Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)I’m always amazed that nowadays people freely talk about sex, bodily functions, gender uncertainties, in fact anything that was strictly taboo when I was young, is openly discussed in all the media now, we are even encouraged to talk about these subjects, it’s considered healthy to do so, whether that’s a good thing or not only time will tell, but as we all know this has been tried out before in civilisations since civilisation began, and funny enough the “anything goes” approach never lasted long, Sodom and Gomorrah didn’t work out did it? , seems we never learn from the past attempts to create a perfect society, no such thing in my opinion.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)When young I may not have liked it but had enough respect for the adults in my life to stop asking certain questions when I was told "We will tell you when you are older and will understand better". We took that to mean it must be a bit scary..and many times they were right in their decisions as were most sensible parents at that time..and although our puzzlement meant a lot of hilarious and laughable wrong conlusions mulled over by us kids we did not feel we had been deprived of knowledge. Anyway we never really believed babies were found under a gooseberry bush did we..and gone are the days of wondering what was under Mums huge smock as crop tops and the naked truth is now there for all to see.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)When the brother and me were kids our Mother used to have two of her married sisters in the house nearly everyday, they lived close by.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)I have always loved those types of songs Jem.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)I enjoyed that video, thanks Solo.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)Like many back in the days of movies I always enjoyed reading the glossy American Film magazines which gave you the 'lowdown' on the stars.