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Zara Cassidy Cross 24 is part of an emerging set of Irish women who feel they are perpetually conned by inaccurate sexual ideals. This concept of a 'new woman' has become a sort of safe phrase for women who want to talk about sex but in a totally abnormal way," she said. Zara feels our association between modernity, progress, and this new, seemingly empowered, type of female sexuality is leading to a lot of confusion among young women. We're not 'new' women. We haven't grown new limbs or anything. It's a hyper-sexualised media construct. A columnist brags that they 'slept with 20 men before the age of 26', and we're all supposed to bow down to her.
Sorry if I don't find that appealing, and I think there's a lot of young women like me. It's normal behaviour, but I don't have to be a mouthpiece for other people's ideals to do it, or subscribe to some set idea of what sexuality should be. We have to remember that, throughout history, women always talked about sex. We need to stop being 'new women' and start just being women. Our great-grandparents didn't go out and get drunk at the weekends. A cultural historian would say all of this behaviour is relatively recent.
It shows we're still in the Catholic tradition, even if things, in many ways, have changed. It seems like we are all suspended in other people's ideas of what it means to be a woman in contemporary Ireland. We all looked shining in our communion dresses but now, according to some, we're more into leather and meeting strangers for dogging sessions in car parks. Failing that, we're so locked into an idea of appearing 'slutty' that we utterly repress our basic sexual urges. The outcome of allowing others to dictate our sexuality was painfully highlighted in a conversation I had with a male friend.
One night, over a few beers, he announced: When I asked him where he got such an idea, he said with blind conviction a girl he had dated told him so. Instead of feeling angry at his stupidity to fall for such a clear lie, I felt sorry for the woman who felt compelled to tell it. What had happened to this woman, where she suddenly felt being in a relationship meant denying her own sexuality entirely? How did we end up with all these frustrated women who don't masturbate, but might give it all up in a drunken stupor on the floor of in a city-centre nightclub?
Colette Nolan 31from Kildare, says our thwarted relationship with female sexuality is down to a culture of silence and lack of good sex education. That silence breeds a horrible ignorance, and with Catholicism there's the guilt and shame too. I thought there was something wrong with me. When I did have sex, it was sore, so I went to a nurse and told her. She said there was nothing wrong with me and to go home. She quickly realised asking questions related to her sexuality was an isolating experience. Irish sex education, or lack of, led me to a really vulnerable place, wide open, not knowing what I was doing, I completely left out my own pleasure and just did what was expected of me.
Leslie agrees that the subject of sexual pleasure is completely absent from the Irish curriculum. The underlying aims are about health promotion, and in many schools it is being squeezed to fit within a perceived tiny constraint of Catholic ethos. I don't believe that male or female pleasure is being taught in any comprehensive way in Irish sex ed. It's a shame really, because if people aren't able to experience pleasure, how do they know when something unpleasant is happening to them? The Catholic hangover still rages, as women desperately try to construct a new sexual identity in contemporary Ireland. A friend of mine complained recently that female sexual pleasure has always been hijacked, whether it's by men, the Church or the media.
There is usually an umbrella group waiting in the wings to tell us the 'right way' to have sex as women. There is also massive objectification to contend with and whether or not our sexuality has always been part of the patriarchal male narrative. Lucy Shah 27from Dublin, carried out research on Irish women who identified as bisexual.