Sex is still taboo, even though it’s everywhere

Although we live in a modern age where sex is literally begin advertised with and morals concerning sex are thoroughly loosened, the topic ‘sex’ is still not considered to be appropriate to discuss publicly. Fifty years ago children didn’t know what sex was and had to find it out through experimenting with their partner; nobody ever told them what to do or how it worked, so everyone just had to find out what he or she thought was best for him or her. A couple of decades later the sexual education set in. Parents started to tell their children to use condoms in order to prevent pregnancy or diseases. Children were told how a penis and a vagina worked together and that that felt good. Back then it seemed unnecessary to tell children more than this. But back then, the notion of pornography was almost unknown. Nowadays children are exposed to sex at a very young age through porn on the internet. We talk about how bad porn is and what problems it causes when children actually start to have sex and carry those problems with them throughout their lives, but we don’t seem to do anything about it other than talking about the effect.

With the internet porn is accessible all over the world and is in fact the first thing regarding sex children get in touch with. In fact, they learn how sex works through porn. So the sexual picture children get consists of STDs, condoms, and straight-out humiliation hurting and ‘banging’ women’s brains out. That is what our children think sex is supposed to be. And we cannot blame them for this. It’s all they know. What we get is millions of people with immense problems in the sack, guys with premature ejaculation and unsatisfied women, if it’s not blatant torture as we’re taught by the widespread violent porn on the web. And what do we do? We conduct researches which state that the above is true and we set up websites to tell guys with premature ejaculation that they should stop watching porn. And THAT’S IT. By doing this, we’re only fighting symptoms of a bigger problem and giving people advice that they’re not gonna follow anyway. It’s like telling smokers that they shouldn’t smoke. Guys won’t stop watching porn because they’re addicted and because they don’t and cannot know what real sex is like. And the problem is not the porn itself, but the fact that most people DON’T KNOW ANY BETTER. Porn is the first and most likely the only thing they have experienced before they start having sex, and once they start on a bad note, they’re doomed. First of all, porn is visual and therefore has the most impact on the brain. Second, nobody has ever told them that porn is fake and a bad way of having sex. Nobody has ever told them how to actually enjoy sex and how to do it the right way.

Sex is everywhere nowadays and therefore shouldn’t be a taboo anymore. Telling children the actually practice of sex and how to enjoy it for real, so that they will get the real experience sex so desperately begs to give to people. There is so much more to it that just banging and the guy coming: it’s an amazing process that can make you go to heaven when done right. Many people have never known this because of their sexually repressed past, a few decades ago, but now the practice of sex is still bad, because people don’t know it can be amazing. We should include the informing about the sexual practice in the general sexual education, so children learn (in the sense of the bigger picture, of course) what to do, how to do it and what to feel, before their minds and future happiness gets ruined by having porn as their teacher. Let us use the opportunity of this free and liberal age and society to teach our children to get closer to their own nature and improve their happiness before they have to witness raging cavemen acting their way through a movie and thinking this is how sex works. Let us actually counter or evade the bad effect on the imagination of people by telling them how they can achieve actual sexual satisfaction, instead of only spread the word that one must use anti-conception and beware of STDs. And if you’re so uncomfortable with sex in general: wouldn’t you rather have your child actually enjoying what he or she is gonna do anyway? And it’s not only the sex itself: good sex is rewarded with physical and mental satisfaction, that enhances the general happiness of a person which makes for a better and happier society, and makes relationships between lovers better. Good sex is good for individuals, couples, and society, but the only way this can be established is when people know what to do and how to have sex. We have to teach/tell this to our children, because if we don’t, (inherently abusive/ fake) porn will show them, which will always have bad consequences.

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