Female sexuality is the natural source of all things human. None of us would be here without it, and we all owe our lives to it. Male sexuality is important, but biologically males seem to be only modified females. It may even be that only females of a species carry a complete genome in their DNA. For now, at least, only women can carry a child to term, and give birth naturally. So like it or not, females are the primary sex. And the power of this primal force has been fought over since the beginning of recorded history. The physically larger of the sexes, men have always dominated women, preventing female sexuality from taking its natural course. Only in recent centuries has the concept of individual rights allowed women to fight for their freedom, and to win it from men. They have been so successful that in recent decades women have gained political control over other women. But rather than freeing them completely, women have ganged up on those among them who use and enjoy their sexuality, and have proceeded to abuse them in ways as barbaric and "civilized" as men once did, everything from female circumcision to bullying to banning men's girly magazines. The women - and men - who want to control female sexuality do so today the same way they have for millennia: they denounce sexy women as demeaning, depraved, dangerous, destructive and deadly. For example the attacks against the "Blurred Lines" video, against Page 3 and lads mags in the UK, against Miley Cyrus twerking, against skinny models, overweight celebs, etc. It might seem there are as many versions of the attacks on sexy women as there are attackers, but in fact they are all the same: they are all attempts to discredit the moral value of female sexuality, which means: they want to stop women from being able to do whatever the hell they want with their own bodies. All the annoying feminist, concerned-mother, modern-male and religious groups - as well as the obnoxious men who claim naked "babes" are their right - might seem contradictory or even ridiculous, but they are not, and they are all deadly serious. Quite simply, they are all fighting over who owns female sexuality: individual women or them. Clearly the answer is individual women. And the solution is obvious: grant to all women, in law, the inviolate right to own their own bodies, which means, the right to use, enjoy and profit from their beauty and sexuality. In the long history of proposed "solutions", the one dictated by nature remains the only one we've never tried. Individual women and their sexuality are inseparable. Those who try to take it from them are in fact buggering with what makes us human.