So I am currently writing a massive final paper defending Freudian Psychology (not an easy task, especially when you don’t buy most of it yourself.) but one of Freud’s major theory’s was that we are secretly bubbling cauldrons of sexual lust, and society’s morals demand we repress our sexual urges creating unconscious conflict between our sexual desires and moral duties which in terns creates anxiety. Now it seems that our society is becoming more and more open minded about sex and more willing to discuss it in public and this can either be a good or bad thing if you take a psychoanalytic approach. (Which I will do for shits and giggles) On the one hand us becoming more open about sex may decrease our anxiety because there is less unconscious moral conflict when it comes to fulfilling our sexual urges. On the other hand there may still be people who cling to the old values of society and the fact that sex is becoming a more open topic increases the intensity of the conflict to do their moral duties and creates more anxiety. This is all of course assuming you buy the fact we are actually bubbling cauldrons of sexual lust. This is something I can agree with Freud because on a personal level I think sex is something we all think about a lot, and I have noticed that the more open I am about sex the less anxiety I feel, and the more I am open about it with my current partner the better sex we have. So to answer my own question I don’t think our society is too open about sex, but isn’t open enough.