Monday, August 22, 2016

BDSM SEX EDUCATION FOR SCHOOLS/ STUDENTS: Understanding & Creating a CONSENSUAL Society over a CRIMINAL Society & SEXUAL RESPONSIBILITY ... The "New School" Edition ... (SEXPLOITATION NATION PT.32)






This posting will serve as Part 32 of the "Sexploitation Nation" series of this journal/ blog. The reason for this posting is to have a better understanding and tolerance of sexuality, and the importance of educating our society and children, instead of continuing the hypocrisy, discrimination, and indirectly promoting and sustaining a society of sexual repression that makes a criminal sexual society flourish. This posting also applies to all people, not just straight/ heterosexual, but to LGBT, pansexual, graysexual, the strong or powerful guy that likes to be dominated in sex play, or that tough inde gal feminist who may like to sexually submit for play. At least some professional education courses in BDSM should be "offered" if anything in schools to teens. Below I chose some videos and articles to highlight here, I also included an expert sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer in the last video to give a briefing on "kinky sex" as well ... and Thanx to all those below for inspiring this posting ... after, I will add some input of my own.




Could Teaching BDSM In Sex- Ed Reduce Rape? ... Thanx to THE YOUNG TURKS








***** CONNECTIONS.MIC/ LEIGH CUEN: Should we teach teens about BDSM in sex ed? ... (article)




***** ALTERNET/ TRACY CLARK- FLORY: Sex Escape: Why Do Men Go to Dominatrixes? ... (article)




***** CBC NEWS/ TORONTO: Wynne praises girls' push for consent in sex- ed curriculum ... (article)




***** ALTERNET/ ALEX HENDERSON: Women Who LIke to Be Dominated in Bed: Talking to BDSM Submissives ... (article)





Sex Education- What is Kinky Sex ... Thanx to JACQUELINE HELLYER





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***** PD/ RCJ: "SEXPLOITATION NATION" PART'S 31 THRU 1


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Thomas Hudson Pickering/ Ranch Chimp


When it comes to sexuality and education of such, I feel that all aspects of it should be part of sex education, and at least if it is part of sex education in school, the parent dont have to try to find wayz to explain the "birds and the bees" thing at a certain age to their children, or trying to find politically correct wayz to explain something that they may not be an expert on ... and the students are around their own peers and age groups, which is positive. In fact, I look at it as a public responsibility to educate our children on what is consensual and what is abusive. Many young people by nature just find out about sex on their own, I didnt have sex education in any of my schools in the 1960's, my parents didnt talk about sex much with me, etc ... I found out on my own, and also being around things like prostitution at a young age opened my views to things that I wouldnt have learned from other kidz, parents or school anywayz ... but life experiences are what made me have a better understanding and tolerance. In todayz society we have sex thrown in our face from every angle, whether you are watching the tele, at the movies or online ... it's commercialized and used to sell products and make a buck, yet on the other hand, much is strictly forbidden, a look but dont touch type of thing ... what I see in America especially, as a sex in your face neo- puritan type society we are becoming. We call ourselves a liberal society, yet sure as Hell dont act like it ... not even most so called liberals are liberal, regardless of how swollen their heads are on thinking they are. Sex education today seems to be more about using condoms, birth control/ contraceptives, or what's called "safe sex" I reckon ... which is very importante as well, because of diseases and high teen pregnancy rates, but other sex education is needed as well. A kid may watch a movie for instance, and maybe they are not even of age to watch it, but was able to, it may be full of sex and violence ... they are young, they see all this sex and violence with adults, they see it online or the news, some are in abusive families with parents alwayz in conflict, and they absorb it, yet have no understanding of what's going on, or how to differentiate what is acceptable or not, only having to go by their instincts and experiences.

I say this, because the way a portion of our society is, is that it can indirectly contribute to molding our children to be sexually abusive to their partner, spouse, or even a stranger they dont know ... and it can be very serious. Even regardless of all the sexuality that is out there, we are not as tolerant and understanding as we should be, criticizing a persons sexual preference or practices/ fetishes, calling in public sexual fetishes as a deviant practice or a mental health issue, yet many of those criticizing it, have some fetish of their own. Some that would consider themselves as having high moral values say that in love making, there is no such thing as dominance and submission, yet out of the other side of their mouth believe that men are supposed to be the dominant one over their women, it's a religious or cultural thing ... yet they are still practicing a form of dominance and submission, even in their so called "love making". In fact, damn near every aspect of our societies is about dominance and submission, master and slave ... whether in sexuality, culture, religion, politics, business/ finance, the workplace or war, etc. Since we are that as a species and society, and most practice sex, why not have a better understanding of it? ... education and tolerance is key to that. Sex education also, is something that should not just be about love making between a couple in a steady relationship or marriage ... after all, many dont practice sex because they are "in love" or wish to reproduce, it's healthy physically and mentally, regardless of what ones particular fetish/ desire may be ... and safely fulfilling those desires are particularly healthy. I believe with more social/ public discussion and bringing things in the open and more education, we can reduce the amount of sexual abuse, rape and violence that we have now ... keeping it in the closet, is keeping it bottled up in people, and especially our children ... and can explode in an unacceptable way in a relationship or anywhere in society. This is as importante of a sexual education issue as any others, because it is part of what we are, and many will most likely explore in their sexual relations at some time or another, regardless of what sexual identity you claim yourself.


Word Out ....




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***** RANCH CHIMP JOURNAL "WELCOME" POST


***** RCJ MUSIC/ ART'S HONOUR ROLL SOCIETY (my hand- selected music/ arts picks)


***** RCJ/ THOMAS PICKERING: GOOGLE+ (video posts)


***** THE RESISTANCE/ PERIL'S OF THE POWER POSSE (inspiration for hope & change) ... to be viewed as a "profit- see", not a "prophecy".


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