The Pornography And Sex Positive Essay

1503 Words Aug 6th, 2014 7 Pages
In the world that we live in people see things differently in their own way. When it comes to the world of sex each and every one has an opinion on what’s right and what’s wrong. Sex and the different forms of it have and will always be the talk of the town, from those who are anti-porn and those that are sex positive. There are many similarities and differences from those that are “anti-porn” and “sex positive”. In both cases they are seen as a social problem, from having too much sex shown to not having enough seen. There are many essential issues beyond just porn itself and how it is seen as a social problem “Anti-porn” is a word and term for people that are against porn and feel that the less society has of it the better it will be for all of us. They are also using all that porn represents to show the negative side to it, and how it affects the lives of children if and when they stumble upon it. Stated in article seventeen we need to stop teaching about sex it stated, “That sex education in America has a gaping hole in its curriculum that hasn 't helped much, either; in a recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report just 6 out of 10 girls said that their schools ' sex education program included information on how to say no to sex” (Ross, J, 2014). Children are taught to say no to sex just like children are told to say no to drugs. The underlining truth is that children, especially teenagers are curious and they are currently engaging into sexual activities.…

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