While I see sex as being a revolting process, and I would be completely against having it myself, I don't see the problem with other people having it. As long as they aren't under-age or doing something against the law, I don't see anything wrong with engaging in something that is pleasurable to them. Though sex exists for the simple fact of making a baby, it's also understandable that some people don't want children, so I also don't see a problem with people having sex for fun. Why would other people's habits concerning something that private have anything to do with me?
Sex is fantastic. It's essential to humanity, as a social and procreative tool. Everyone has their own view on sex and how to have it, but I encourage everyone to keep an open-mind and be respectful of other people's choices, inclinations and way of life. There is nothing wrong with anything.
Speaking of fetishes and such, does anyone listen to Dan Savage's podcast or read his column, Savage Love?
It's definitely made me a lot more open-minded when it comes to other people's varied sex lives, that's for sure.
(Though I can't say I don't listen/read some of the time just to laugh at people with really really really bizarre sexual problems.)
Nothing short of orgies, sex in public restrooms, or blatant pedophilia should be illegalized, and a lot of state laws regarding statutory rape are just dumb. It's worth a trip to a jail cell when a 17 year old sleeps with a 15 year old or something in most states (or 17 in some cases), but a 40 year old man can get as many college chicks as he wants because they're not underage anymore? BS laws are BS.
I don't find sex revolting but I do have standards, I wouldn't swallow sperm or give someone head, that's just gross (not really fond of eating women out much, would only do it depending on who it is :x). I don't like anal play either. Got it once and it was sickening (one good way to ruin a good night), I'm not putting anything down there if you paid me to.
I still think a 20+ age difference is too significant, it's ridiculous that teens who are almost the same age can't have at it on a technicality but a 50 year old can screw 19 year olds or something :(
My grandmother married a man that was 26 years older than her. I've known couples who have married with that age difference and have wonderful lives. Even in their sex lives. Age is just a number, except when the girl or boy is underage.
At the moment, I'm very conflicted on sex outside of marriage. I'm human and have desires, yet my moral code says it's wrong. But I'm starting to pick up the pieces of my interpretation on it. I lost my virginity and I seriously regret it. I could have saved my purity to share with someone worthy of being my spouse, but I lost that chance. Why is purity so important? Sex is a sacred thing, and it's so great that it should be saved for the person you love. I also believe sex is supposed to be saved for marriage because even the science in it proves it should be. If you have sex, there is a chance, no matter what, that you can get a girl pregnant. So why not save that chance for when you're financially stable and for a very special girl (or guy)?
I don't bash people on the head for having sex and/or not worrying about losing their virginity. This is just my interpretation/opinion.