Sex in other parts of the world
Before we start dealing with the sex today, let's look outside
Europe to what sex meant and mean. If we approach sex from religion, it is
worth mentioning that sex is only the privilege of men all over Asia and the
Arab countries. Women still today are
not worth much, they are seen as objects or household machines whose only
responsibilities are to wait for the husband at home, give birth to children,
to follow the head of the family’s orders and satisfy sexual needs. In African
countries women are mutilated in various religious rituals and sexual
initiation rites, and in many places the darkest sexual perversities have
become common at the expense of women.
perversions in today cultures
Let just a few examples be mentioned to show how prevalent sexual
perversions are in our contemporary societies. In Colombia the mother-in-law
watches the first sexual act carried out by the newlyweds. In Congo chieftains
have a subjective right and obligation to take the bride's virginity. If they
do not do so, they are dismissed. Also in Africa, there is a tribal customs to
find out whether a woman has dangerous genitals through group rape. As usual,
the bride is laid down on the main village square before marriage and -
starting with the weakest men – every male member have sex with the virgin. If
no one will die of the sex with the virgin, marriage is allowed to take place.
In the islands of Guma professional deflorators work. It would be
difficult to enumerate how many perverse sexual habits built into your everyday
life. What is last to mention is a custom formed in a tribe living in the
Polynesian archipelago. Adolescent adults use children for sexual purposes.
Paedophilia therefore is a part of everyday life, as parents often use their
own child if they wish to have sex.
Laws regulating sexual
The recent example mentioned above can perfectly
demonstrate why the laws are useful that prohibit certain forms of sex. Such as
are those laws that prohibit paedophilia or sexual violence, which are basic
legal environment in normal democracies. This matter is completely obvious to
us, citizens of European democracies that we do not screw up children and do
not rape women, just because it is the cornerstone of growing up. According to
our moral and spiritual values, it is not normal to cut off a female clitoris. Laws are made
to protect the needs and safety of the majority, including women and children.