When it comes to sexual freedom, women have come a long way. But there's still a long way to go. For far too long, women's sexuality has been controlled by men. We've been told what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. We've been made to feel ashamed of our desires and our bodies. But slowly, slowly, things are starting to change. Nowadays, more and more women are speaking out about their sexuality and demanding their right to sexual freedom. We're demanding the right to pleasure, the right to explore our bodies and our desires without shame or judgement. We're saying "yes" to our sexual needs and "no" to anyone who tries to tell us what we can and can't do. This is empowering. This is liberating. This is necessary. The sexual revolution might have started in the 1960s, but for women, it's still very much ongoing. We're still fighting for our rights, and we won't stop until we have true sexual freedom.