Monday, June 07, 2004

Casual Conversation

I golfed again today with my usual group. Along with attempting to smack that silly little white ball less than 8 times per hole, we talked about politics and sex. I think a little religion was discussed as well. Talk about the three taboo subjects among friends!
Our political discussion was dispatched forthwith. "Who are you going to vote for in the coming election?" Done.
However, our sex talk lasted at least 2 of the 4 hours of playing time. Jean started it. Not me. She said, "I watched "Sex with Sue" last night and you will never guess what she told me".
"What? Jean," we say. - How to make love if you are a lesbian.
It seems that a caller was a "new" lesbian and needed to know what to do with her girlfriend. Sue told her in exquisite detail. So now we all know. Jean said she called her husband in to listen and maybe take notes.
There is another show on lately from England. It's a reality show with young couples trying out different kinds of sex, sex toys and letting us all know what they liked or didn't like. (I happened on the channel while happily clicking away if you must know) I couldn't believe that anyone would have the nerve to do and say these things in front of a worldwide audience. But I guess it amounts to that 15 minutes of fame, or something like that. This is where the religious discussion came in. Betty, a churchgoer says, "That's disgusting and these people have no morals, why can't people stick with what God gave us?" "Because they are bored with Godgiven talents and girls just want to have fun, Betty." End of religious discussion. Betty as it turns out, has an extended family rife with lesbians and gays, but heck, its the 21'st century and we are all God's children.
Back to Sue - I have learned a lot from Sue's sex shows, as has everyone in North America, allowed to stay up past 10 p.m Sunday nights. This is what I have learned:
1. Where it was once pretty much exclusively men who were able to separate love and sex, now this attitude includes women. I don't know whether this is good or bad, but for some reason, it doesn't sit right with me. Something to do with denying genetics maybe.
2. Everyone wants to have great sex and most people are too shy to express their desires, let alone how to go about getting great sex. It has always been this way, but now we have Sue to teach us all about how to get and give great sex.
3. All men would be willing to try anything with their partner (or someone else). Many more women fall in this category now as well. Don't you think that if all of humanity practised this, society would degenerate rather quickly? Where would we all be? Bonking each other on the head with clubs maybe.
4. Culturally, we are accepting the casualness of sex to such an extent that love doesn't really enter the equation anymore. I wonder if love is doomed?
5. Where will it all end? Don't get me wrong, I'm all for great sex between consenting and loving adults but where will it all end?
Remember that old movie "Logan's Run"? You could call up any kind of plaything you liked by just using a clicker like your t.v. remote. Very cool in the '70's. Maybe that capability is approaching. Not so cool. Or maybe...


At 6:36 PM, Blogger AJ said...

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At 2:16 PM, Blogger Maddy said...

Sorry AJ deleted your comment by accident. Just like a man, "old" ladies talkin' about sex is repulsive. However, if she were a cute young thing, you guys would find that quite stimulating!. Boys, men - all the same! Oh well, c'est la vie!

At 4:13 AM, Blogger AJ said...

Male and female, Maddy...

vive le difference!:)

At 11:23 AM, Blogger AJ said...


C'mon Maddy...your public awaits...



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