Some people are afraid of getting judged by family, friends or even their working place, for just being too open about their sexual life and desires.
There are actually people loosing their job because of acting out their own freedom over their own body and sexuality. People working in a public work, like teachers or police, many places have a restriction on what they can do sexually. They cannot make erotic photos or videos, because they need a moral face out to the society.
Not too long time ago it was a lot of discussions if gay people should be allowed to teach at schools, or even if gay people should be allowed to be openly gay in the army.
Priest fired after writing about sex in the bible
Recently in Norway, a known priest (know for being open-minded and actually get people to come to the church to see and hear him) got fired. The main reason was writing a book about sex in the Bible.
This is a priest working in the state controlled church. So
for this priest - to write what he wanted or share his thoughts in his
book, was not accepted and cost him his job. Can he really get fired
for expressing his views, even if everyone does not accept them? Is
this a message to every one of us to take care about whet we say or
Miss Norway kicked out be course off naked photos
Another case in Norway was when a young girl lost here right to be in the Miss Norway competition. The reason was - she had made nude pictures for a magazine before. The reason further - girls in miss Norway should show a good image outwards to young people. So it is a bad image for young people to be proud and free about your body, while it is a good image to promote superficial beauty and competition about bodies and looks? Great!
sexual suppression against working groups?
Some places sex workers cannot officially give money to charity. It was a big discussion in Denmark, when the prostitutes of Copenhagen wanted to give their days earnings to charity, as part of a national charity day. So sex is not even a moral alternative for charity?
FFF also got turned down from different ecological organizations, refusing to give help or accept donations, because we represent the wrong sector of work. Is this not highly - sexual suppression against working groups?
Can organizations legally choose if they wish or not, to accept charity donations from sex workers. Is this not going under sexual discrimination? What is next? Not receiving money from gay people? Or people with the wrong ethnical background, or maybe wrong religion? Should it really be morally accepted to have this sexual suppression against working groups, even if they work with sex?
We will try to give some ideas and examples of this global discrimination against sexuality and sex workers. They want us to go to the army or to pay tax to use for developing the military, but not to make love to give pleasure or even contribute to charity.
We need more love in this world! We will try to connect people working with legal issues connected to sexual suppression, and try to create a network that can help people to be able to live out their true love life, and do what they want with THEIR bodies and THEIR sexuality.
No one should be afreaid of expressing their sexual freedom and pleasure, without fear of judgment and conflicts. We need no one to tell us how we should explore our bodies, maybe rather teach us. We need to redefine the sexual moral of our society, and rather create tolerance and acceptance - for our own mind and sexuality. Let love free!