Let’s Talk About Sex


Wow, how do you go pee out of that thing?

Birds do it, bees do it. Even educated fleas do it.

Yesterday I wrote a post concerning an unfortunate tragedy in Houston where a man mistook his daughter’s 17 year old boyfriend for a rapist and shot him dead. The comments drifted into a discussion about what the boy was doing in the girl’s bedroom at 3:30 a.m. I said:

Teenagers are like dogs in heat. You gotta keep ‘em separated or shit happens.


Anybody who has ever been a teenager knows this is true. That’s why we act like our parents did when we have teenagers of our own. This isn’t some recent discovery, either.

Despite what some people would like you to think, human nature hasn’t changed since Adam and Eve first played hide-the-salami. All you gotta do is read some ancient texts like the Bible and you’ll see that fornicating has been humanities favorite pasttime for a long, long time.

Because we are mammals we engage in sexual reproduction to make more of our species. That means a male and a female both contribute genetic material which is then combined to produce an offspring with a unique mix of both parent’s genes. IOW – we make babies by fucking. The human male shoots his seed into the human female’s vagina, and them little tadpoles go look for her egg so they can fertilize it.

Sexual reproduction is a very complicated process that really wasn’t understood until fairly recently, and yet humans somehow managed to accomplish it on a fairly frequent basis long before science was even invented.

Kids spend the first 12 years or so of their lives generally uninterested in sex. They might be curious about it but they lack the equipment to appreciate it. Then at some point around the age of 13 everything changes. Suddenly, sex becomes a near-obsession, and it will remain a near-obsession for a while.

This is Mother Nature’s way of ensuring the survival of the human race.

Not all living creatures reproduce sexually. Not all of the creatures that reproduce sexually find the act enjoyable. Some animals mate for life. Humans are not naturally monogamous and we (generally) find sex pleasurable. That is why we have sex for recreation and not just reproduction.

Here is where the problems with sex come in. First of all, our sex drive kicks in several years before we reach full physical, emotional and mental maturity. Secondly, until fairly recently there was no way to prevent pregnancy from happening. Last but not least, there is a substantial period of time in which the human female needs support and assistance for herself and her child to survive.

So here you have a horny male who wants to run around and have sex with lots of females and females who need someone to provide for her and her baby.

This is where society and culture get involved. I don’t know exactly what sexual behavior was like back in prehistoric times. But as human societies evolved they started creating rules for sexual behavior.

These were not always good rules, and sometimes the rules became obsolete or even oppressive. But we need to understand why the rules came about in the first place.

All of our rules for sexual behavior were intended to protect and provide for women and to force males to be responsible for their progeny. It’s really that simple.

You can fight Mother Nature, or you can work with her. A whole lot of modern feminism and Prog ideas about sexuality run contrary to nature.

I’ll stop here. What do you think?

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64 Responses to Let’s Talk About Sex

  1. The Klown says:

    I hate it when I run out of gas before the end of a post.

  2. helenk3 says:

    sex is a part of life. not the whole life. As you say without it we would not be here. But with sex comes responsibilities. protect that which is created by sex. Do not use sex as a weapon.
    Sex can be a beautiful part of life or an ugly part of life depends on the people having sex.

    • The Klown says:

      I don’t like having ugly sex, but if I’m drunk . . .

      • WMCB says:

        I’m fast approaching the time of life when any sex I have is going to be ugly. Or at least not pretty. 🙂 But hubby and I don’t mind. We’re used to each other, and content, flab and wrinkles and all.

        • The Klown says:

          Via AofSHQ:

          A comedian under the impression he had rented out his posh Chelsea pad to a man with family in town for a wedding returned home to a wild orgy, he said.

          When he returned to the building to grab his luggage, a rowdy sex party featuring “Big Beautiful Women” was in the process of being shut down by building management…

          “The worst part of the Internet right there was in my apartment.”

          “There were all sorts of people walking out of my apartment and people coming in from the back yard. It was a huge mess.”

          Teman said his apartment was trashed by a group of nearly nude, overweight people.

