No matter how accomplished, sex magicians are still human beings. Human beings generally have hopes, fears, and even insecurities. These insecurities can get in the way of focus, making it difficult to direct one’s will. Stylecaster reports:
Interestingly, some research has shown that sexual-performance anxieties are largely the same for cisgender women and cisgender men. A 2016 Superdrug Online Doctor survey of 2,000 American and European adults found that the most common sexual stressors for cisgender men and women alike were STIs, body image, achieving orgasm and unintended pregnancy.
What if you knew ways to get your mind away from worries and on to magick? Admittedly these are rather specific to cisgender, binary folks, but we have to start somewhere. Never fear, there will be further diversity in later articles!