Femmas are diverse, but they are united by the most powerful and natural part of ourselves: our sexual desire to express our femininity to the world. I want to help you understand what that means, because it is a topic that we don't talk much about. If you want to learn more about the science of women's sexuality and sexuality as a whole, then please read the article below. This article is a guest post written by Dr. Kate Farrow. You can see more of her work at The Bikini Body: Your Journey to a Healthy Body by Dr. Farrow. When I was first asked by my husband about why I felt the way I did about being a woman, I thought that it was about how I was wearing my bikini body. Then I thought about the other women who told me how they had been denied access to their own bodies at the beach, or the way their mothers had treated them at the beach. I decided it was also because I was too proud to ask my husband for advice on how to feel about myself. And I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who feels that way.