I think it’s kind of cute when Kids These Days compliment stuff by saying “this is so wholesome and pure” but I’ll never be 100% over the time when those words meant “obedient and sexually repressed.”
I’m sure it’s generational, dependent on whether you feel more pressure to be sexualized or desexualized, and generally a personal-milieu thing, so I don’t disapprove of it. And there’s a real sweetness to the idea that today’s up-and-coming kids value goodness and unironic niceness.
Personally, though, I kind of like the idea of being dirty and corrupt and wrong and okay with that.
Some people see “being gay is impure” and respond with “gay people can be as sweet and pure as anyone, please observe these pastel-tinted photos of gay couples snuggling among flowers,” and that’s a totally valid response.
But I’m kind of old-school rebellious deep down, and my response is more often tilted towards “hell yeah it’s nasty, and god it feels good.”