Well, I have been told, “Thank’s, but no thank’s!” That’s all good – I never push it too far, but, so far, this has never happened to me:
“When grasped by a male they do not want to have sex with, female cane toads will inflate their bodies so rival males can dislodge the unwanted suitor.”
So, what is it about men and women and sex?
Sex is one of God’s greatest gifts to mankind. I often say that “sex” is a little taste of Heaven so that we stay on the right track.
But why is there so much focus on sex? We are all human (well, except me) so sex comes naturally to most of us. We are attracted to the opposite sex (or the same sex) and we pursue sexual encounters. We buy flowers, candy, dinners and movies, all in pursuit of that “moment.”
Our airways and media are filled with sex. Movies, television, music, advertisements, magazines, bathroom stalls are all dedicated to the pursuit of sex.
In my not so humble opinion, there is no such thing as “bad sex,” so long as it is consensual among adults. “Doin’ it” is as natural as breathing. In fact, many would just as soon “do it” as breath.
So, why the goofy, puritanical views of sex in America?
Americans are fascinated by “who is doin’ whom.” At the same time, we are quick to condemn “who” for “doin’ whom.” What sort of hypocrisy leads us to condemn while secretly (or not so secretly) playing the numbers game?
Tiger? Bad boy. Bill? Dumbass. Wilt? Serial exaggerator.
George Clooney? Yeah! What a stud!
Come on! We can’t celebrate the bachelor without celebrating the bachelorette. If “he” is a stud, how is it that “she” is a slut?
It’s just “sex” boys and girls – or boys and boys or girls and girls.
Ease back on the hypocrisy and celebrate it for what it is.
William Stephenson Clark