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Humanist Thought of the Week: Nov 13 2007

Responsible About Sex

Ok – here is what I originally wanted to talk about a couple of weeks ago.

By now you may have heard that David Copperfield is under investigation for forcing himself on a woman at his private island in the Bahamas.

Obviously any person, man or woman, has the right to choose their sexual partners and so has a right to decline to have sex at any time.

However, we all are responsible to not put ourselves into situations where our desire to not have sex might not be respected.

So, if a rich guy, like Copperfield, invites you to their private island in the Bahamas, you should immediately assume they are inviting you to have sex with you.

Accepting their invitation is a tacit endorsement of the whole; lets have sex in the Bahamas idea.

Therefore, if you do not want to have sex with them or are not sure if you do, do not accept their invitation to the island.

Have we learned nothing from Doris Day and Cary Grant in the movie “That Touch of Mink?”


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