Kourtney Kardashian Appears to Come Out as Autosexual

Fans have been curious about whether Kourtney Kardashian has openly discussed being autosexual since she published an article on her lifestyle website.

Back in 2020, the 44-year-old reality TV star wrote a piece titled ‘Are you low-key autosexual?’ on Poosh. In the article, she talked about the idea that everyone, including herself, might be somewhere on the autosexuality spectrum.

The mum-of-four frequently shares provocative images that attract attention while discussing sensitive topics. For those who aren’t up to date with Kardashian’s business projects, Poosh serves as a lifestyle hub where Kourtney offers insights into the essentials of contemporary womanhood.

It’s touted as a “modern handbook for embracing your optimal lifestyle” and hosts a range of content spanning lifestyle tips, entertainment updates, health and wellness advice, and shopping suggestions.

Nevertheless, the article about autosexuality sparked quite a reaction, prompting fans to wonder if it’s about Kourtney herself, especially since it’s solely attributed to ‘Poosh.’

The article kicked off with the question, “Are you autosexual?” followed by the answer: “The short answer is yes, most likely. In fact, we all are, at least a little.”

Casey Tanner, who works as a therapist, writer, and is the founder of QueerSexTherapy, also weighed in on the discussion.

She explained autosexuality as “a trait wherein one is turned on by engaging in their own eroticism.” A typical example of this is women in general. While it may not apply to everyone, many of us tend to feel more sexual and aroused when we perceive ourselves as sexy. However, it’s not only about women.

While masturbation serves as an example, Tanner elaborates that autosexuality may encompass more than just sexual activities. “It can also involve experiencing a yearning or attraction toward oneself,” she clarifies. “It can also be the ability to turn oneself on through looking at, visualizing, touching, or smelling oneself.”

She also noted that, similar to most labels, autosexuality exists on a spectrum.

“Like most human characteristics, autosexuality is a spectrum – and the majority of us are on it! Some may identify as exclusively autosexual, in which case they might consider autosexuality their sexual orientation. Most people, however, incorporate autosexuality into a larger sexual repertoire that also includes being turned on by partnered sex,” said Tanner.

The article proceeds to outline some straightforward, everyday actions that might evoke self-attraction, such as wearing alluring lingerie “even if your partner barely notices,” styling your hair and makeup, or showering “affectionately.”

“If feeling sexy independent of someone else has ever turned you on, that’s autosexuality, and it’s totally normal,” Kourtney added.

Tanner also delved into the concept that by being capable of arousing oneself, we transition into a completely distinct “sensual headspace.”

“When we look at or fantasize about ourselves, we are in touch with our bodies and senses,” she continued. “Getting turned on by oneself does not mean you think you’re better than other people, that you’re selfish, or that you’re not attracted to your partner(s). Rather, it’s one additional tool in your box for sparking desire and passion.”

The article ended by suggesting readers embrace themselves and simply “enjoy themselves” without worrying about being self-centered or narcissistic. It’s described as a way to show love to oneself physically, and you know what? I’m kind of into it.

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Source: Poosh

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