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Truth about sex In the beginning people repressed sex because they were scared of the truth around it The church mainly transformed the beautiful act of making love into a cultural taboo Because of its repression sex could never have been talked about in a objective and truthful manner This type of false teaching if any teaching of sex led to many disillusionments and myths concerning it Many problems with sex that society now faces stemmed from no education about it It would be less than exact to say that the pedagogical institution has imposed a ponderous silence on the sex of children and adolescents p59 The repression of sex led to a perversion of it If people could not live out their sexual desires and fantasies they would act them out within their minds I am not saying at all that sexual desires and wants are bad Like anything there are degrees of morality even when it comes to the thoughts in ones own head Nevertheless when there are no limits on ones sexual fantasies sexuality in my opinion is liable to reach a perverse and oppressive state I hope I am correct in saying that around the time of the seventeenth century the society began to liberate itself from the church Even still sexual liberty was small and a non-ethical meaning non- conservative discourse on sex was prohibited This type of regard to sex was also true in the eighteenth century By the nineteenth century sexual propaganda was created and fed to the people One memorable time period that transformed societys views on sex was the feminist movement in the 60s and 70s Sexual images were allowed to be seen outside of the privacy of ones home even more so than before which in my mind is a symbol of a new sexual freedom most people had access to Of course the feminist movement carved the way for womens liberty however I
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