Based on the philosophical standpoint of sex crimes, it comes out as a surprise that the concern regarding sex crimes takes a high profile in the society, particularly in America’s public domain. Peoples’ viewpoints concerning sex crimes attract a lot of attention within series of social media platforms on the basis that the topic is highly appreciated and sells in the media platform (Holmes, Stephen, and Ronald 1). Ideally, embracing sex crimes is a culture that needs to be highly condemned in society on the basis that it promotes violence and leads to increased chances of deaths in the nation. A significant percentage of the human population is lost every year across the globe precisely through sex crimes related cases. However, it comes out quite categorically that in as much as the concept of sex crimes is perceived as an evil act in the society, institutions of higher learning and the media tend to appreciate its existence in the public domain. In this regard, people need to be made aware of the adverse effects that are brought by sex crimes.
It is also surprising that the offenders of sex crimes demystify a shocking revelation that they enjoy taking part in sexual activities through the most violent ways without seeking the attention of a partner. In this connection, such offenders unveil the fact they get a high sense of orgasm when they engage in an extremely violent sexual intercourse that results into the death of a partner (Holmes et al. 2). The fact that the topic regarding sex crimes fascinates people it is evident that most people want to explore issues regarding the reasons as to why some people would want to rape or have sex with an unwilling partner. As a result, sex crime is viewed as a new concern that the public needs to explore, and this forms the most idealistic platform upon which the media manages to register huge sales. Based on a religious perspective, any issue related to sex crime is a concern that should be highly discouraged and condemned in society.
Based on the information presented by Holmes et al. (6), the perception regarding sex crimes has changed amicably. In this connection, topics related to sex crimes should be highly encouraged to be used for study in institutions of higher learning. Discussing the philosophical standpoint about sex crimes does not promote the evil act of sex crime but establishes an affirmative foundation upon which the public is made aware of its existence in the society. In as much as some people view the attention awarded to issues related to sex crimes by the media in the nation as a technique that promotes the violent culture of sex crimes, it is imperative to note that the step taken by institutions of higher learning and the media in informing the public about sex crimes is a substantive approach. The most relevant platform of telling the most vulnerable victims about the danger of sex crimes, particularly young women, is the media and institutions of learning.
The culture that promotes the behavior of sex crimes in society is set by the environment in which the humanity is raised. In this regard, people tend to engage in sexual intercourse based on two primary reasons that encompass the right to enjoy pleasure and fan of having sexual intercourse and the responsibility to populate the human species (Holmes et al. 6). The sexual offenders in sex crimes related cases understand sex as pleasure, and they take the advantage by causing physical and mental damage to the victims just because they enjoy the fan that comes as a result of taking part in the illegal sex act. People who view sex as a responsibility directly engage in sex for procreation, and this outlines the distinction of legal and illegal sex acts. The legal and the social setting outline the perspective of sex crimes in different ways. In this connection, the social setting perceives sex crime as an act in which physical force and pressure are applied to have sex with the unwilling partner. On the other hand, the legal setting perceives the behaviour of a rapist as a criminal act, and the offenders need to face the full wrath of the law.
Fundamentally, the class has helped in reducing the embarrassment in discussing philias on the basis that the feeling of a strong sense of sexual attraction for anybody is universal and can happen to anybody at any time. It is normal for an individual to have a strong sense of sexual urge for anyone, and nobody should feel embarrassed when he/she is engaged in the discussion regarding the sexual intercourse (Holmes et al. 27). On the same note, the fact that a significant percentage of lives have been claimed through the dominance of sex crime cases in the society it is quite substantive to involve people in the talks regarding the perspective of phillias. Additionally, getting to understand the meaning and the reason for having sex is crucial since it enables an individual to understand the danger that is associated with having sex with an unwilling partner.
The moment a person feels a strong sense of sexual urge for a person who may not feel the same way there exist higher chances of a rape case being experienced. Hence, the discussion regarding the topic of sex crimes proves quite resourceful on the basis that it helps in stamping out the fear and the embarrassment that people do feel when the concept of sex is introduced in the discussion. In most cases, people tend to view the perspective of sex as something that is private, and that should not be discussed in public just because the images that come up in people mind when the topic is presented for discussion. However, the society needs to understand the fact that popularising the standpoint of sex and the reasoning behind having sex is quite significant in mitigating the risks that are encountered through involvement in sex crimes (Holmes et al. 24).
Based on the concept outlined by Holmes et al. (6), particularly with regards to the idea of sex crimes, it comes out quite categorically that the standpoint regarding the legality and the illegality of sexual intercourse proves quite resourceful for the learning process. In this connection, the new information learnt about the legal sex acts is based on the reason upon which an individual wishes to engage in sexual intercourse. For example, in most legal marriages and open relationships in which both willing partners enjoy sex is perceived to be legal. On the same note, the age of the partners forms an idealistic platform for judging the legality and the illegality of sex acts. If an individual engages in sexual activity with a minor, then the case is perceived to be a criminal act, and the offender needs to be executed accordingly.
The non-legal sex acts is understood in cases where a person engages in sexual intercourse with an unwilling partner without his/her informed consent. Besides, in most instances, non-legal sex acts are perceived to be violent and may happen even in legal marriages and relationships. The legal sex acts that become illegal involve rape cases that are experienced in legal marriages and open relationships (Holmes et al. 6). Statistically, it is typical for partners, particularly men, to engage their women in an extremely violent sexual intercourse in the event of any misunderstanding. Additionally, in most cases, illegal sex acts arises in situations in which individuals feel to own their partners and take advantage of the situation to engage them in forceful sex when they are not interested. As a result, the society needs to be informed about cases in which legal sex acts that can become illegal in a bid to contain risks associated with sex crimes.
In conclusion, understanding the perspective of sex and engaging in the sexual intercourse comes out as the most critical part of most peoples’ lives. The choice to have sex or not to have sex depends on the mindset of an individual and his/her perception regarding the philosophical standpoint of sexuality (Holmes, Stephen, and Ronald 27). However, it is quite imperative to consider the fact that a casual approach to handling the sense of sexual urge for someone can become illegal. Besides, sex crimes cases dominate the society just because people misunderstand the concern either as having sex for pleasure or procreation. Ultimately, the concept of sex needs to be highly encouraged and introduced in learning institutions and media platforms in a bid to inform the society about the danger they may encounter through taking part in violent sexual activities.
Holmes, Stephen T, and Ronald M. Holmes. Sex Crimes: Patterns and Behavior. Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2009. Print.