SBS features sex worker who wants to teach school children about sex and pornography

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A sex-worker who featured on SBS’s Viceland has said sex workers should be brought into schools to teach children about sex and pornography.

 

Eva Sless, author of A Teen Girl’s Guide to Getting Offappeared on SBS’s program The Feed to answer the question, ‘Who should teach our kids about porn?’

The Gold Coast-based sex-worker said she believes “professionals”, like sex-workers, should be teaching youngsters about pornography and sex, because “sex-workers know sex”.

Sless also went on to say, “we need vibrators and masturbation sleeves available” for girls and boys because it’s problematic and even damaging, to tell children that sexual pleasures can be shameful.

“There’s a real problem when you match pleasure and shame. There is nothing more conflicting than something that feels amazing and being told it’s absolutely wrong. And that does awful, messed up things to kids’ brains,” she said.

“No one is suggesting to play hardcore BDSM pornography in classrooms, and if they are, then I’d be worried… But, there is a real need for this education about pornography, whether or not it’s shown or just spoken about,” Sless added.

In the #Metoo era, is this really what our children need to be exposed to? Are children really going to be better off if we destigmatise porn and promote loose-sex? As Matt Walsh previously noted, our already porn-addled culture rapidly moves people through all three stages of becoming a sex predator at a very young age.

The first step in becoming a sex predator is to see sex as an entirely selfish exercise. This is the inevitable outcome of introducing young children to self-stimulated sex, devoid of relationship, covenant, commitment, and intimacy.

The second step is to deny the humanity and the dignity of the other person involved. Pornography dehumanises those involved and reduces the participants to mere objects. It doesn’t require any interaction with a living human being.

The final stage is to develop a fetish for the weird and depraved. This is because, as R.C. Sproul Jr rightly said, “The very pleasure of pornography is the shock of it. This explains the all too familiar phenomena of the downward spiral. Like illicit drugs, each ‘hit’ requires a stronger hit the next time to get the desired effect. What was once delightfully forbidden soon becomes all too commonplace. And so darker perversions are pursued.”

In 2016, just one pornographic website reported they had received over 90-billion video views and a total of 44,000 visitors every minute of every day. In less than two years, viewers wasted the equivalent of one million years watching pornography.

If it could get even more disturbing, the website said the top 10 searched for terms by women included: ‘threesome’, ‘stepdad and daughter’, and ‘extreme gang bang’. While for men, the top three searches were: ‘milf’, ‘stepmom’, and ‘step sister’.

The day before serial killer Ted Bundy was executed, he sat down with Dr James Dobson for his final exclusive interview. During the interview, Bundy made a startling confession. According to Bundy, every serial killer he had ever met was deeply involved in pornography. The downward spiral is real.

“I’m no social scientist, I haven’t done a survey,” Bundy said. “I don’t pretend that I know what John Q citizen thinks about this. But I’ve lived in prison a long time now and I’ve met a lot of men who were motivated to commit violence just like me.

“And without exception, every one of them was deeply involved in pornography, without question — without exception. Deeply influenced and consumed by an addition to pornography. There’s no question about it. The FBI’s own study on serial homicide shows that the most common interest among serial killers is pornography,” he said.

Exposing children to more pornography is not the answer to children being exposed to pornography. Removing the shame associated with sexual immorality is nothing other than searing the God-given consciences of our children. And when their consciences are numb, sex will be stripped of all meaning and pleasure, and God only knows what a society raised on porn will have to resort to just to experience half a thrill again.


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