Tuesday, February 26, 2008

"Outercourse"

"...Teenwire.com, the Planned Parenthood Web site that says it was created "to provide medically accurate sexual health information for teens on the Internet," is advising teens that viewing pornography is a normal and "safer" way of enjoying sex.

In a 2007 article, "Birth Control Choices for Teens," the writer for the Planned Parenthood site tells readers about "Outercourse."

Under the subtitle, "lower-risk forms of outercourse," in addition to kissing, masturbation, erotic massage and body rubbing, or frottage, is "fantasy." (Red the entire article)

This article struck me as odd because just yesterday I was reading an article about Sex Addicts Anonymous and how the internet and subsequent easy access to pornography has added to the prevalence of this addiction and its progressive nature.

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