All generations face some sexual repressîon. but because mine reached pubertv jusl as AIDS hit dıe country. ue w ere given a stronger message: Sex equals death. We vere told “just say no” at the same time that the mass media gave the poverful and contradictory message ‘just do it”and do it uikfly like Madonna or Courtnev Love. We uere also bombarded uith strong vamings aboui date rape and sexuai harassment.
IN YOUR NEW BOOK, YOU DESCRIBE THE STEPS TO 4rMINDBLOWINGr SEX. WHAT ARE THEY?
First, one must leam the basic elements of sex: the emotionaî (getting in toueh with feelings and desires), the natural (getting conıfortable uith your body) and the technieal (getting Information on a varietv of
positions and techniqııes). Then one has to find a balance among those elements and nuıster making good choices alıout sex. The last step is to add your personal ereativity to your seual epıessions.
WHICH OF THE STEPS POSES THE BIGGEST PROBLEM FOR YOUNG ADULTS?
Making good choices. Too many young people have se that ınakes them feel had aftenvard. They regret that they didn’t use a condom anıl vorry that they got a disease or got pregnant. Or the next dav they realize that they didn’t reallv want to do it with the person they just did it ıi’ith. I trv to teach people hou to learn from their mistakes and move on.