  3. 49erDweet says:

    “Humans are not naturally monogamous …………"

    My take is many of us may not currently culturally be monogamous but in our natural state we all were. Otherwise we’d have none of this “If I can’t have her (him), then no one can! BANG!” going on. None. At all. Of course that’s giving the word monogamous a stricter definition, but I believe that instinct’s in our original DNA and lurks there, under the skin, even today. Philosophy’s fun but DNA’s stronger, IMO.

  4. WMCB says:

    Our society as currently structured generally doesn’t need the old sexual roles/games anymore – at least not in as rigid a form as they once existed. The problem is that our biological natures, brains, etc don’t evolve nearly as fast as the changes to society have come.

    Gender roles have changed in response to the fact that women work too, and the raising of children (due to technology) need no longer consume all of a woman’s time and energy, etc. Those roles developed in order to protect women while they were necessarily consumed with raising and caring for our young for many years, and we needed the protected space to do so. The patriarchy, despite what the ardent feminists tell us, developed to benefit women just as much as men. No, it wasnt all a plot by teh evuhl menfolk to keep us down. Women needed to be kept safe, period. Were we commodities? Perhaps. But so were men. The difference is, women were a valuable one, and men were a largely expendable one. Thus we were guarded, and they were expended. But our environment has changed. It no longer takes a full day just to grind the grain and make the bread and sew the clothing. We no longer bear child after child. And men no longer need to go fight tigers to protect us, or battle other men to keep us and ensure that their progeny are indeed theirs. The thing is….our inborn natures couldn’t give one sweet shit about those recent changes in lifestyle. Biology laughs at the blip in time that is the industrial and technical revolution.

    The sane, reasonable thing to do would be to recognize the changes, while at the same time accepting that women and men evolved for different roles, and we need to work WITH that. Instead, we have unilaterally decided that we can wipe out our evolutionary natures in a generation or two, by govt and societal fiat. Can’t be done. Even if our biologies and brains will eventually adapt to the new environment, it might take a few thousand years to even begin to do so. We are making BOTH men and women miserable and confused by constantly telling them to somehow overcome their basic fucking biology , else it’s “inequality.” That’s insane.

    The sane, reasonable thing to do would be to not rigidly enforce strict gender roles, but also realize that naturally arising differences in men/women as a whole, as well as our sexual drivers (that often drive us to differing goals) are perfectly normal and natural, and a society deliberately dead set against nature itself is going to self-destruct.

  5. helenk3 says:

    also keep your sex life private. you are not the first to have sex, and you will not be the last to have sex. Unless you are hurting someone or involving a child nobody cares about your sex life. You are not that important to most of the world, they have their own sex lives that does not involve you

    • WMCB says:

      It’s not just sex, it’s everything personal. We as a society are losing two things: Both a sense of connected community, AND our sense of personal privacy. (Which sounds like a contradiction, but it’s not)

      One of the reasons I love old novels and old movies is the sense of personal privacy. In old novels, things are implied, not shoved in your face, and it’s so deftly done. All the characters are not forever bleating about “muh feelings” in great detail, and yet I get a better sense of real human feeling from Dickens or Edith Wharton, or Austen, or Henry James than I do the current crop of chick lit that purports to delve so deeply into feeling. Garbo could impart more sex with a lift of her eybrow and a parting of lips than our current crop of writhing Hollywood bunnies can half-unclothed.

      I’ve grown to despise the vulgar. The crudities. The overt, in-your-face presentation of sex, of art, of literature, of fashion, of music, of social interaction. The older I get, the more I admire the restraint and finely honed art of the suggested. Bring back the unspoken (that everyone knows). Bring back the sly, the inferred, the dance of manners. Most of life (and film, and books) should happen offscreen. It takes skill to allude to it without having to spell it out.

      • The Klown says:

        Naked women are not nearly as enticing as those who are wearing lingerie.

      • helenk3 says:

        I used to work with a lady and we were talking about the difference in movies and tv in the past from the present day. Her comment was” they leave nothing to the imagination and I have a vivid imagination” That is true

      • driguana says:

        Yes, nicely put…so to speak.

