Saturday, March 29, 2014

The fabulous life of sexual promiscuity

It's funny how American television series, like 'Single Ladies' and 'Gossip Girl', are slyly trying to put the 'class' tag on sexually promiscuous behaviour. As if living in the 21st century would suddenly make people blind to the ability to reason, or would it?

In some dramas, like the ones mentioned above, changing partners with the same urgency used to change one's underwear (although, props to those who think they can get away with wearing the same underwear for days on end), seems to be the norm. Not only that, but, it seems that these dramas are trying to make the women doing it look like they are emotionally in control and on top of things. STDs isn't even a question in these dramas.

Newsflash: Constantly changing sexual partners has never been, and will never be, glamorous. 

From watching these dramas, the men (just as well as the women) just appear to be sexually desperate and emotionally unstable, not to speak of loose, when they keep acting confused about the person they love and want to be with. But, of course, there would be no fun in these dramas without actual drama, not so?

Just how acceptable is sexual promiscuity in our society anyway?  Some of Hollywood's "role models" seem to be pushing the same agenda: Have a look