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Netizen Xiao Qiao: facing it, people feel a kind of cultural dizziness
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14:44, May 20, 2009

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Netizen Xiao Qiao

The sex theme park built in Chongqing may provide a platform and foundation for sex education. Our cultural characteristics are restricting us however; facing those explicit and exaggerated images and texts about sex and love, people intuitively feel a kind of cultural dizziness.

It is difficult to associate it with sex education. One cannot help but suspect that the organizer is aiming to make money from grandstanding under the banner of sex education and sex knowledge.

Sex education cannot be achieved by building one or two "sex theme parks," just as the cultural sex festivals held everywhere only end up bringing prosperity to the sex industry. They have not produced much benefit when it comes to improving the concept of sex and ethics of sex.

Popularizing sex education relies more on efforts made on school education, social education and cultural immersion. It should be developed as a systematic project to help people correctly understand "sex."

By People's Daily Online



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