The secular philosophy is geared toward the removal of the restrictions of religion and morality, to explain the human condition as essentially the same as any other animal species...just more physically 'evolved.' Sans the restrictions of space, I would tie same to the assault on religion beginning with the French Revolution, and the Enlightenment...but for a specific focus, consider the 'shock troops' boot camps of secularism, the college campuses. In many ways the colleges encourage the breakdown of traditional norms through unisex dorms, rooms, bathrooms, courses, and 'celebrations' of the hook-up lifestyle.... ...the pretense is that the impetus is "Sexual Health on College Campuses" (Sexual Health on College Campuses) ...there has emerged, a bit of push-back: 1."Sex Week on the Yale campus returns and will have competition this year 2. Sex Week has returned to the Yale campus. The week is billed as a way to promote sexual health though a series of events and workshops. 3. There will also be sessions about pornography. 4. This year, Sex Week has competition. 5. Students with Undergraduates for a Better Yale College have started True Love Week, where they will host educational seminars. 6. They say it will focus less on casual sex and more on relationships. "We came up with the idea this summer when we realized the sheer silence there was on campus from the general hook-up culture," Eduardo Andino said. 7. True Love Week kicks off on Sunday." Sex Week Sparks Debate | NBC Connecticut Happy Valentines Day to all.