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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Sex in the 70's

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Sex in the 70’s was less stressful since the STD acronym hadn’t been coined yet. Unprotected sex didn’t kill you, it made you go for treatment but you lived and successfully procreated years later. Today unprotected sex seem like it leads to sure death and destruction. Kids today have more choices and face far more consequences than those of us who somewhat aimlessly floundered through puberty and beyond. Advertising has sexualized our children younger and younger. I buy clothes for my granddaughter and some of the stuff I see is just sleazy, totally inappropriate for a toddler and it gets worse as they get to the preteen years. In the 70’s, children were pretty much left to be children without a lot of pressure to be the next Brittney Hilton. The free sex of the 70’s frightened the establishment so much they came up with the abstinence only plan, forgoing education on practicing safe sex and we have more disease, unwanted pregnancies and problems than ever. Porno was on the big screen, at drive in movies (what are those?). Now porno is on the little screen, the net is the vendor of choice for the porn industry and it is more pervasive than ever. So overall, sex is still sex and really hasn’t changed a whole lot, ever.

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