Or 3. Or many more for that matter. Good morning class!
LOVE the enthusiasm, but let’s hold all questions until later.
Yes, Ms. Spears, I’ll see you after class. Please bring Ms. Song with you.
Don’t get too excited, Ms. Song, I’ll only need you to man the camera. Which brings us to today’s topic: A survey of human sexuality in the 21st century.
Unlike previous centuries, Roman Empire times immediately come to mind, the last few centuries have been marked by a prudish attitude towards sex in general and intolerance towards those that practice sexuality outside the “norm” established by those in power. Luckily, the world, some countries more than others of course, is moving towards a more tolerant and accepting state.
Class, please open your tablets and click the first link in your syllabus document:
Truer words were never spoken, Mr. Harris. It seems Europe is indeed ahead of the US. It is truly appalling that graphic violence is regularly shown on entertainment media in the United States while a brief glimpse of nudity is carefully controlled and restricted.
This series of courses aims to take the shame off of human sexuality and seeks for the student to embrace beauty in all its forms and to take Mr. Harris’ journey into the world of erotic and sexually challenging adventures. While every human has preferences as to what and who they like, those preferences are completely valid and should not be denigrated. Equally, just because one doesn’t like something does not mean that it is wrong or bad or inferior to another’s preference.
The only universally-accepted exception to this is sexuality involving underaged persons. Now, each country in the world has their own perception as to what is considered “underaged”:
This map explains a lot, doesn’t it? On this topic, the only thing to say is that the safe choice is to abide by either the number based on the local law or the law of the country you reside in, whichever is the bigger number.
Putting that subject aside, the courses to come will delve into specific topics. The basics of human anatomy and the pleasure centers of the body can be found in a fabulous article by Heather Corinna. Please click the link on your syllabus.
Please read the article thoroughly. You will see that the concepts contained within will be featured in every single course. More than that, though, a clear understanding of how we are all different and how we can all attain sexual pleasure differently will lead you to become a better lover, friend, partner, or just a plain better human being.
The key, as with most things, is to be aware of and sensitive to the wants and needs of others as well as yourself. With an open and selfless attitude towards sex, the possibilities of immense sexual pleasure increase greatly.
Excellent outfit, Ms. Spears. You’re way ahead of the rest of the students. All of you, get to reading!