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Debate six: Sex

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31 May 2009, 12:01 AM   #1
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In some countries it could be normal or manditory for some people. On other places it could be kind forbidden :c But I think that as of now, sex has really became an addiction to some people. And I'm not just talking about adults. I'm talking about children also. So my question is: Has the obsession with sex became out of hand? Begin c: ♥

31 May 2009, 02:05 AM   #2
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I say it has. Nowadays people have confused love with lust.
They are two different things, yet somehow connected. This age of apparent romanticism has
twisted these two concepts to disgusting lengths. People think love comes from others, but
it comes from yourself. You have to love yourself before you can allow others to
love you.


31 May 2009, 08:19 AM   #3
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I automaticly say yes. People have gotten the confusion with what love is defined as. At
least 1/3 of the grade[8] already had sex and after a few weeks, that couple arent
together, and now they regret doing it, because they understand sex was just an obcession.

31 May 2009, 09:48 AM   #4
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Sex was supposed to be a beautiful thing to make children. For married couples, so yes,
it has gotten out of hand. People should only have sex if they wanna get serious, and if
they're married. That's my religion.

31 May 2009, 11:29 AM   #5
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I believe sex can be anything a person wants it to be. There are no limits on how somebody wants to express their love to another. But even in rape, you can't have sex without having some feeling for them. Lust can mean anything, just a simple feeling you get when attracted to beauty. Or just a desire you can't escape from. So what about when animals have sex in front of people, nobody minds it. Animals can mate as long as every week for the rest of their life if they have to. Yet when people do it, they can't help but flame on everyone. Same goes for nudity, is it disgusting? No.

31 May 2009, 12:56 PM   #6
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I agree with Maria to an extent. Although I do agree that sex has become a lot more discussed than the past like the 50s. But that doesn't mean it wasn't done as much. Our society is just more open about it now.

31 May 2009, 01:58 PM   #7
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Very true Bella. Discussing sex, or known as adultery in those times was a bad idea. Probably because everyone believed in no sex before marriage, or because mainly; the times were much more strict. It's the 21st century now, we're open. We're accepting more and more things now. Let's just live with it till the next century and see what happens. (:

31 May 2009, 07:15 PM   #8
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I agree with you Maria, But what about younger children? I know that it's their decisions and emotions, But at times don't they confuse it for love? ): From watching public media alot such as the music video's at times they think that's what "cool" now :/ But when they get into the relationships they start thinking about it. I know it's their choice but it seems like sex has become a primary way to show you love someone for them :/

1 June 2009, 12:25 PM   #9
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The kids? They're obviously getting it from the media, yes. I would just suggest letting your children preserve thier childhood, introduce them to television in later life, so they don't fry their minds at an earlier age, such as 4-6. The media resembles sex as something that must be done, they all describe a simple kiss as something that should be done in the bedroom. The media should either calm down a bit and restore journalism into what it used to be, or just give up trying to act cool with the words sex. Yeah, sex has become the main thing, but a sexually active relationship is also healthy. Just not like a rabbit.

19 June 2009, 12:16 AM    #10
Joined: 22 May 2009
Posts: 55
Sex. Is. Just. A. Blessing.
What is Eden again? (:

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