Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Freedom to casually sex you up in the back of a truck on the way to a museum.

Not all casual sex is irresponsible.

Sexual freedom is a liberation from oppresive sex-related taboos, the notion that sex can be whatever an individual wants it to be, and that so long as that individual doesn't infringe upon anyone else's rights in the process, his/her sexual shenanigans should not incur societal wrath.

Some people regard sex as a casual joyride, while others consider it the apotheosis of a long-term romance and reserve it for special occasions. Sexual freedom at its most rudimentary is the idea that all of them should be treated with respect.

..."nicely woven fabric"? Oh please.

And yes, god forbid they complain of a discriminatory taboo that constricts their behavior in an almost entirely gender-oriented fashion.


The sexist double-standard nonwithstanding, perhaps they get pissed because they don't appreciate it when other people self-righteously shove restrictive ethics down their throats. Has it occured to you that not everyone considers consentual, protected sex a moral atrocity? It may not be the type of lifestyle that you personally adopt/ prefer, but unless the activity directly violates the rights of one or more of the parties involved, "society" needn't "look down upon" it.

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