Posts Tagged 'Young People'

Teens Invent Sex!

This just in: sex has been invented by the latest generation of humans. Until now, humans have reproduced via an asexual method of procreation which existed only in darkened rooms and did not require the participation of even the human releasing their reproductive spores. In this landmark event, "Millenials" have decided that young humans are actually quite equipped to have sexual encounters with whoever they feel like, when they want, but are discovering they are only moderately prepared for the emotional fortitude required to do it in a healthy way. This revelation has stunned - stunned - older generations, who never had sex their entire lives, and are certain there was never anything fun about sex. More on this breaking story as it transpires.

In all seriousness, though, when hasn't there been a shocking - shocking - look at the sexual habits of freshly-minted adults? Just consider every True Stories, Men's Adventure, Skin Mag, and CosmoWannabe from the past hundred years. Salacious views of "the changing landscape of sexuality" has been selling magazines for years, when, really, it comes down to an interesting fringe comprised of a social movement with hedonistic undertones ("hookup culture" versus "free love" versus "flappers") stoking the fears and jealousy of those not involved, while everyone else is pretty much just having sex whenever it becomes available. And so it goes, humanity.

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Nudist Rebranding!

The nudist community is trying to rebrand themselves by pointing out that not only old, fat people like to take off their clothes. For example, they have organized the The Young Naturists and Nudists America, an organization which aims to get young people naked. OK, as a 40-something, that just sounds creepy, but the interesting thing about the Young Nudists is their explicit connection between nudity and sexuality, which they find empowering -- something you hear a lot of well-rounded porn stars talking about. The problem may be less about young people wanting to be nudists, but the asexual message of old-school nudism (not that it was ever without sexuality; people didn't buy naturism magazines for the articles, ya dig?)