Although these two adjectives are often used as if they mean the same, there are some nuances that differentiate them. Both they tell us sexually attractive and irresistible to people. But perhaps “sexy” refers more to the ability to arouse desire in others, sometimes provoking a somewhat artificial way. While “sensual” tells us about the person who enjoys the senses even if you are alone, for example sipping a glass of wine while enjoying a sunset. Here, more definitions and suggestions about what it means to be sensual and how to develop this quality in our daily lives.
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