Let's attack aggressively
Schwerpunk: Yes, it is that aborrhent to me. That doesn't mean I can't find humor in sexuality, and I do understand the biological urge to procreate. As far as to why I'm like this, I was never molested or anything. My old man gave me a clinical, emotionless explanation when I was seven, complete with references to cross-sectional illustrations in one of my anatomy books. I was disgusted by the concept and that only increased with age. Additionally, the first photo I saw of a vagina was on a goregrind album cover at age 14 (a fetus dangling from a butchered vagina). I'm certain Cannibal Corpse's "Tomb of the Mutilated" played a part as well, as the album art featured a mutilated vagina overflowing with blood. Adolescent development of OCD, which was centered around libido suppression, was the icing on the cake. I'm okay with all of this. Shit happens.
My old man is kind of a gigolo, and still is since my parents got divorced a while back. He would always encourage me to have sex with girls, and teach me how to act with machismo manner. However since he is illiterate [in English], he didn't show me any books.
That sucks that Death Metal scarred you like that. This is why I believe society should be MORE open about sex, and stop this puritanical censorship bullshit. I honestly believe it is a sad note on society, that an album cover depicting a zombie eating out another female zombie's bloody vagina is more acceptable than a 20 girl lesbian squirt-bukkake session. Why can't we just have both? It's not like depicting violence is anymore moral, or mind corrupting. In reality, both are here to stay, might as well not bullshit our kids by hiding it from them.
I remember when we took health class in middle school, they would show us a ton of videos on STDs. Granted, people should be informed about the risks that are involved with sex, but I feel as though they also do it as a scare tactic. Perhaps clinical explanations on sex can also lead to these kind of phobias. 99.9% of the time, a medical professional will give you the least liable answer to any health concern; especially regarding safe-sex. But thankfully, my general practitioner is on the level with me; he's an ex-hippie.
Last edited by Kontra Kommando on 05-30-13 at 20:19