|I recently read some comments on how Maia Lee’s interview with The Electric New Paper was shameful. Ironically, the title of the report was “I almost died of SHAME”|
I think to be accurate, these people found her leaking details of her sexual life “shameful”, rather than the act itself. On one hand, I admit that leaking your private life out in the public isn’t something I agree on, on the other hand, it’s just SEX.
I think Singapore’s society have been far too repressed when it comes to the topic of sex. It’s unhealthy for people to be repressed about something so beautiful and natural to us. Even Christianity, a very uptight community doesn’t find sex offensive. In fact, recently a Dallas pastor challenged married hetrosexual couples to a 7 days sex challenge. There’s no shame in the act of sex.
I know what some of you might be thinking at this point, Maia Lee’s sex life. But that’s not really the topic I want to go into, because her sex life is not really for us to judge.
I wish that the government would do more sexual education in Singapore schools, to educate these young little rose buds about the birds and bees.