Agree or Disagree: You should have sex with your spouse every day.


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First of all, I’m single and not married.

I’ve had conversations with friends of mine that are in long term relationships. I have to tell you that I don’t believe I have ever heard the expectation of sex every day with your spouse. I hear more of a thought of relationships change in time. And that expressions of love change.

But, the writer of the above Huffington Post, who is a wife, believes she should have sex with her husband every day.

She gives 5 reasons. I’ll let you read the article, but I’ll give you the short version.

1. It is a celebration of her femininity.
2. Men need to have sex and feel loved.
3. It is an opportunity to create moments with couples.
4. Sex relieves stress.
5. Sex is fun.

What are your thoughts?

Agree or Disagree: Accepting the Hook-Up Culture is Getting the 20-Somethings Nowhere


How the Hookup Culture has affected 20 somethings

The above article proposes that the current hookup culture has impacted the 20’s something in a negative light.

For those that are in their 20’s, what do you think of that?

For those that don’t know about hookup culture is. It is a culture that encourages casual sexual encounters and casual sexual relationships.

What do you think?

Agree or Disagree:Internet Porn has a negative impact on society


The Great Porn Experiment

From time to time, I do get requests to do a particular topic for Agree or Disagree.

This topic is one of them.

She presents this TED Talk as a basis for her question.

The TED Talk explains how they think pornography has had a negative impact. They use some studies to prove their point.

After listening to the TED Talk, do you think Internet Porn has had a negative impact?/p>

Agree or Disagree: The Podcast-Edmonton Sex Ed Controversy-Part 1 Click here http://www.spreaker.com/user/7021827/the-edmonton-sex-ed-controversy


 

This is Part 1 of our topic covering the controversy surrounding the Edmonton Pregnancy Care Centre and the Edmonton Public School Board.

Steven Britton and I interview Luke Fevin from the APUPIL ( Albertans Society for Unbiased Pupil Learning). He is also a member of the Edmonton Society of Atheists. SEA has been mentioned in the article of response from the Pregnancy Centre.

 

Topics include

-What is APUPIL?

-What specifically is the complaint and the context of it?

-Concerns around the Pregnancy Centre’s Content

-How should religion be handled in public schools?

-Pregnancy Centre response including a letter from a supporter

-Who is the Society of Edmonton Atheists?

-Is there a connection with SEA and Paula Simons and the Dawson Family?

-What should we be teaching kids in sex ed?

This is Part 1 of our conversation. We do hope to get a response from the Pregnancy Centre.

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Agree or Disagree:The Podcast-A preview of Upcoming Podcasts


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A preview of upcoming Podcasts. Topics include

 

The Liknes/O’Brien case and the impacts going forward.

The Controversy between the Edmonton Public School Board and the Edmonton Pregnancy Care Centre.

How easy is it to date in Calgary?

An early look at the Mayoral Race in Toronto.

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Agree or Disagree: Being in Love is not Enough


I think it is fair to say that we have all been in love.

Some of you still are in love. You met your Mr or Mrs Right and you are currently living your “happily ever after”.

But some of you were also in love. But,for whatever reason that is, it didn’t work out. Were you in love? Yes! Did you need more? Yes!

Mark Manson argues in this post that sometimes Love is not Enough.

http://markmanson.net/love

Do you Agree or Disagree?

Agree or Disagree: There is a right way to talk to teens about sex.


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There comes a time when this has to happen. If you are a parent, you have had this happen. The all important question, some kids ask you as a parent.

“Mom, Dad, where do babies come from?”

For someone younger, this is an easy answer. You can say, the stork, the mall, or something else simplistic.

However, there will be a time where this will not be easy. Why?

Because they will be teenagers.

And as you doubt are aware, being a teenager and the topic of sex is complex.

The  fact is 48% of teenagers will be sexually active before the age of 16. The other fact is that if they are NOT active, they are thinking about it. Because we at one time or another, we all think about sex.

So, from personal perspective , or if you are a parent of a teenager, is there a right way or a wrong way to deal with the topic of teenagers and sex? Is there any topic you should avoid with teenagers?