Sex, porn online is not necessarily wrong, but the stigma of society remains

Sex, porn online is not necessarily wrong, but the stigma of society remains

  • NY1 weatherman Erick Adame recently lost his job after his employer discovered his nudity.
  • Should someone be fired for consensual sex practices made public?
  • Expressing yourself sexually is healthy, experts say, but society isn’t always on board.

Erick Adame, a New York weatherman, recently lost his job after his employer discovered he appeared on an adult website. Although every circumstance is different, Adame’s situation raises an important question: Should someone be fired for consensual sex practices made public?

That depends on.

“It’s a healthy expression of sexuality,” says Courtney Watson, licensed marriage and family therapist. “And nobody should have to police that because other people don’t agree (with) the way their individual sexuality should be expressed. That’s nobody else’s business.”

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