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ripov BS: Sexual Literacy: Not Enough of it. (81* d) RE: BS: Sexual Literacy: Not Enough of it. 04 Sep 11


To get totally back on thread.-

I don't agree.

Political problems stem from a lust for power and riches, and an inability to understand the word "truth" on the part of those in power. The sexuality of government members is normally a cause for their downfall (applause), mainly because the media have a (deliberately) distorted view of sex.

Social problems today stem in part from the false representation of life by the media. People's expectations are based on a distorted view of reality (yes, this is only a part of it).

Regarding children, truthful open discussion, bearing in mind their age/experience, is always appropriate. Never lie to them. They will remember and hold it against you!

Sex is a big bit of life. Even with no sex education at all, kids will still mature, mate, and reproduce!

Some women are abused. This is bad, but it is not normally as a result of their ignorance, rather as a result of people similar in nature to politicians.

Some men are abused. By the same type of people.

Regarding religion, I am not well informed on other than christianity, but the bible (Song of Solomon) praises physical love, and the NT only requires a woman to remember she is not actually the 'top dog'. And much as I would like to disagree with Richard, it also says "all things are lawful, but not all things are expedient". Obviously not with regard to the law he knows so well.

If you both want sex, that's good, enjoy it..but if you want each other, that's a far better thing.

Sex isn't difficult. How can one be illiterate about sex? Misinformed (is that what you mean by illiterate?) maybe, a different matter.

Relationships, and particularly the difference in thinking between the genders, is totally another thing. Another day, another thread.


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