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    For long centuries, christianity didnt even consider women "humans".
    Velvet, for your information, my dear: For "humans" use "human beings." "Human" is always an adjective, never a noun. The use of "human" for "human being" is, alas, common in written and spoken English. I am doing my best to stamp out this fully erroneous and regrettably common practice in written and spoken English. May God go with you in all your present and future endeavours, my dear woman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astragoth View Post
    No it was even more "prudish" than today. What Europeans call prudishness we call basic morality.
    You weren't even allowed to date back in the old days. You went to her father and asked his permission
    to court her and you were escorted the entire time. Christmas wasn't allowed as it was considered
    a pagan holiday. The behavior of Icelandic women now would've made niggers from the 1930's blush.
    Oh and the "this is my body I do what I want" is a reverse sacrament its Satanic.
    In the 18th and early 19th century it is well documented that people slept around, especially during colonial times. The examples are plenty from the brothels of the West and Ben Franklin's writings, Even Abraham Lincoln wrote about it before he was president. You should read up on religious history of America, in the late 19th century they had huge revival camps, most of these places are now abandoned, I look for them to go metal detecting as its a better chance to find older coins.
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    I actually do know a bit about history. But anyway depends on who you were talking about and where.
    The rules for men and women were very different.
    Men might have fun with a "soiled dove" but a proper women had strict limits on her behavior.
    She was intended to be a shield to her man. Ben Franklin belonged to something called the
    "hellfire club" that should give an idea of how that behavior was regarded.

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    My father was born during the end of the Victorian age, and at the beginning of the Edwardian age. But social changes do occur gradually before they become obvious. That's why such changes can be so destructive to our future in some cases.

    The Victorian age was actually rife with ardor, sensuality, and 'illicit' romance. But all of this licentious conduct was concealed by a sanctimonious veneer of socially enforced blue codes that actually made such morally questionable behavior more alluring to those seeking to temporarily escape their mundane lifestyles.

    In this age of amorality, where skimpy attire reveals so much flesh in public it would have been cause for public censure and even arrest for indecency in that bygone age that prohibited men and women, unknown to each other, from socializing on a public sidewalk... And ladies and gentlemen never touched each other with a handshake, let alone dared to express any other form of PDA in public, unless they were legally married.
    Aside from an ever increasing number of mortals who have willfully chosen to worship Satan and his minions, our battle has always been against the powers and principalities operating surreptitiously throughout this twisted world.

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    Too much prudery in this thread, this ain't 1900 folks.

    Anyways, this sex positive culture of Iceland makes sense to me, especially if you consider some of what was said in the article:

    Iceland’s always been this way. According to Icelandic-American sexologist, author, and television personality Yvonne K. Fulbright, “Sexual permissiveness in Iceland goes back centuries.”

    “The cultural acceptance of sex stems back to a contagious disease [smallpox], which ravaged Iceland in 1707, seriously depopulating the island,” Fulbright explains. “In an effort to repopulate the country, the King of Denmark declared it lawful for every young Icelandic woman to give birth to six children, regardless of her marital status. This act was not seen as one of shame, or involving degradation or loss of reputation, rather it showed status as something to be praised in the name of patriotism.”
    So one could even argue it's part of their tradition over there. Course feminism/modernism also helps make it socially acceptable, but if you think about it, Iceland's one of the most sparsely populated Germanic countries. If we add other modern things like mass immigration from outside of Europe, their birth rates and survival are just crucial. They're literally in danger of becoming extinct.

    Also interesting from the article:

    “Yes we are sexually liberated,” she explains via email, “but that doesn't mean Iceland is a good place to come for a fuck. We don't want people coming here for some sort of sexual vacation.
    Sounds to me like they're not really that open about shagging foreigners. It's not exactly like going to Thailand, it seems.

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    This number was made-up for the sake of argument, and one can even actually "see" the tongue-in-cheek in the reply.

    Not sure why we're discussing a made-up number, really.
    Okay, velvet, if you've detected some irony that I missed then fair enough but the actual number is unimportant. She thinks sluts are really cool and calls them 'badass', so at the very least she admires this sort of behaviour.

    In actual fact, it would be quite feasible for a woman to have that many men because we all know how these things work and how much easier it is for women to attract sexual partners than the other way round. This is why the whole 'sexual equality' thing is an impractical myth and our enemies know how to exploit this to ruin relationships, families and society as a whole.

    Which brings me on to ...

    We are all exploited, men and women alike.
    Ah, now this is a somewhat dismissive response to the point I was making Sure, men are exploited too but we don't have millions of them proclaiming themselves 'liberated' as they indulge in self-destructive behaviour. You know the maxim: "there are none so enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free".

    I won't comment on all the historic sins of Christianity because I don't see this as a straight choice between feminism or burning adulteresses at the stake. Anyone with a sense of proportion can see that things are skidding out of control right now in the feminised, slut-worshiping societies such as Iceland and Sweden and I'm sure that the female co-founders of Iceland (that you mention) didn't have any of this in mind

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