Sexualisation and Mindfulness

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‘Its been a rough day. I put on a shirt and a button fell off. I picked up my briefcase and the handle came off. I’m afraid to go to the bathroom.’ Rodney Dangerfield

In the Sex Ed class the teacher says, “All right, class, I want you to go home and come back tomorrow with as many positions as you can think of for making sex.” The next day she says to Little Johnny in the back, “Well, John, how many positions did you come up with?” Johnny says, “Seventy-three.” The teacher says, “Oh, my goodness…uh…very good, John, very good…” She calls on Becky in the front and says, “All right, Becky, how about you?” Becky says, “Gee, teacher, I only came up with one…where the guy just lays on top of the girl.” Johnny yells, “Seventy-four.” I have been trying to think how I can best put this so in a tactful way….here goes. I try approach subjects that I feel are relevant to be approached. I know we are all adults but some of us seem to have forgotten that. It is important to have fun but there is a time and place, we can have fun but still be appropriate ……..Ladies and Gentleman quick sexual education talk. Men have a Cockadoodledoo and Women have a Kitty Kat and Boobies. I think we learnt this in school and now here again today. So now that we are all up to date. Lets go forward being mindful and respectful about it. Lets leave the tongues off the comments and references to these body parts. Please can we have a little bit of respect. This is part of life and it happens to be that yoga, dancing, fitness, art and modeling have very expressive natures physically but that been said we can also be commenting in a tactful manner. What we do with our bodies is irrelevant, what goes through someone else’s mind is their perspective- their thought process. We are not born as objects, we are born with every piece of anatomy we need to function and utilize for life so let’s treat each other with the respect one deserves and not hide behind our screens being inappropriate by all means have fun but do it with respect as you would if you were talking in person.

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