Dear little girl,
You are ok, what you are doing is ok. That warm, wondrous feeling you experience when you squeeze your legs together, wiggle your toes, and use your fingers to rub where your pee comes out, that is an orgasm. And it is magical.
Your body, sweet baby girl, is yours. Own it. Love it. Appreciate it. Others will tell you that your pleasure isn’t as important as other people’s pleasure; that is a lie.
Your body is yours to share when and with whom you want, on your terms. Those rules are yours to set, to change, and to declare. Say them loudly, clearly, with confidence, as the world will try to bend and break those rules. That, little girl, is not your fault.
Your body, your sexuality, changes. How you will feel about touching it, loving it, appreciating it, celebrating it, challenging it, sharpening it, all of this is fluid. Much like that warm liquid that comes out as your body shudders in pleasure; its pure. And it’s yours.
You will, likely, have a lot of different kinds of sex in your life. Sex with yourself, sex with others. Most of the sex, perhaps all of it, that you have will be recreational. You might decide that you want to have a baby someday and the sex that you might or might not have to get that baby inside your body will be, during that time, purposeful in an added way. But most of the sex that you will have in your life will be for fun, for pleasure, try to treat it that way.
The most important thing I want you to know about your body and your sexuality is that it is a gift. Don’t take it for granted, and don’t squander it. Keep it safe, tend it well, and enjoy every minute of it.
Your grown up self