An Opening Note  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
3/18/2005 8:05 pm

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An Opening Note

Before we begin I must say that all people are different. I am not a fan of sexual studies or the development of medications to treat sexually transmitted diseases. Sexual studies have caused more problems then they are worth! Our society is still plagued by the studies done that focused on the clitoris being the center of female orgasms. After this came out many people then and even today continue to focus on the clitoris and the vagina and forget about the other numerous places of the body that can be very pleasurable and even some that can result in their own unique orgasms. Nearly every AIDS case I hear of comes form drug usage, unprotected sex, or random sexual activities in general. If someone is not responsible enough to sexually educate him or herself or take the precaution of knowing their sexual pasts then they deserve whatever fate they end up with. Our bodies are different, our beliefs are different, and our techniques are all different. Not all techniques will work the same on everyone! Before trying anything new romantically or sexually you should discuss it with your partner. While you may find something to be very appealing it is possible that your partner will not. Sometimes romantic or sexual surprises are good and other times they are the worst things a person can possibly imagine. There is a serious lack of education and blatant disregard of humanity flooding the modern world. I am not a religious person but I do not believe in doing something that can or will risk the life of another human being. We all deserve the right to live, but we have to live together whether we like it or not. No one has the right at any point in time to say what does or does not work best for another. I fear that some day they will find a cure for many sexually transmitted diseases and then this world will know what chaos really is. Diseases exist for a reason, it is Mother Nature weeding out those who are too immature to know what responsibility and maturity is all about.

I have learned one very valuable lesson in life… anything can happen at any point in time regardless of how we wish it or hope it to be! This applies to daily life, relationships, society, and sex. Whoever said we could have everything we want in life?

I have been studying sex now for a pretty long time; I buy and read just about every sex book that goes on the market. However, I am not a certified counselor or physician. If you are having constant problems within your relationship then you should seek the help of a certified counselor. If you experience pain during sexual activities then you should seek the help of a physician. We are all responsible for our own actions; anything you try is of your own free will and thus can not be blamed upon myself.


rm_lickeetung 57F

3/20/2005 1:44 pm

Two wrongs don't make a right. Yes, the law is the avenue to pursue for justice in harm doing. But medicine follows ethical guidlines of treatment for all in need.......no matter what.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
3/19/2005 12:01 pm

Hmm, I don't know. By law anyone who knowingly brings harm to themselves or another is legally responsible for it.

If someone knowingly and willingly engages in unsafe sexual practices and end up getting a disease then by law both parties should have to deal with it. Offering them a cure to the disease they catch is no different then telling them to go ahead and continue those unsafe activities.


rm_lickeetung 57F

3/19/2005 10:44 am

I respectfully have to disagree with the notion of witholding medical treatment for any reason. It's just unethical. Everyone should have the right to treatment no matter what. If we pick and choose who gets treatment and who doesn't....disease would spread in epidemic / endemic proportions.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
3/19/2005 6:45 am

I am still working on my disclaimer. It is much more harsh then it is suppose to sound, it will take me a few days to mull it over and fix it.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
3/19/2005 6:45 am

I believe in medical treatment for people who have been wronged of natural occurences. I do not believe in medical treatment for people who intentionally bring wrongs upon themselves and others.

Sometimes we can get diseases from faithful activities and those deserve to be treated.

However, unfaithful and juvinile activities that result in a infection should not be treated because they got them from reckless activities.

It is a very sensitive matter.

The basis being that people who are sexually responsible shouldn't need much medical treatment.

I do believe in medical uses for curing cancer and blindness and so on and so on. Cancer and those things are something that we do not control and therefore I believe in thier research. I have never heard of someone suddenly developing AIDS after a certain specific age though. Most STD's strictly come from the people not being careful and engaging of acts of lust. Lust can get someone into trouble in ways they do not normally think.


rm_lickeetung 57F

3/19/2005 4:03 am

I do believe in medicine, and proper treatment of STD's. Are you saying if you contract syphillis, gonorrhea, HPV, HIV, HSV you do not believe in medicines for cure? ....or you do not believe in future developments of medicine? There is no cure for HSV......should the medical researchers not be testing, conducting research and development and clinical trials, double blind studies to discover an effective treatment? I think that's a good thing. If only more people would be aware of education, prevention, self examination, medical evaluation and treatment (pharmacological or counseling), and responsible sexual behavior.


Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
3/18/2005 10:42 pm

When u feel obligated to put a disclaimer on your blog it shows there are some seriously lame people out there in cyberworld. But u have told them now and your manners were impeccable.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,
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