This whole life experience is sex.
Being created here can never be seperated from the sexual experience. From the moment these bodies are born to the moment they die THIS is a sexual experience.
These bodies are created out of sex and they vibrate with never-ending sensuality which includes sexual vibration. Sensuality feeds the body's needs for food and procreation. Out of that experience, unique to each bodily experience, arises self-expression.
Then, for humans the next layer of experience is self-consciousness. That's where the biblical account of the eating of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of right and wrong comes to play in the human experience.
Other animals don't eat from that tree which sprouts from the human mind of concepts of right and wrong which is layered on top of the desires of a conceptual "I". That "I" concept is ultimately rooted in the needs for food and procreation. Animals don't have the concept of right and wrong. The survival and extension of bodily experience becomes a concept in the human mind called self-consciousness. Animals eat and procreate. Humans do too, but also entertain concepts of those acts as related to a conceptual self.
So really, like the animals, all of life experience includes sexuality, along with the need to consume food. Even if we try to shut it out the sexual urge is never missing from the human experience. In a sense, everyone we come into contact with is involved with us in a sexual experience. It cannot be denied or escaped because it is intimately wrapped in the body's life experience.
How's this for a thought?:
Because these bodies are wired as a never-ending sensual experience to nourish and replicate themselves, then on an underlying level we are "consuming" and "making love" with everyone and everything we meet. Our bodies are ever seeking nourishment and reproduction.It is just the process that comes natural to being a human animal.