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9 Sex-Positive Instagram Accounts All Women Should Follow

They all embrace sexuality and sexual expression.

Whether you want to see inclusive and representative erotic pictures, take control of your sexual health or just need some goddam picking up off the floor when you’re feeling crap, these 9 Instagram accounts are sex-positive and totally worth following.

1 MysteryVibe

Why follow MysteryVibe?

For beautifully curated pictures exploring pleasure, sexuality, sensuality and design. If you want to be inspired by the future of sex, this is where you should be looking.

2 Unbound

Why follow Unbound?

If, from time to time, you need a little reminder that you’re an absolute badass (don’t worry, we all need it once in a while).

3 Elvie

Challenge the status quo 👩🏻‍🔧👩🏼‍🌾👩🏽‍🚒👩🏾‍🔬👩🏿‍⚖️

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Why follow Elvie?

If you want to take control of your sexual health, and find your inner strength BC it definitely does exist.

4 Lovability

🙌🏾 #truth @maggiewest @ariscestocrat @amberrose @slutwalk_la

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Why follow Lovability?

If you believe gender equality starts in the bedroom. Their posts will make you want to keep your sex fresh, safe and, well, sexy.

5 Dame

Let your garden grow (or not, we’re not about to tell you what to do with your pubic hair) 🌱 📸 @pusssywitch

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Why follow Dame?

For a super-fun and feminist take on sexuality.

6 SH24

Here are some fun facts about your clit: ⠀ .⠀ 1. Did you know that the clitoris has 8,000 nerve endings?⠀ 2. Only 25% of the clit is visible outside the body. The rest of it is 3 or more inches long, making it about as long in total as a penis.⠀ 3. Your clit grows. Like, a lot. After menopause it can be 2.5x as big as it was when you were a teenager. If you're on testosterone therapy, it can grow even more!⠀ 4. The average clitoral orgasm is stronger than the average penile one, probs because the nerve endings are more concentrated. ⠀ 5. 75% of people with a clit need it to be stimulated to achieve orgasm. It can take as much as 30 mins of clitoral stimulation to prepare a vagina for penetrative sex. ⠀ ⠀ Now that we've blown your mind, go out there and give a clitoris a good time. ⠀ .⠀ Image: 'Lit Clit', Sophia Wallace, 2016 . #sexeducation #anatomy #womenshealth #mondaymotivation #sex #sexy #clitoris #girlswholikegirls #love #selflove #bopo #transbodies #girlpower #body #vagina #sexeducation #selflove #makelove #relationships #pink #vaginaart #feminism #feminist #learning #ladiesnight #gspot #lust #lgbt #art #light⠀ ⠀

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Why follow SH24?

If you support the LGBTQ+ community and want to celebrate intimacy and holistic wellbeing.

7 Sh!

Why follow Sh!?

For sex-positive messages that champion the diversity of human sexuality.

8 Math

#mathmag in the wild!#Repost @_mollyace_ ・・・ what a neat fucking time, wow

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Why follow Math?

If you’re feeling naughty. Their inclusive erotica is made with love and lust.

9 Sustain

Reminder to take up your space and OWN your space this weekend.

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Why follow Sustain?

If your vulva is your best friend. This is a platform for women to get the tools and education they need to take control of their sexual and reproductive health.

This article was originally published on Cosmopolitan.co.uk

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