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Eat lots of vegetables. Avoid fast food. Drink a lot of water, not soda. Exercise more. Do this, do that. It's good for you! No, don't do that! It's bad for you! Sound words of advice, but really, who listens? Who cares? The desire to ignore what is deemed 'good' and pursue exactly what is 'bad' for us is one of the many, often times admirable qualities of the human spirit. It is odd and amusing, very interesting, all at the same time.What one resists persists, the saying goes. Is it not time then for a change of strategy by parents of the day?Age-old parental suppression of natural sexual appetite in the young, beyond very valid concerns of premature reproduction and STDs—the parental no-no impulse—is a glaring example of one of many old ways that simply cannot work in today's world of more...robust opinion, otherwise there would be no teenage pregnancies or worse.So what then is the way forward? The Cosmic Law of Balance.The author points out holes in faulty human diagnosis of its own sexual behaviour and makes suggestions that are bound to leave you either very upset or pleasantly confused.About the Author: SidL is a self-taught student-teacher of Universal Law, Natural Science and Natural Philosophy. SidL hopes to be a parent someday and often ponders what a new-and-workable-way of child raising should be like, especially where character building of the sexual sort is concerned. These thoughts are shared with you.