Sex Ways and American Porn

Sex Ways and - they were married it would have to be both parties in the marriage engaging in the act The culture most distant from my views is

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Sociology 235 Sex Ways and American Porn The culture closest to my sex ways would have to be the southern backcountry. I don’t believe in birth before pregnancy, and being as open about sex as the southerners were. Still they are the closest to my views. I feel sex is OK before marriage, and it is very important during a marriage. On the stand of adultery I don’t agree with the backcountry view as it being only the woman’s fault, but the fault of both parties. I believe the backcountry people would view the porn industry as it was portrayed in American Porn as being completely alright. Their culture is entirely open and free about sex, so having it filmed and sold would probably be fine. The only problem I think they would have with porn would be if either party was married. I believe they would say the people involved in the sexual acts would have to be unmarried, or if
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Unformatted text preview: they were married it would have to be both parties in the marriage engaging in the act. The culture most distant from my views is definitely the Quakers. Their view on sex is only when a person is married, and even then it is hardly ever. Sex to them was not spiritual at all, and for the sole purpose of reproduction, which actually was very little. All these are completely against my views on sex. I think the Quaker’s view of porn from the video would be against it. It breaks all their beliefs on sex. Sex is to be limited and not for lustful purposes. In the porn industry they believe it is to make money, and for the lust of the viewers. There isn’t a single thing about the porn industry that the Quakers would agree with....
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This essay was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course SOCIOLOGY 235 taught by Professor Krier during the Fall '06 term at Iowa State.

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