      • Erica says:

        I couldn’t agree more. My teen daughter and her best friend and I spent an evening watching old movies recently, and they were blown away at how “romantic” and great they were. And it sparked a conversation about the arts of conversation and flirting. And then they started talking about how sexy the women were, while being modest at the same time. I was in parental heaven. They want to do it again, so oh, yeah, no problem girls….hurrah for the old movies!

    • Constance says:

      So true!

  6. votermom says:

    So, this is what happens when I leave for a couple of hours – I come back and y’all are talking about Teh Sex.

  7. Constance says:

    “A whole lot of modern feminism and Prog ideas about sexuality run contrary to nature”

    That is very true and the one that has been driving me nuts is the constant claim that “gay relationships are the same as straight relationships” and if you don’t accept that you are a Nazi homophobe. Gay relationships can’t, with out meaning to, create a child genetically related to both parents that mast be provided for and genetic relationship to both parents is a strong and primal bond. This bond is central to at least 75% of all families headed by a hetero relationship and it is a very strong bond that can’t just be tossed off. Sure not all hetero couples have kids, Sure some gay couples find a way to raise kids, Sure both types of couples adopt kids. And gay and straight couples might be equally involved in loving relationships but a gay relationship is not the same as a straight relationship it is different from probably 75% of all hetero relationships. The marriage laws were made to provide structure to those 75% of hetero couples and security to their children’s support. Marriage laws were not extended to gay couples because they didn’t produce dependent children so the state had no interest in regulating their relationships.

    Which is not to say I don’t support gay marriage, I personally feel that gays should have every right to be just as happily married as the rest of us. But you can’t just randomly declare two different situations “the same”.

    • The Klown says:

      It is ironic that the same people who celebrate diversity also want to pretend that everybody is exactly the same.

      • WMCB says:

        Yes. I’m all for equal treatment under the law for all human beings. We all have equal ultimate value. But this idea that “equality” is the same thing as “must be seen as absolutely equivalent in every way” is bullshit, and a recent invention.

      • votermom says:

        You should tweet that.

    • votermom says:

      A lot of ancient cultures that accepted homosexuality – the Greeks, the Romans, etc., never ever entertained the idea of gay marriage.
      Sexual relations and romantic love could be between male-male, female-female, or male-female, but marriage was an institution that was about creating a family. Or joining two families.

      • WMCB says:

        The problem is that we attached certain property and other rights to marriage without making any similar provision for the “outside the child-raising norm” relationships. Once we did that, we created the problem that then created the need for gay marriage.

      • The Klown says:

        Hence the distinction between “wife” and “concubine.”

        • WMCB says:

          Exactly. Marriage in ancient cultures was always about protecting progeny. Always. A man might have a concubine or mistress, and quite often these women were quite powerful and socially accepted and had their own property, homes, etc. But her children were not the legal heirs. Marriage was a way of setting apart the official, recognized line of progeny. Period.

          • gxm17 says:

            Which ended up leaving the *unrecognized* progeny with the short end of stick. Even though paternity tests did not exist so there was no way of actually identifying *real* progeny. But just so long as the name continues on. It’s actually a rather lousy system, IMO. And it has more to do with money than genetics.

          • The Klown says:

            Like government regulations, societal rules are often misused or perverted to make things worse instead of better. Rules that encourage monogamy and two-parent stable families should not punish single mothers and “illegitimate” children.

  8. votermom says:

    OFFS. Now Stinky & Bossy are our mom & dad:

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  10. votermom says:

    OT. My 12yo has to submit a current event (news article summary in her own words plus how it relates to current history lesson). So the latest one she picked to submit is about how the Crimea referendum can be related to the American Revolution. The ethnic Crimean Russians are like American Colonial Loyalists and the EU & USA are siding with Ukraine because they don’t like Russia (like France sided with US Colonies bec they hated the British). I thought that was pretty good.

  11. Somebody says:

    I stumbled across this the other day. It’s a post about something at Huffpo and another screed by that PIV rape “feminist”. Follow the links in the article at your own risk

    • DeniseVB says:

      When I was in NYC with my mini-me and her mini-me (my 3yo granddaughter), we hung out in Times Square to hit the Disney and Toys R’ Us stores and other adventures to amuse a tot. Very touristy, but safe and fun for 3 year olds. There was a small group of Code Pinks blaring from their bullhorns into the crowd….something, something about abortion on demand, it’s our right to fight for it. Bossy, bossy, bossy 😉 I looked at my daughter and told her, thank you for making the right choice.

