Feb 19, 2019 19:36:30

Sex is bad

by @monolesan | 573 words | 61πŸ”₯ | 61πŸ’Œ

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Why did you click on this article, my dear stranger? Did the agreement make you start reading this article? Maybe is it an internal disagreement, your voices in the head that talk "No, sex is good. It's not bad" loudly?

I don't know about other countries, but the topic of sex is taboo in a place where I live. At schools, at universities, in the family β€” nobody talks about it to children (of course, there are exceptions). 

Oh, no, I did a mistake! Sometimes schools (and some families) talk about sex but in a negatively way. Usually, women suffer from it. Why?

Schools (not all), in my country, love to talk about chastity, telegony, and problems with other pregnancies after an abortion. This disinformation creates stupid stereotypes and the lack of sex education.

You are a whore if you fucked, you are a piece of meat if you fucked, you are used if you fucked. If you fucked and if you are a young woman or if you are a single woman. A young single woman is a combo.

These stereotypes affect on girls and boys.

Young women (not all) don't visit a gynecologist, they just fear of disapproval... 

Men (not all) want to have a virgin girlfriend or wife. Also, sometimes these men force women to have sex.

Also, adults use strange and degrading (in my opinion) euphemisms for genitals to don't say real names of genitals for children. To be honest, I think that these euphemisms make you insecure person. I don't know why adults don't use the real names of genitals. I guess, that they are afraid of children's early sexual debut. 

There is a paradox. If you don't want your child to start early sexual activity, you need to talk about sex. Researches show that people who took lessons of sexual educations, start sexual activity later, than people who didn't take this lesson.

Sometimes young girls don't know what's periods, because adults didn't tell about it. Girls think that periods are something dirty and even can't ask parents to buy sanitary napkins or by it by themselves.

Sexual education saves from forced sex (children too). Sometimes, children have to forced sex, because they don't know what happens.

Once, I was on a beach with friends. We were 12-13 years old. One girl and I decided to separate from our group and explore the beach. A naked man in a T-shirt came to us. We spoke a bit and he asked for an arm one of us to touch his penis. My friend said "no" and we left him. To be honest, I didn't know what he wanted to do, but it was interesting for me. So, that's good that I was with my friend.

As you know, as you understand, as you didn't understand, sexual education is very important, because it tells about the body, the processes that happen in the body and about sexual and relationships behavior. 

Sex is one of the aspects of our life.

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Despite of these disinformation and stupid stereotypes, I grew up a good girl that is sexual educated, because I'm interested in this topic and thinks that sex is good. But, to he honest, it would be better, to become sexual educated much earlier.

I want my country to include sexual education in schools. But society doesn't want it.

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Thanks for reading, me dear stranger.

If you feel fancy, share your sex stories that connected to this topic in comments. ;) 




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