QPoll: Will sexual freedom of 1970s return? by QNotes Staff on February 1, 2013 QPoll: Be Heardqnotes wants to know what you think! Have your say by voting in our QPoll below. Do you believe society will ever be able to again experience the same kind of sexual freedom that existed in the 1970s? - - - advertisement - - - What do you mean 'again'? We're already there! The sexual revolution was successful! Yes. Sexual freedom and liberty is an ongoing struggle, but we're getting there. No. The AIDS Crisis and anti-gay campaigns have dealt a blow to gay sexual freedom. No. And, we shouldn't. The 1970s was too decadent. I'm not sure/I don't know. View Results Loading ... Read more about the Feb. 1, 2013, Annual Sex Issue in this issue’s Editor’s Note… - - - advertisement - - - Related PostsShould marriage be our priority?QPoll: Do you think Charlotte Council has misplaced priorities?Pride Charlotte moves Uptown. What do you think?QPoll: Do you think national LGBT advocacy organizations understand southern life?‘Ex-gay’ op-ed trade? Help us decide.Would you be arrested for civil rights issues? - - - advertisement - - - Category: QPoll Post navigation Previous: Previous post: Mecklenburg health staffers target gay community for HIV outreachNext: Next post: Gay sex and crime, history and the future One Reply to “QPoll: Will sexual freedom of 1970s return?” Ernest Fleming February 6, 2013 at 9:31 pm Given that we (gays) are an open part of our communities-living and not hiding from the Law- being elected to Public Office and serving openly in the Military .Is wanton sex better? NOT TO ME! Comments are closed.