Pandy asked 12 months ago

If birth control (i.e. condoms, the pill etc.) never existed, would society be as sex obsessed as it is currently?

Pandy

If birth control (i.e. condoms, the pill etc.) never existed, would society be as sex obsessed as it is currently?

Probably...

Answered by cLOUD

Yes. People can still use the "pulling out" method, even though it's risky asf 😂

Humans have always been sex-obsessed: it just wasn’t talked about openly. Young, unmarried women have been “going to stay with their aunt in Darlington” (ie, shipped off to some godforsaken institution for ‘unmarried mothers’) forever. And it’s been proven

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The times without birth control are not in the distant past, those times are actually with us on this planet. And to be possibly obsessed with sex isn't strongly related to making babies I think. And I do not think any society on Earth is obsessed with se

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I reckon so. Most of the southern US states are anti birth control. Jesus will keep ur Veee-Ginas clean. They have the highest birth rates. Sex is a powerful force nothing can change it😊

I think so.

Yes, people would still fuck like crazy and use double G's to sell hamburgers, those things predate the sexual revolution by thousands of years

Yes.. There are plenty societies throughout history that glorified sexuality while never having had access to these things. The idea that contraceptives = promiscuity harkens back to: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_hysteria

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