Pamela shares how she plans to get more women talking about their sexuality.
One of the reasons I have chosen to go public with my story in the book and in an attempt to explain the science in ways women understand, is because I am just stunned at how women diminish their lives, and I felt that this was a small contribution to opening up the dialogue, and now there are women out there who are trying to open this discussion.
And it's almost as though, you know, it’s a bad thing to talk about a woman’s sexuality, that we should be focused on our intellectual and career accomplishments, and I mean that’s all well and fine, and I believe in all that stuff and I have been a professional all my life, but you know, sexuality is still a big part of it. Why should we lose that piece?
So writing the book is a big part of opening up the dialogue, and I am willing to talk about pretty much anything with people, and I think the fact that I'll come forth and I have taken responsibility for myself and taken chances and done what I think other women are interested in doing, I think I am helping to set something and bring example, and I am an open book., so if you need any information from me, you’re going to get it. So that’s the best I can do, but it still surprises me how women settle for less.
Everyone knows you only talk about sex in secret. Everyone but me that is. I’m Pamela Tames and you can hear more about my take on sex and the older woman at http://seasonedsex.com.
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