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Embarrassment can be a common reaction to sexual situations that one perceives as awkward, shameful or taboo. This can lead to feelings of discomfort, shame or guilt, and may even prevent people from exploring their sexuality or seeking help when needed.

There are many reasons why someone might feel embarrassed about sexuality, including cultural or religious beliefs, negative past experiences, or fear of judgment from others. Some may also feel embarrassed about their own bodies or sexual preferences, leading to feelings of inadequacy or shame.

It is important to recognize that embarrassment is a normal part of human sexuality, and there is nothing inherently shameful about consensual sexual behaviour. By acknowledging and accepting our own feelings of embarrassment, we can begin to address them and work towards a healthier and more fulfilling sexual life.

If embarrassment is interfering with one's ability to engage in consensual sexual activities or seek necessary medical care, it may be helpful to talk to a therapist or healthcare provider who specializes in sexual health. These professionals can provide guidance and support in overcoming feelings of embarrassment and shame, and help individuals build a more positive and confident relationship with their own sexuality.

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