“When Did Porn Become Sex Ed?”
Teaching Young Women to Say Yes to Sexual Pleasure
Amie Newman

Recently, I’ve read a lot about how Internet pornography is either replacing or simply overwhelming sex-education in young people and the problem has prompted a somewhat odd hypothetical debate in my head: if my hypothetical son or daughter wanted to watch my wife and I enjoying sex, shouldn’t I bid them welcome, choosing to let them watch sex fueled by love rather than the Internet’s alternative?

The idea is radical and entirely opposed to the cultural taboos and emphasis on privacy that featured in my up-bringing but still worth contemplating. Most ideas are worth contemplating.

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