interesting. I definitely think that our freedom of expression about such a complex love is taking a toll on our youngens. It’s like when we were young; when you finally learned from the school, or had the infamous sex talk, you were giggly and nervous about this future part of life, but once you heard it more often your curiousity shot through the roof. How do you know when to introduce children to it? Do we, as America, make them immune to it by having countless talks, letting them watch the discovery channel, and only covering their ears during the sex scenes in the theaters, or do you go the other direction and not let them watch tv (since tv is really quite saturated with it), give them the “talk” later in life (only to find out that they have found out more details than you know on the school bus), and outlaw any movie over the rating PG? That is the question at hand. quite wordy, but I think I got my point across. To be honest I don’t know. I gave you two extremes, but if you figure out the correct way of educating the american youngsters about the now common intimacy display, then please let me know. đź™‚
I’m sorry to say that your very creative answer is not correct. Thanks for playing! and sorry for the long comment.
I noticed two things while reading that. 1.) They said black girls instead of African American… which I just thought was funny. and 2.) Never was the issue of religion brought into the equation. It was never questioned what kind of influence strengthing not only the our religions in the lives of our children, but in society as whole. And not merely saying Christianity, but religion in general.