Apr 12, 2010

Improving Human Sexuality with Increased Discourse

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There are challenges to including clitoral orgasm in sexual education programs. Today, some academic institutions with religious affiliations consider conflicts about human sexuality and opt not to include the subject in curricula. In 2007 and 2008, some states made the sale of vibrators illegal: an illustration on some of the restrictions placed on female sexuality. Until equal grounds for sexual pleasure are reached, like availability of information and eradication of taboos around female pleasure, then laws like this one will continue to cause prejudice views. Sexual education about female orgasm is one solution to the missing discourse. I also enjoyed hearing about Michelle Fine’s book in class lecture, The Missing Discourse of Desire, which discusses the need for improved education about women wanting to say yes to sex and pleasure. What if a woman wants to say yes to sex? How can the public better understand how to be safe, but also how to liberate misinformed views about female desire? Allowing for female sexual pleasure to be in the limelight would benefit the public, because as Sigmund Freud professes, sexuality is a central and important part of all human being’s lives. Understanding the entire scope of pleasure between man and woman, and not solely focusing on intercourse will further the subject of human sexuality, and will help people in their sexual lives.

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