Sex Education...  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
6/5/2005 6:15 am

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Sex Education...

In a more reasonable response…

What bothers me about sex education is the lack of following through! I am a firm believer that if you are going to teach anything, then you teach the darn thing cover to cover.

I don’t mind that they teach kids about puberty… I do mind that they teach them about intercourse though. What the heck do they think is going to happen? They teach people how to use condoms and such, and then tell them not to have sex! Nice examples… plays a mind game with them and then blame them when they begin having sex! That’s not a very good example for them at all!

I do volunteer work each summer at a Christian camp and have been since the age of 13. I have literally witnessed several thousand males and female virgins begin having sex. Not watching in the immediate sense… well you know what I mean. They were wonderful to be around at first… but I disowned them once they began having sex. It was not because they were having sex… it was the fu**ing attitudes that developed from it! They went from being loving and caring about people and society… to only caring about physical pleasure from that point on as well as the general “me, me, me!” They wanted love at first… and then only wanted to be fu**ed after having sex that first time.

When you witness so many wonderful people become flash mongers thereafter… it will stop you from following them!

I don’t even sleep around and yet I care enough to study what I will “someday” be doing with a woman I love. This is more than I can say for many others in today’s world.

Sex education says not to have sex… every fool knows that the more you tell a child no then the more likely they will be to want to do it.

Sex therapists shouldn’t be doing this and therefore I do not disapprove of them. A sex therapist should be teaching love techniques and not just pornstar style techniques. All the books I have read by sex therapists are about Tantric techniques… “Making love.”

Philosophy, passion, sensualism, love, desire… and all other such things are a total thing of the past. Today’s world is full of “lust” and very weak “will power.” I said this in a previous post and many agreed with that statement…

When my brother’s girlfriend found out I was considering becoming a sex therapist… she asked me to teach about bi-sexual encounters. She was never told about it and was taken off guard when a woman started kissing her. They taught her about sex in school and yet did not teach her about what to expect in the world. She is actually so pissed about it that she also almost became a sex therapist but choose an art major instead.

(Will be elaborated on later I am sure…


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/8/2005 3:03 am

???? teaching pornography???? fuck your warped Mystic seriously....

particularly if you think to educate about safe sex practice is pornography and that Tantric is a nescessary subject for a child....

and you still miss the POINT! to learn about sex is an exploration your taking that from them.....

your telling them how as if it is a users manual for the body, EVERYONE'S body is different sex can't and doesn't follow a formulae!

WyvernRose


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/6/2005 5:29 am

You forget that I am teaching a kama Sutra class at the University of Southern maine at the end of June during my vacation. I am well aware of how to educate adults and children. I am the one who educated my prechers two daughters last year. They chose me because they knew I would teach them about tantric sex and not pornography like sex education does.


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/6/2005 4:11 am

they cannot teach reproduction in biology without teaching what intercourse is......not all say 'no' but many do...

the safe sex comes in because the schools have no choice but to include intercourse in biology....

have you read my post about the bird's and the bee's? how I discussed it with my step daughter......she came to her own conclusion about why it isn't appropriate activity for young people...

not all schools take the 'no' approach in fact many take the discussion and what if to lead the children to their own conclusion as to when....

it isn't a matter of curriculum as the problem isn't in the curriculum but in the skills and ability of the teachers presenting that curriculum......

for the purpose of understanding reproduction which is the concept the schools are teaching not 'sex' in the context of this site....Tantric sex and associated topics are irrelevant and such topics are NOT appropriate for children, you will understand this better once you are a parent or I hope you do by the time you are....

sex in itself is about exploration......would you have the mystery of that exploration taken from the explorers and present them a map of where they MUST travel?????

Geez your speaking of turning the joy and discovery of sex into a package tour!

WyvernRose


juju34single 46F

6/5/2005 4:59 pm

For the longest time I thought if I looked into the various sexual oriented teachings I would be considered a pervert. lol, because in most areas, the only access one has to anything sexual, is the little stores that have the XXX shops.

Internet has widened the horizons, if one knows how to access the information that is sought after.

In my experience, the loss of passion is environmental.
If she has a mate that is creative, to match her creativity, then there is a good chance that no matter the daily obstacle, there is a decent amount of creativity.

If she is with a mate, and they are plowed under by daily stress, that makes little to no time for intimate interactions, except for sleep, that could be another reason for cooling imaginations.

Or there is the women, that are literally oozing creativity, and they get involved with a man, that seems creative, and is for a while, but if they marry, the creativity eeks out of him like water falling from a sponge. (that happened to me)

I would love to be involved with a passionate man, someone that I could be open and honest about in my fantasies, someone I knew would make coming home a joy instead of a burden.

Women lack that which they know naught about.
It is up to women (and men) to educate themselves in the curiosities that lay in abundance within the realms of the creative collective consciousness, and instead of stifling the creativity, to act it out, as long as no one gets physically hurt.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/5/2005 3:06 pm

Honestly... I think that answer is yes.

I was a little shy about studying sex at first because I thought it would be more like porn-style stuff. It is nothing like that though!

What bothers me a lot... is that a lot of women desire their first time to be passionate and the perfect setting. Once they loose their virginity, that passion goes away and they start to act literally 100% different. Mind you that this does not happen to all women, but I have seen it happen to all but maybe 10 of the college gals I have worked with.

There are a lot of men today that are actually more passionate and sexually educated then women. Women do not follow through with their passion and yet claim they desire it.

Men and women need to be educated, but according to modern sex therapists and literally every single book I have read... they claim women lack sexual knowledge and experience more then men.


juju34single 46F

6/5/2005 12:20 pm

I think they should stick to the puberty parts of the class, and oust the intercourse area.

You are right in saying that the more you tell a child no to something, the more inclined they are to do it.

Do you think though, that the majority of the people that run the schools when in regards to sex ed are repressed, and afraid of getting into the arts that could actually help people stay happy?


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