Thank you for sharing this. This idea of a "sex week" makes me cringe in the same way my university spreads the gospel of "safe sex" with holding out buckets of condoms for events called "Condoms and Cookies." It's a completely irreverent attitude toward human sexuality. It is this "shameless" attitude of which you speak in lecture two that this generation propagates. Just walking around my university on an average March day, you would be amazed by the irreverence toward the body in seeing what the boys and girls think can be considered clothing! I am |--| this close to walking up to my fellow students and asking them if they forgot to dress this morning. To top it all off, most of this lack of clothing is strategically linked to the student government election campaigns. I am tempted daily to ask that if they are offering me their body for my vote...

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