Conventional wisdom holds that sex between consenting adults is a purely private act of no concern to anybody except those directly involved. But is that really true?
Think about it a bit and a number of factors come to mind that suggest sex is anything but private in terms of its effects on everybody not directly involved. And more than a few of those factors involve all-too-real emotional, physical and societal consequences.
In the following video, the Colson Center’s Brook McIntire offers three factors that demonstrate rather vividly that, while the act of sex itself is surely intended to be private, the consequences of it are quite public and last far into the future:
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