Culturally, society's attitude toward women and sex is pretty messed up.
Society tells us that it's dirty, filthy, and wrong, and women who have it are sinners who have to pretend that they don't know what a male organ looks like.
Then, on that magical day at some point in their adulthood, those formerly dirty women get married (if any guy will still have them and their tattered hymens) and the sex act, a thing they've been doing in a dirty way for years, suddenly transforms into an amazing and blessed experience.
Sex, you see, is a very bad, dirty thing that you should only do with someone you love very, very much.
At The Guardian, Jill Filipovic explains, in one of the most comprehensive and straightforward ways why our society's attitude about sex before marriage is hindering happiness, and how embracing sex as something that can and should be shame-free.
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