“We're all so busy acquiring things, when all we really want to do is get naked.”

—Jason Purcell

Sex is the coolest thing on the planet and our society has done its best to make it wrong and dirty. We try to legislate it. That doesn't work. We try to limit it. That doesn't work either. We try to make it appear nasty so people won't want to do it so much. That doesn't work for sure. In fact, that only makes us want to do it more. So why does none of this work? It's not supposed to. Sex is to be enjoyed. It's natural. Anything done to inhibit sexual expression will always backfire, because it's a natural thing.

Sexual repression is the cause of many crimes—not sexual expression. Sexual repression is the cause of much guilt—not sexual expression. Sexual repression finances the lives of many psychologists, therapists, and writers—not sexual expression. Sexual repression ruins more relationships and marriages than almost any other factor I know of—not sexual expression.

I know you can come up with some exceptions here and so can I. There are always exceptions, but you must admit I make a very good point.

Think about it. Did you ever hear anyone complain because they were getting too much sex? I don't think so.

Remember the 1960s? I know, I know, some of you don’t, but maybe you saw the mini-series or bought the soundtrack. In the 1960s, protesters carried a sign that said, “Make Love, Not War.” Know what? They were right.

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