Seeing as how you are only 18 and, admittedly, have had no experience with sexual relationships, what makes you such an authority on this subject?
Why should those of us who have had serious relationships, and first hand experience in the world of sex and sexuality, take the advice of someone who
has had neither?
My view of sex comes from having a very protective upbringing. My whole opinion of humans is low, as most of them lack morals or respect for
This is exactly why I choose to stay away from people, they are more disgusting than animals.
give me the impression that you were brought up thinking that sex is dirty or perverted. I would be very interested to hear what you were taught
about sex and boys growing up, if you care to share it. I can't help but think that the way you percieved your parents' physical relationship to
be, has had a major impact on your feelings towards sex in general. There is a strong sense of fear or anxiety about sex and men that comes through
in your posts. It's like your fear about being pressured into betraying your personal values has taken on a life of its own and become a phobia.
There is nothing wrong with having strong morals and values, or with waiting for sex until you find the right person. Any guy who would try and
pressure you into sex when you aren't ready is an asshole who doesn't deserve the time of day, and the person you finally do decide to be intimate
with will be very lucky.
That being said, you should not be so quick to judge all guys based on what liitle experience you may have had so far. Young guys can be immature on
the subject, but you will find as you get older, sex is not all that people see as important (even those who watch porn). Guys reach their sexual
peak at around 17 or 18, while women reach theirs at aboiut 30. The boys that are your age right now, are dealing with an overwhelming amount of
testosterone, which is why they are always thinking about sex. For most men, as they start to mature mentally, their priorities will shift, and sex
won't be the first thing on their minds anymore (it'll drop to 2nd place).
I gurantee my view on things and my mentality will get me a lot further than those of you who can't get past sex long enough to make
...people who can't get their minds off porn are probably not going to be very productive. An addiction of any kind is bad...and what is
Out of curiosity, what constitues an addiction in your book, exactly? Do you actually think that everyone who looks at pornography, ends up just
sitting around obsessing about sex, to the point that they cease to be productive members of society? Yes there are a small minority of people who
become "porn addicts", but they do not represent the whole viewing audience, by any means.
I don't know if you realize this, but pornography has existed for as long as there have been naked women and something to draw on/with. If you want
to blame society's declining morals on something, maybe you should consider the mainstream media, rather than the hidden world of porn. It seems to
me that the constant bombardment of sexual images and innuendos people encounter everyday in almost all advertisements, TV shows, movies and music,
have far more influence on a kid's, teenager's, and/or young adult's perceptions of sexual relationships than anything. Pornography is still a
predominately taboo subject in mainstream society, most people don't sit around talking about the latest Seymore Butts production at the
One more thing, do you think showing panda pornography to male panda bears in order to arouse their desire to mate, will lead to the degeneration of
panda bear morals? www.cnn.com...