For those who are not familiar with Asian culture, sex is actually a very taboo topic, despite of many involved in sex activities at a very young age nowadays. 10 years ago, you can say that not all ladies dare to explore their sexuality, and some even have the concept that sex is dirty. However this mindset had changed, with the proof that many are involving in the market of sanitary pads.
I had a chat with someone, the conversation is related about ladies embracing our sexuality.
Last month, A jokingly asked me to wear bikini to an formal event, so I said, "I will wear bikini, only if you go there naked, in your birthday suit."
Today, she jokingly told me that I can register for a dance performance of 15 person. I told her that the sum of my close friends are not even 15. So she jokingly suggested that I join the performance with my brother's team of taekwondo, I dance while the kids perform martial arts. So I said, "So you will perform nakedly?"
Then suddenly, A related me to a 'pervert', saying I keep talking x-rated stuff. So I turned speechless....... Did I said anything x-rated? Being naked can be a art, if your intention of being naked is to be an art.
After reading Cyril's post about sex education in school, I remembered a health talk which our doctor on board gave us every week.
About the health talk, it was about STD, sex transmitted diseases. Before the talk, a safety officer warned me that there are some pictures which can be obscene. I thought the doc is going to show us penis and vagina, and he did show some pictures of penis and vagina. But all those pictures of penis and vagina are very gruesome, full of cauliflowers. One of the STD is also called as cauliflower. Some of the organs are beyond recognitions.
After that talk, we have to have cauliflower as our lunch.
If sex education in schools started with STD lessons, I think the students won't involved in sex activities so easily.