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Post Reply Do people who talk about sex in public make you uncomfortable?
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Posted 8/13/17
Ok, here is what I find strange.

1. Show a uncovered female breasts in public or online and people freak.

2. Show a Person rundown by a vehicle and people want to see more.

3. PDA offends people and someone says, Get a room will you!

4. People give a 6 year old child a Rated M video game with lots of violence and sex as a gift

5. A 23 year old woman gets 30+ years in prison for having sex with a 16 year old boy

6. A woman who just killed a person in a vehicular homicide only gets 5 years in prison.

7. Talk about sex in public with a group of adults and people become up tight
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Violence gets a pass and sex gets demonized just about everywhere. Granted in other countries sex is used as a weapon of intimidation and manipulation but in the more developed nations this isn't always the case. My main point is, why is the most tender moment of humanities intimacy treated like it's such a very bad thing. Sex isn't a violent act or a disgusting act.
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Posted 8/13/17
No, I don't care.
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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/13/17
Depends on the intent and volume. I would not tell sexual humor around children, or in family friendly social gatherings, but around close friends, I would not mind making or hearing them.

I feel this thread will remind older people of The Donglegate Incident, and just remembering it angers me so, because I feel that sexual humor not meant to be overheard is not equivalent to sexual harassment at all. Adriana Richards deserves a great deal of the vitriol for the pettiness of her actions, quite honestly.
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Posted 8/13/17
The best answer for so many things: It depends.
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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/13/17
Not really.
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Posted 8/13/17
if someone gets upset over sexual conversation, then they might want to avoid sex ed. but, no, I tune out conversations which don't interest me none.
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Posted 8/13/17
depends on location
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69 / M / Columbia, MO
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Posted 8/13/17
Sixteen year old mind is not 100% developed. That will come by age 25 for males (if ever). Females mature more quickly than guys but 23 year old sadly crossed a line dating the younger mate who happened to be in that age cohort. Had she been a 28 year old dating this male when he is 21 year old; that is OK. Here the 7 year difference is acceptable in the eyes of our current laws since both are considered to be adults.

Social mores can answer the remainder.
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Posted 8/13/17
In my opinion, it falls into the realm of TMI.
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Posted 8/13/17
In public, yes, it is disgusting, and it's time to kill everyone.
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Posted 8/13/17
A bit.
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Posted 8/13/17
Sorta
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Gaaaawd Daaaym, i was just doing this... just now from home, i was on the train with my friend and ended up talking about sex// coz i didnt fully understand it, it was fun my friend said she always wanted to do it (talk about sex in public) i dont really care, i was getting educated
learning new things everyday!
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Posted 8/14/17
I don't usually pay much attention to the conversation's of others.
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Posted 8/14/17 , edited 8/14/17

YouGottobeFockingKidding wrote:
Sex isn't a violent act



As a masochist I must highly disagree with the above. Vanilla sex is so goddamn boring I wonder how anyone manages not to fall asleep while doing it. Give me a little blood , a little pain, and a icy cold knife tracing over my skin and I am a happy man. Better yet give me a rack and a girl who knows how a whip should be used and I am in heaven



...As you can see talking about sex does not bother me nor does hearing others around me talking about it bother me. I mean shit this is the 21st century what sort of inbred prude is uncomfortable about sex?
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