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Subscriber Account active since. We've come a long way. Since then, our ideas about sex have opened up a lot — we've become far more accepting of everything from sex before marriage to sex between same-sex couples, and those trends have picked up pace since the s. But in a few areas, like sex outside of marriage, we've actually grown a tad less accepting. To be more exact, when given options on a scale of , with 1 being "always wrong," and 4 being "not wrong at all," less than a third of people would choose "not wrong at all.
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What Every Generation Gets Wrong About Sex
Sex and Gender in the s | SpringerLink
The s were the height of personal liberation. Powered by a profound desire for pleasure, self-expression, and the need to connect, sexuality became an open space for men and women free from the heavy-handed social control of the s — and the results were amazing. Everyone was encouraged to let it all hang out. Performers and patrons alike led decadent lives of pure, unadulterated fun.
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We've grown way more accepting about certain kinds of sex since the 1970s
Go ahead. Admit that you occasionally look at the magazines at the check-out counter of your local supermarket. Given all the how-to tips for the bedroom and breathless accounts of celebrity hookups on the magazine covers, you might be forgiven for not knowing that Americans have become less sexually promiscuous in recent years.
I t was January , and America was on the brink of cultural upheaval. In less than a month, the Beatles would land at JFK for the first time, providing an outlet for the hormonal enthusiasms of teenage girls everywhere. The previous spring, Betty Friedan had published The Feminine Mystique , giving voice to the languor of middle-class housewives and kick-starting second-wave feminism in the process.