.
Sex and the City has challenged women greatly on how they present themselves to others, particularly to the husbands. Should women borrow a little from Samantha when sex is concerned? I guess it’s not the doing that matters, it’s the attitude with which we do it with.
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