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  • The danger of being against sexual freedom and lifestyle freedom

    Right now it's the secular, Feminist, Religionist white picket fence, A den of thieves, Fighting against each other to control everyone else sexuality, Which is evil, In the name of women rights, Ending rape and sexual harassment, Name of a go, Keeping human race going, In the name of preserving the family. Nothing but an excuse to control people sexually for power. If these den of thieves of white picket fences don't put themselves back in their place and learn to love and tolerate consenting adult and consumers demand in uses of sex and nudity and have respect for each other this may give power to the victims to rising up and wiping out monogamy, Marriage, And reproduction and child raising and families and, Couple and children, Babies and teenagers, If these Den of thieves of white pickets fences don't reform.

  • Sexual liberation is good.

    Sexual liberation is good for society but it doesn't go far enough. Its good for contraception, Gays rights and premarital sex ect. I think people should be free to be incestuous as well. As long as people are practicing safe sex they be able to have sex with adult members of their family as well.

  • Yes sexual liberation was good for society.

    Sexual liberation was good for society in that it allowed for the challenge traditional definition of sexuality and the codes of behavior related to them. It also generated increased acceptance of sex outside of traditional heterosexual, monogamous relationships (i.e. Marriage). Various forms of contraception and the pill, increased public nudity, the normalization of premarital sex, homosexuality, alternative forms of sexuality, and the legalization of abortion were all based upon the sexual liberation of American society.

  • Sexual Liberation Good

    I personally think that sexual liberation was good for society, because it brought a lot of things out from under closed doors. Sexual liberation allowed women to talk about their bodies and issues that related to sexual health. These were issues that were often taboo up until them. Women could gather information to make informed choices about their bodies.

  • sexual liberation good for society

    I personally agree,Yes, sexual liberation was good for society, because it brought a lot of things out from under closed doors. Sexual liberation allowed women to talk about their bodies and issues that related to sexual health. These were issues that were often taboo up until them. Women could gather information to make informed choices about their bodies.

  • Who Wants To Be A Prude

    People need to get their sexual energy out. It is not good for people to keep all that energy in. To do that, some people may need to dress a little more provocative to get attention from the opposite sex. When people realize that sex is not a bad thing, society will be much better off. It keeps people sane.

  • Women can talk about it.

    Yes, sexual liberation was good for society, because it brought a lot of things out from under closed doors. Sexual liberation allowed women to talk about their bodies and issues that related to sexual health. These were issues that were often taboo up until them. Women could gather information to make informed choices about their bodies.

  • Diseases and people getting hurt.

    It's created a slutty, Vulgar and shameful society riddled with STDs. People living feckless, Reckless lives. Sleeping around with every tom dick and harry, All genders are guilty of this. There has always been a percentage of people like this, But now the floodgates are open, People are free to live psychopathic lives, Using others for their own pleasure and not giving a damn about dignity, Shame and worst of all, Other peoples' feelings. They talk about how many people they've slept with like it's something to be proud of, And usually these people are very insecure I've found.


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