The first encounter...

Discussion in 'Ethics, Morality, & Justice' started by Confused2, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. Confused2 Registered Senior Member

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    Given a free choice...
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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Did you post this in the wrong forum? Should this be in the relationships forum?
    Are you looking for advice? No, your first encounter with a boy will probably not go like in the movies.

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  5. Confused2 Registered Senior Member

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    No, not in the wrong forum. I agree - the first encounter will generally be unscripted. Hence the temptation (of parents) to try to write the script for their sons and daughters. If we say of a family "Their script is wrong." are we suggesting we have a better script or that there should be no attempt at scripting that first encounter? Anyone who thinks they have a 'good' script might like to share it here.
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  7. Confused2 Registered Senior Member

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    Let's step back to 1974. A residential college for (mostly) girls.
    When welcoming all to the college the Dean (housemaster, whatever) dwells on the subject of sex and relationships. I think "Yay, and the devil was strong within him." would give a fair impression of his views on sex.

    The upshot is that girls could reasonably expect to have a first (or subsequent) encounter (with him) in a safe and uncaring environment.

    It might help to know that education was free in the UK at that time. The selection process for colleges and universities was impenetrable. If a college consistently selected young pretty girls it would be impossible to prove any bias.

    So, a safe, uncaring environment for a first encounter - does anyone have any thoughts?
     

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