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Naked News: Casual Sex, Lady Gaga, and Life Imitating Porn

Tue, Dec 15, 2009

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5 Responses to “Naked News: Casual Sex, Lady Gaga, and Life Imitating Porn”

  1. Madamoiselle L Says:

    The “Casual Sex” study pretty much negated everything the “virgin waiting for marriage” story said a few days ago. No, girls are not out “attempting suicide” when the relationship “doesn’t live up to their expectations.” Of course if the author of this article wants to “wait” that’s fine, just that her attempting to re-raise female “virginity” to the misogynist pedestal it once was on and instill fear in others, with stories of suicide and great emotional damage, from nothing other than premarital sex, should be completely negated and summarily ignored.

    The study report, however, did talk about the “physical risks” of casual sex and how sex education programs need to address this, of course, but as most of our school programs stress “abstinence only” and talk about the psychological horrors that will result from ANYTHING BUT married sex, done only for the purpose of procreation. Perhaps this study needs to be sent to EVERY “sex ed teacher” in the USA.

    Perhaps the change should be made for the use of information on good safe barrier and other birth control methods, how to use them, how to access them, and GIVE the darn thing out at school, instead of trying to scare young people with untrue horror stories.

    I think even with the proof we have, none of these changes will be made.

    Of course, in a society where some think that whether or not he holds your purse in public (and testing it on him) or who farts at what level of the relationship REALLY has any predictive factor of telling one if a relationship is worth keeping (neither have a damn thing to do with healthy, long term relationships) no wonder young people don’t know where to turn for good information.

    How about trust, love, reliability and compatibility? Most sex ed classes, as well as “quizzes” on virtually any break down of “is he the right one?” mention any of the above.

    *sigh*

  2. Madamoiselle L Says:

    The above was IN NO WAY an indictment of Em & Lo or their otherwise delightful website. Just of the “if he doesn’t hold your purse he isn’t worth keeping” or “if she farts before you have been together FIVE years the relationship is a dud” spokespeople….

  3. TS Says:

    My past is far from squeaky clean, but I’m getting soooo bored of this oversexed culture we live in. Where’s the mystery? Where’s the erotic fire? I wanna go back to the days when men had to work a little harder to win a gal’s attention and women knew how to flirt!

  4. Madamoiselle L Says:

    Good article, Tart. I don’t date anymore (married a LONG time) I don’t frequent bars, or places where singles hang out, so I still remember the days of a little less…..I’m not sure what to call it, telling a woman she’s “Wicked hot” while staring at her boobs, when you just met her may be a little over the line. (Guys did that in the 70s and the 80s, but they were usually “wicked drunk” or hopped up on lots of coke) It isn’t something I am familiar with. My Man does this, but we are certainly familiar, in all ways.

    Yes, some thing probably should be left to the imagination. But, also there should be something to SPARK the imagination. That’s where flirting comes in, I think.

    I’m not familiar with “Lady Gaga” much. I saw her on SNL, and after the 24th time she sang (moaned? whined? something.) “my poker face” ALL IN ONE NOTE I shut the tv off, so I can’t comment on her behavior. I just don’t care enough….

  5. Ken Wammack Says:

    I love Gaga! (and Trey Songz!)


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