Sex Is Becoming More A Part Of Our Culture Essay

1429 Words Nov 25th, 2014 6 Pages
The birds do it, the bees do it, and so have we since before time even existed. But how much has the act of sex really changed through time and even in the past decades? Do we express it more? Do we express it less? And who are we expressing it with? As we begin to progress as a society in todays day in age, sex is becoming more a part of our culture and a part of our daily choices. The act of sex is becoming more open to talk about and more open to act upon no matter how you identify yourself and who you associate yourself with. Even still today though, typical expectations are that the terms “sex” and “gender” reflect each other. Males are expected to be masculine and females are expected to be feminine, regardless of how the terms are defined in any particular society. Although there are still complications with sexuality within society, ideas about sexuality are and have been evolving over the past few decades. There has been a huge shift in our knowledge of sex and sexuality – and growing feminism, which is changing the way we form relationships and views upon others.
Sexuality doesn’t just encompass sex but also gender identities and roles, sexual orientation, pleasure and intimacy, and reproduction. Sexuality is a key aspect of being human throughout life- it’s how we experience ourselves as sexual beings. Human sexuality plays a major role in everyone’s life, regardless whether we are young or old, man or woman, American or Mexican, it is a crucial part of what we…

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