      • mothy67 says:

        I now use bossy everyday. My crud is bossy. She is an absolute tyrant. Give a camera and stelp aside. Skhe is bossy she is also bright funny and compassionate. Would not have her any other way.

  12. driguana says:

    Good, thought-provoking comments.

  13. The Klown says:
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  18. mothy67 says:

    I think the world would beca better place if young men knew that entering A girls room means saying hello to a bullet

    • mothy67 says:

      I am unequivocal on this. Enter my home I will do everything in my power to end you and I could not care less if you were raised by a single mom turning tricks while she hopped trains. MY BABY matters to me. Capital M Capital y capital b capital a capital b capital y. FUCK off already with excuses.

    • Constance says:

      The thing is if the kid had gone to the house and gone in the front door and met the Dad and family on any occasion before sneaking in to boink the girl the Dad would have recognized him and not shot.

      I remember telling my son when he was around 16 that he can’t cut through peoples yards ETC, because he is man size and scares the hell out of people and they might shoot first and ask questions later in what they feel is self defense.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    Ok, I’m not a mensa on twitter, but to get retweets from PjMedia and Instapundit, priceless 😀

  20. mothy67 says:

    My dad is the bestest ever. Rugrat loves Harry Potter so we were watching one of the films. My dad got disgusted and said it was rediculous no way a ginger boy could have two best friends.

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Just putting this here….


    Even when I had doxies, you don’t let a human near their food bowl or treats. Where were the stupid adults in this situation? Poor baby, sorry the Pittie’s on death row, but, com’on…….

    • elliesmom says:

      Ellie is a 65 pound fluff muffin, but she doesn’t play with my 2 year old granddaughter unsupervised. They adore each other, but neither one understands the other’s limits. This dog has to go, and its owner should be banned from ever having another dog.

  22. mothy67 says:

    I do not mean to make light of the gay experience. It can be brutal. I get pissed off with the people who claim outrage. I lived through some really bad stuff. Visited hell at the hands of other people. You get up and you go on. Strive to be honest. Throwing fits gets you zip. Living an okay life with integrity might just let me color the world in a decent way. Right now there is a lass going on 8 who posseses such infectious joy in her laughter I did that. I’d take everything thrown at me times a thousand and I would do it again.
    I believe a child belongs with a mother and father unless of course they do not. Like the customer is always right except when they are wrong

  23. mothy67 says:

    “Let it go” from Frozen is very good.

  24. The Klown says:
    • 49erDweet says:

      “we have children starving in the US because of the GOP.” Who knew an adult with an atrophied cerebral cortex could still function enough to tweet?

      • WMCB says:

        Literally no one, child or adult, is starving in the USA unless it is either abuse or their choice. I get SO fucking sick of the blatant lying.

  25. mothy67 says:

    Discovered today I am a Mick. Thought I was just your average Irish English French German Jew Cherokee Ninja Gay fellow. Nope I did go to Catholic School and I was an alter boy.

    I love my peeps and generalized dismissive articles like the one referenced here piss me off. I get invites to weddings without a plus one. Still my family I cannot trade them in. Nor would I want to. When my liver and kidneys said see ya later I told no one. Within an hour the poor hospital staff was inundated with my family offering their organs over a 100 calls. So they don’t want to sip mimosas at brunch with me and a guy but they’d give up a vital organ

    • Constance says:

      “So they don’t want to sip mimosas at brunch with me and a guy but they’d give up a vital organ”

      Don’t take it personally. I don’t want to be around any couple straight or gay who are all over each other at a party or even sickeningly physically affectionate. That’s my own problem but one that a lot of people have. Possibly I’m jealous but I find my self thinking “get a room!” at the first sign of hand holding.

  26. mothy67 says:

    I think progressives must have been lonely kids. I grew up with my cousins and I think it gave me a healthy sense of where I begin and end.

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