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Well, thing is everyone should be able to explore their own sexuality at an age that is appropriate, mid/late teens sounds good, but always responsibly and with the consent of both parties. So, sexual education it’s very important. Most atheists see sex as an amazing thing – especially when shared with someone you love. And as an atheist myself, I see sex as just a good form of mutual expression of feelings, whether the feelings are mental/emotional, or just straight up physical.
And yes, we definitely think it’s okay to have sex for fun! Most Christians do that now anyways, so it’s not like we’re totally off-track with that.
About the amount of sexual partners, well , so long as you’re not hurting anyone’s feelings and everyone you’re having sex it’s fine with it, go ahead. I mean, if you’re fooling around and just having sex bodies and everyone consents to it, there’s nothing the matter with it. But, if you are supposed to be in a monogamous relationship and you start fooling around and your partner is not ok with that, well that’s another story.
Sex is looked as so immorally correct because it provides pleasure. We all know how much religions love to condemn pleasure. Fact is that two consensual adults are allowed to have & enjoy sex.
Some atheists also view sex as a form of communication. Some feel that sex should be seen as meaningful. That doesn’t mean it can’t be fun. Sex is fun. Some believe in love and monogamous relationships, but truly it’s none of anyone’s business what other couples do as long as they both agree to it.
If swinging is their thing, then more power to them.
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