If you’re having a conversation about sex with someone in the U.S., you are probably also, implicitly or explicitly, also talking about shame.Enter Monica Lewinsky, who broke her long silence over her affair with President Clinton last year in a essay, a speech at the Forbes Under 30 Summit, and at last week’s annual TED conference for her talk, “The Price of Shame,” at which she received a standing ovation.She said, “I was branded as a tramp, tart, slut, whore, bimbo, and, of course, that woman …Another example: I was on a first date that was going extremely well—until I asked him to go home with me. But I realized, during the date and especially, the radio silence he transmitted after it was over, that I had stepped into a role he didn’t approve of.I wouldn’t say I felt ashamed of sleeping with him, but I did feel like I’d somehow done something wrong. ”The good news is twofold: This shame can be unlearned, shed in favor of an approach that puts our desires first, and that it’s being discussed more widely in our culture, especially the ways it haunts women in particular.
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