The Future of Sex

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by CFConor, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. CFConor

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    Maybe I have a bit too much free time, I end up thinking about the most stupid things sometimes. But I think this is worth a discussion.
    What will the views on sexuality be in 10-20 years time?
    What will become the dominant sexuality, will homophobia die out?
    Can sex become more publicly acceptable?
    What do you think?
     
  2. dirk

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    I imagine our views will be ever-so-slightly more liberal.

    Homophobia may eventually die out, but not in 10-20 years. There's always going to be people who cannot escape the chain of being educated by their parents that homosexuality is unacceptable, along with religious motivations for the same line of thinking.

    And, also, there will always be those who resent homosexuals because they themselves are homosexual but are afraid to be true to themselves because of the judgement of their peers.
     
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    As long as there is an "other" there will be fear of it.
    When we are all "us" there will be no homo, hetero, bi, tri, poly, etc. phobia.
    Simple eh?

    Not so simple in reality.
     
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    In the future all sex will be experienced via a more advanced technology, similar to Twitter, but with fewer character options.
     
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