Sex Education Articles

As you may know, we do not accept porn related articles here at, but we do accept articles about male and female sexuality and sex education.

So far, we have about 100 articles on topics of sexual education.

Got our first complaint today that an author was offended over a recent article we approved into the site. The author went on to further threaten to not send in any more articles if we accept such content.

Gee, the search engines are loaded with porn… Perhaps this same author should stop using them too.

From a purely economic standpoint, we have very little to gain by accepting any article on sexuality because we’re not able to serve up contextual ads for them.

What do you think?


Edward Weiss writes:

The Houghton-Mifflin dictionary defines pornography as:

Sexually explicit pictures, writing, or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal.

Now, what causes “arousal” for some may not elicit the same effect from others – hence the debate you may face from readers and authors. A very sticky subject indeed!

Comment provided July 1, 2005 at 4:02 PM


Roland writes:

Yes, I believe that we do not need to discuss that kind of matter.


Dina Giolitto writes:

If the articles are written in an educational way, then let them pass through. I think the articles should be scanned for foul language the same way that movies are. If they don’t pass PG-13, then don’t accept them.

None of the FCC banned words as listed in the Howard Stern Private Parts movie should be included in the directory. And maybe some other street terms as well.

I have a “foul language filter” on a forum I created. When people try to enter curse words, they come up as “filth flarn filth” and such. I find this rather amusing.

Comment provided July 1, 2005 at 5:31 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

Recently as an experiment I had sent in an article “Sex in a Cessna” and had considered the content, wondering if it was accurate and non-offensive. I felt it was not too offensive and important information for anyone trying to attempt such. I sincerely hope no one got too aroused over that article? If so perhaps that person has some problematic issues? The days of the Puritans really are no longer with us and people should lighten up a tad. I agree with Edward and Dina on this issue. It seems that the article itself on a per case basis is the issue. If one reviews the article and then decides the level of appropriateness then one could determine if it fails the test. It is similar to the comment by one judge? “I can’t define it, but I know it when I see it” so perhaps the person who wrote in to complain about the article has a point? Hard to say really? My thoughts are when someone starts getting into graphic details it is quite problematic. And if this were to be allowed it should be done on an new .xxx website and not on this site. And “IF” it were ever done for the benefit of the authors or readers who might partake in such activity then no links to or from should appear any where on the site? It appears most would advise against it completely.

Comment provided July 2, 2005 at 4:06 AM


Dina writes:

I just read the “Sex in a Cessna” Series and I found it: 1. hilarious, 2. maturely and intelligently written, 3. inspirational, and 4. perfectly appropriate.

If anyone ever wants a crash course in sex writing from a informational, non-offensive, classy and amusing standpoint, talk to Lance Winslow, as he seems to be the Mile High Resident Sexpert!

Comment provided July 2, 2005 at 7:59 AM


mess writes:

It seems that the article itself on a per case basis is the issue. If one reviews the article and then decides the level of appropriateness then one could determine if it fails the test.

I don’t think that articles like “Sex in a Cessna” is usefull for your site.

Comment provided July 5, 2005 at 12:04 AM


Lance Winslow writes:

Usefulness is an interesting thought. I can tell you this, most all pilots talk about the mile high club and a few try it. If it is not done correctly you could crash and die. Which would ruin your whole day. So, I think although it may or may not be useful to the site. It is definitely need to know information for anyone who wants to experience the full “joy of flying” and additionally experience life to its fullest. Next time I will write an article of Sex in Beechcraft instead.

You know, when you really think about it, NO articles are useful to the site, no one article helps that much, there are only a hand full with article views over 10,000. So most are not completely useful. But together they attract millions of people per month to the site and once here the average person probably views 5 pages. So someone in an amorous mood and views that site, they may stay and view one of your articles too? Like wise someone viewing your articles might see that article and laugh and read it and remember this site, tell a friend, email the humorous article to a pilot friend or lover and thus it suddenly becomes useful? You see? So, I agree it is not useful, but it might be? Therefore, I guess it is worthy, even if it offends you or some folks a little? Did you read the article?

Comment provided July 7, 2005 at 1:54 PM


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