ginywiny wrote:To make love. Which is proper sex.
To types who believe that their personal views, even when factually contradicted by reality, constitute the only proper ways of the world.
About the whole "reality" thing, proper sex would by the most logical definition be sex which has potential to reproduce as reproduction is the entire purpose of sexual functionality. Any fucked up rough kinky emotionally-devoid thing you could possibly imagine, so long as Rod A enters Slot A at some point during, would be proper by that account. Thus, what is "proper" could very well extend to: Doggy style, crazy bondage sex, orgies, nailing a chick against a wall while dressed as the Burger King in a Mcdonald's bathroom...It's also entirely possible to screw under the same cover and not have it be a love thing. It is possible, to put it bluntly, to have sex anyone anywhere in any way and involve no emotional aspect whatsoever in the entire process...And it would still be proper, provided his pole goes in her pink at some point during the proceedings.
All of which is to say, the whole "You need to be facing each other and full of love or it's not proper!" bit you just pulled is not only rather pompous for basically slandering others as improper little heathens if they don't do it how you prefer but also just a fundamentally flawed position because what would actually constitute "proper sex", based on the natural purpose of the act, does not actually require love or even face-to-face engagement at any point.
...Actually, how much of the sex in KS itself is "forehead on forehead"? Hanako, and maybe Emi's last scene. Rin didn't do it that way at all. Lilly didn't do it that way most of the time, if at all. Shizune never does it that way.
And seeing as actual people wrote those scenes, I can't imagine what sort of implications that could have for the writers' intended message through the lens of your worldview there. "Disabled people are improper"? Seems sick to me.
The rest of that conclusion is quite nice. But that particular bit is wrong. Clarifying it as "making love" rather than just any sex made it right...Until the..."Fix"...Of "This specific kind of sex is the only proper kind!" took it from right and straight back past wrong to actually kind of a really narrow and awful mindset. But the rest is quite nice. Kudos.
"Sex gives an emotion of belonging... of love. Thus, if you like a person, even in the slightest, and have sex with them, you will develop so many more feelings that you wouldn't have felt before." is incorrect.
"Making love gives an emotion of belonging... of love. Thus, if you like a person, even in the slightest, and make love with them, you will develop so many more feelings that you wouldn't have felt before." is correct.
"Making love is proper sex." is contradicted by the very nature of sex, a woefully narrow-minded viewpoint, and actually leads to some really awful implications when considered within the context of the events portrayed in Katawa Shoujo (because, let's be honest here, a lot of those scenes are not 'making love'. ), the message of the writers behind those events, and beyond to the real world in general.
I love the interpretation of Pac-Man where he's a just a lowly worker retrieving golf balls left all over the course by the rich masters and the ghosts are all previous workers who got conked on the head and killed by incoming golf balls in the line of duty.