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Celibacy Reconnected Me to Sex; It Had Nothing To Do With Religion

Along the way, I discovered what 1,000 sexually liberated people have in common.

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio.

From the moment I saw her, I wanted to be Samantha from Sex and the City. To me, Samantha was the embodiment of sexual empowerment. A vixen who indulges in casual sex without shame. Whose lack of convention (when it

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