What (almost) nobody wants to know about sex

In 1935, English novelist David Lodge reflected: "Literature is mostly about having sex and not much about having children.  Life is the other way round."  Today, the role of sex is still twisted.  Ask Google "what sex is all about," and you would be hard pressed to find any discussion of the children who may come from conjugal love-making and the responsibility of the couple involved in the act. I find this highly disturbing – one of the reasons, I would say, why we continue to have churches and temples.  Without getting into the sticky debates surrounding religion, politics, and personal freedom, I think it is worth airing a too easily forgotten and neglected aspect of sex in today's world.  Let me state up front that, as a man married to a woman, having children, and loving my family, I align without hesitation with the belief that life is sacred. Biology keeps reminding us that sex is primarily for the creation...(Read Full Post)

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