Sex At Dawn is a book that has been written by William Masters and Virginia Johnson. William and Virginia Masters have been dealing with the subject of sex for years and has authored several books on the topic. As soon as they were able to put all their opinions together into one book, they were then given the opportunity to write the most important work on the subject. This book presents the exact opposite of what their previous works had offered.
In a nutshell, the book is an attempt to prove that pre-marital sex and pre-marital pregnancy do not make you better or worse than the average person. In other words, if you are not sexually active, you are not necessarily morally deficient. In fact, you may even be morally superior to some of your friends who are having pre-marital sex.
Sexual relations are never good or bad. It’s just the way that God made us. You are made in God’s image, and you can only choose to look at the good or the bad from a moral perspective.
In the first chapter of Sex At Dawn, Virginia Johnson claims that the law should allow people to get married before they become sexually active. The problem is that you are too young to legally get married, so the right to get married is overruled by societal pressures. The author of the book then suggests that instead of making us wait until we are sexually active to get married, we should get ourselves an attorney and break the law, because the government doesn’t care about us.
In the second chapter, Johnson and Masters present a very unfortunate scenario where teenagers get themselves pregnant after having sex with each other. The discussion turns on whether the teenager should be punished for being so responsible for the act and thus forced to marry a stranger instead of getting help.
At this point, you have a problem with what the book is telling you. After all, it is not clear that the woman who got pregnant was somehow responsible for the event.
In order to clear the air, the author of Sex At Dawn apologizes for the apology, but goes on to advocate for parental involvement. There is also a very interesting passage, where she suggests that instead of punishing teenage sex, we should teach them the proper use of condoms. There are lots of differences between what the book actually said and what the author believes she wrote.
What happens in Chapter Four of Sex At Dawn is still confusing. What the author says that the law shouldn’t permit us to get married, is what the American Family Association, a group which is against gay marriage, claims.
In chapter five, the author of Sex At Dawn finds fault with abstinence, but still allows that the way to stop something, if you have no idea what you are doing, is by using condoms. So, the author of Sex At Dawn is telling you that sex doesn’t really kill AIDS. What she is really saying is that abstinence is a false method of stopping HIV and therefore it is not a good way to keep an unwanted STD.
In Chapter Seven, the author of Sex At Dawn claims that homosexuality is a moral issue. She claims that anyone who is homosexual should be punished, and one of her examples is when someone commits adultery, which makes him morally inferior.
Thus, there are questions about the author of Sex At Dawn and the chapters she is giving out. In addition, there are questions about the relationship between our moral values and our sexuality, especially when it comes to pregnancy.