Let’s Talk About Sex

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Sex is complex …

But instead of dealing with the complexity of sex some people run away from it and instead dwell in the absoluteness of sex. “Don’t have sex or you will die,” “Don’t have sex or you will become pregnant” or the classic “Don’t have sex!”

They believe that by scaring people into abstinence that they have circumvented the complexity of sex when all they have done is make sex even more complicated and dangerous. Please let’s talk about sex.

twitterWritten By Okechukwu Ofili of ofilispeaks.com
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Words by Okechukwu Ofili of ofilispeaks.com
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6 comments on “Let’s Talk About Sex

  1. It’s our lack of discussion about sex that causes most of the problems. If you don’t teach a child about his/her body, how will he/her respect it or know when its being disrespected?
    Lack of knowledge about sex causes more harm than good!
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  2. Victoria Alfa on said:

    More awareness should be done about SEX. There’s alot to sex.but I don’t think it helps in building a lasting relationship. Of a truth we are sexual beings,but sex was tied to a season by God and when practiced at that particular season makes it enjoyable and creates an unbreakable bond.

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