Not all parenting choices are equal. Allowing an impressionable young child to partake in the hypersexualized world of drag shows parenting gone awry.
A doctor penned an op-ed for Teen Vogue encouraging the decriminalization of sex work. Yet another example of sex liberation gone wrong.
How much of our sexualized media is influenced by porn addicts behind the scenes? The Hadid sisters’ recent line-crossing photo shoot is telling.
The original title, ‘In case you didn’t sterilize yourself before sex with a man who doesn’t care about you or your future, you still have 72 hours!’ was exnayed by the marketing team.
Ancient art elevates a woman’s body as something worth years of effort to pursue, while pornified bodies commodify human beings as pixels to callously flip through and discard.
Those who insist ‘Fat is sexy!’ attempt to fight the sexualized images of some women in the media by begging other women to join in.
Public schools are slipping kids text porn and treating parents like crazy people when they try to protect their kids.
Our society needs a phileo resurgence so we can express ourselves with the nonsexual passion and love we really feel.
Children, like the little boy crying in New York, can’t know their sexual identity because they don’t have one yet.
Madonna, you’re 56. Camille Paglia is right: Time to ease off the sex symbolism.
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