Monday was Blogging for Sex Education Day and I did not know, but I know now, and my favorite post on this topic is from Jack’s Non-Blog. It says in part that [s]ex has, for many people, an emotional impact that is rarely discussed logically in any form, and is normally reduced to saccharine conceptions of love and attachment. I am glad someone said this since I am continually told that if sex is not a part of love, which is the intention to experience spiritual transport and create a business partnership, then it is “just physical,” whatever that means.
I blogged for sex education by ranting and raving with my younger brother about the ridiculous experiences we have had, and faux logic we have heard, from Louisiana and a few other men. We do not know what they are really up to as we do not understand them, but our provisional theory is that patriarchy + guilt about sex not only ruins sex but interdicts the possibility of non-faux relationship. This, incidentally, is an excellent argument against abstinence-only sex education.