Debra Kinninger

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Debra Kinninger
Posted over 2 years ago
What do you think each and every one of us can do to counter the impact and influence of porn as default sex education, everywhere?
We need to EMBRACE the body, not as something to be feared, but something to be honored that has innate WISDOM and wholeness that INCLUDES a healthy expression of sexuality. Sexuality is one of the pleasures of life, yet in America we have created great polarities around its expression. Sexuality is not something to be abused, it is something to be celebrated, yet porn and its easy accessibility on the Internet creates a false sense of intimacy. We need to teach our youth to connect not just with the MIND when it comes to viewing sexuality currently on the Internet or or TV, but to allow the connection from the HEART to drive ones passions. Sex without heart is a hollow act that creates hurt and may harm another. Sexuality that is sacred, that allows for two people to get to know one another and they choose to deepen this sacred connection because they want to deepen their experience of one another. We need to satisfy our children and our youth's curiosity about sexuality, long before they begin watching porn. Families and healthy adult relationships teach children about intimacy, how parents touch each other and their children is where sex education really begins. We are sexual beings and sex education begins in the home long before a child is even of an age appropriate stage of curiosity.
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Debra Kinninger
Posted over 2 years ago
What do you think each and every one of us can do to counter the impact and influence of porn as default sex education, everywhere?
I think we need to NORMALIZE Sexuality. It is one of the most innate drives we posses, and appropriate sexuality needs to be LEARNED, not through pornography that is easily accessible on the Internet. I think we need LAWS that target the inappropriate publication of porn on the Internet. We also need to shift sex education from schools to organizations that can teach our youth about health boundaries and what is not just safe sex, but healthy relationships and healthy intimacy which may then progress to healthy sexuality.