Okay, let me reign this in. The future of sex is that it becomes accepted to the point of being mundane, something not worth talking about. In the past, kissing a girl was something to brag about, now it is incredibly mundane.
When it becomes mundane, it will be okay to have it or not to have it. There shouldn't be pressure on young people to indulge in it, but of course that is not to say they won't, but just to say that it won't be a big deal. But hopefully people will see relationships as not having much to do with sex; this will be infinitely better than what happens now.
Every time I hear another stupid love song I get annoyed. It's like "baby, you make me hot, I wanna marry you". I can't wait to see the back of it.
Cool take on this.
The evolution of attitudes toward sex and the general intermingling of genders seems to progress toward less restriction after some time. When you look at Victorian values and morals you see a lot of similarities to Middle Eastern practices. Veils were a part of everyday dress in Victorian times, hiding the exciting features of the eyes, lips, jawline and everything. This continues today in many towns throughout the middle east. The origin of these traditions may b e the same and may be different. Seeing a women's ankles was almost like viewing pornography.
It might be a sign of a healthy society when restrictive gender separation policies are rejected by it. But you can also see that there might be an increase in violations that can come with lax attitudes toward sex and a individual expression. And there's always the money motive that seems to supercede morals, rights and everything else.
While socially accepted restrictions on sexual practice may hurt a society's progress there is also truth in the saying "haste makes waste". Children are the ultimate, lasting result of sex. When a society's morals and values have relaxed to the point of abandoning the results of sex (children) in pursuit of more sex, progress basically stops and begins to slide backward.