Sex: The New Normal
When Salt ‘N’ Pepa’s controversial hit song “Let’s Talk About Sex” was released in 1991, raunchy sex (of the freakiest kind) was taboo. Sure, certain artists incuding the lady pioneers pushed the limits of explicit content but in many hip-hop households bedroom matters stayed hush-hush.
However, "Generation Share" is not only open to the conversation, they're living it. Whether it’s racy sext message to a partner or the latest celebrity sex tape, chatter about sexual affair is common. Like the saying goes, everybody’s doing it—but what exactly are they doing?
Click through to see why certain naughty behaviors are officially the new normal. –April Dawn Ricchuito
While many still choose wisely to keep their sex lives private, there are others who choose to tweet, blog and write tell-alls about their antics in the bedroom—or whatever other place it is they’re choosing to get down–à la Karine Steffans and Winter Ramos.
It’s now recognized as totally normal, and even healthy, with benefits ranging from boosting immune system functioning in men and alleviating chronic back pain in women.
If you doubt that pornography has gone mainstream, check out the sales of sex tapes featuring Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian, the latter of which became a household name and a red carpet staple.
While pornography can be addicting, it’s okay in moderation, say sexperts.
Thank Madonna making out with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera on national TV for the inspiration.
Threesomes, foursomes and moresomes have gone from being fantasies to an all-American activity.
Pop princess Britney Spears and mogul Jay-Z have even had chart-topping hits that mention three as the magic number.