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Sex Isn't about love anymore?
Posted 11/12/11
Absolutely media's fault!


Think about it, How I Met Your Mother:
Barney Stinson does have done IT with over 200 girls and has been doing One-Night-Stands.

Big Bang Theory:
Has the word: BIG BANG in it. My Best friends watched it.
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Posted 11/14/11
Welcome to reality.
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Posted 11/15/11
It stopped being about that a very long time ago. Some will argue it started decades ago and others will argue it started centuries ago.
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Posted 11/16/11
I would have to say, it is in our nature to be a sexual person. As puberty hits, so is your sexual desires starts to kick in like a maniac.
I do not blame media for it, but I'd say that last century brought sexuality out of the taboo or so to speak more sexually liberated as we can talk about sex freely more than the past 2-8 decades ago. Compare the lifestyle that we have from the past decades, it's very different because now we can have information quickly in our palm of our hands and know about it all by ourselves than knowing it second-hand from our parents.

I think it's just because of what happened last 30-50 years ago that made us all sexually liberated.

It also happens that this society stands to see that sex is not that important as it used to be decades and decades ago because we think that casually having sex is just fine when it isn't in the past. I think it's also because of the openness we see in the society. it's just you have to pick and stick to your own morals just to make sure you are not caught of the belief that sex is not important.

Thinking of sex nowadays is as casual as drinking. "The more you had it, the cooler you are" mentality is shown in the media which is not morally correct but it became acceptable as time goes by. But I'm afraid that in the next generation, we'll live a disposable life, where everything is just as easy to throw as to throwing a rubbish into the bin and it is as easy to throw your beliefs away.
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Posted 11/17/11
why do teenage virgins on crunchy roll still obsessed with the sex lives of grown ups?
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Posted 11/18/11
Sex is not any different now than before.
There are still people who do it for love, and there are still people who do it just for the sex.

That's how it's always been. ALWAYS.
Nothing about that has changed.
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Posted 11/26/11
Yep...!!
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Posted 12/15/11
was it ever really? I mean i had sex with someone whom i loved but that was ancient history
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Posted 12/15/11
Sex isn't always about love... have been that case since forever...!
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Posted 12/18/11
ur right most sex isnt for love but for lust. if u waited till u find the "right" one ull prob be 40 and still a virgin. u gotta be a fucking lion nowadays.
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Posted 12/31/11
I don't think there's anything wrong with sex not being for love.

In fact I think that parents should be teaching their kids that people have sex mainly because it feels good. Teaching them that sex is between people who love each other could put undue pressure on them in the future whereby they think they should have sex in order to show their love for their partners before they're actually ready.
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Posted 12/31/11 , edited 12/31/11

bigpapapurpz wrote:

ur right most sex isnt for love but for lust. if u waited till u find the "right" one ull prob be 40 and still a virgin. u gotta be a fucking lion nowadays.


I know personally five people that have married and two who are planning, and none of them are over 22.
You really don't have a solid argument there...
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Posted 12/31/11
*For me* sex is about a covenant and is a beautiful gift waiting for you on your wedding day. I am blessed to have married for love, and so yes! *For me* it's also about love. There are those who have arranged marriages, and so for them I'm sure it might start out being about the covenant, but I hope love grows for them over time. I realize this is not exactly the way of the world today, but I do think it best. Imagine saving all of those feelings for your spouse~that's very special!
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Posted 1/3/12
I think people complicate both sex and love way too much.

If someone wants to do it with their loved and trusted companion, then they should do it. If someone wants to do it with a stranger they met ten minutes ago at a bar, then they should do it.

Personally, I don't need to love someone or even like them to do the deed. But I've had two long lasting (still in the second one) meaningful relationships, and I can say that sex with someone that I love is less awkward after we've both climaxed. Other than that... same thing.
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Posted 1/4/12 , edited 1/4/12
I personally believe that sex signifies something more than just "reproducing." Lol, we live in a very odd time.. But I believe us Humans are advanced enough to look at sex as something different than just "reproducing." We have evolved since earlier times. That is just my opinion, though. Saying that, I feel like the media is making us progress backwards. It's taking away it's true value, with all those sexualized TV shows.

On the contrary, if someone chooses to have sex freely, I won't oppose them. It is their life, their choices. Who am I to argue with them about how they choose to live? I also can't blame them. We all want sex, and you know it. The way people value it varies, though.
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