These stories appear in the news all the time these days. We hear about 14 to 17 year olds snapping off jelly bracelets in turn for sexual favors. Just recently in Poland about five 15 year old girls got pregnant in the last year playing a game called “the sun.” This game involves 4 or 5 girls laying nude in a circle with their heads together at the center while 4 or 5 guys go around the circle from one to the next fucking each girl. The winner is the guy who can hold out the longest before he cums.
This kind of stuff is happening all over the place. Teens are plaing sex games, having group sex, jumping from partner to partner and the news is reporting all of it as “shocking!” As a responsible adult my reaction should be “that’s horrible” but honestly the first thing that comes to my mind is envy and wishing I was 15 again. I mean my biggest sexual fantasy (right now and for the last 16 years) is having a threesome with two women. Now at 31 years old, the older I get the less likely that seems like it’s going to happen. I’ve had sex with ten people in my entire life. I didn’t have my first real penis in vagina sex until I was 18. But I remember what it was like to be a 14 or 15 year old teenage guy. If I had girls willing to spread their legs for me at the drop of a hat back then like teenage guys do these days, I would have jumped on it too. But it didn’t happen back then. At least in my life.
That was only 16 years ago. Back then it took a crow bar to get a girl to even think about touching your junk. I’m sure there were girls that did but they were rare and you rarely heard about it. So I can’t imagine being that age and having a girl and a bunch of her girlfriends all spread eagle for me in the same room at the same time. Sounds like the greatest fantasy come true for any guy, teenage or otherwise. But what the fuck happened?
When did preteen and teenage girls become so sexually liberaly? Where was the turning point? What suddenly sparked this sexual revolution among teenagers these days? The reality is people want to look down on it but they shouldn’t. That’s why the news reports it as “shocking news” that gets parents in an uproar. But they aren’t going to stop it. The only thing they can do is make birth control and contraception mandatory. Beyond that sex education needs to start younger and also be mandatory no matter what the parents beliefs are.