posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 05:12 PM
reply to post by arpgme
They have guilt about sex. If it wasn't programmed into the human mind that sex is "sinful" or "sex without romance" is "bad", then they
wouldn't be feeling such. But because they are taught that it must be done with marriage or at least with romance, they feel guilty afterwards.
The same goes for masturbation.
Depending on one's perspective, sexual orgasm is the highest emotional state.
In this particular age I don't see much programming that sex is sinful or that sex w/out romance is bad (in Western society that is)
In fact I see quite the opposite from all main stream sources - watch the American sitcom "Friends" for example - sex is assumed to be nothing more
than sport or exercise. One male character will say matter of factly to another female character, "Wanna have sex?" (Would make Freud proud)
And Friends is classified for a general audience? So what about more restricted classifications? Look at the listed content on the front of so many
women's magazines: 'How to have double the amount of orgasms', '1001 ways to please a man in bed.' Whatever, all about sex as pleasure, a legal
drug if you like. I see no puritan sanction against any of this in the msm.
And all the resentment I see levelled these days at the Christian church or Christianity is basically due to blaming that body for deeply conditioning
people to feel shame at a natural function - a function which is "supposed" to be providing a deep joy, bliss and satisfaction. But it doesn't
provide that and if it does, it is only for a moment followed by unconsciousness. The only thing is the values of the Christian church have had hardly
any influence on mainstream society at all. The reaction against Christianity begins at quite an early age now - that is to be expected when hedonism
is the life blood of society.
I'm not promoting Christianity here, I am saying that Christianity has become a whipping boy for the failure of sex to equal an ecstatic and
Society itself has a deep vested interest to dress up the lowest in a costume which makes it appear as the highest, because should the fundamental be
transformed into its highest possibility, then the awareness that accompanies that state becomes a threat to TPTB. The story of Christ is a
representation of that threat.