I'm also in complete agreement. It sounds like you've taught your kids to see sex for what it is: a wonderful way for two people in love to express that feeling as nature intended. I also agree that Whitney seems obsessed - that she had to go off and search for her man in the woods, when he was off on a camping trip, just because she needed some (which is kind of how it seemed to me, she didn't really seem like she missed just hanging out with him) was kind of weird and somewhat pathetic.
I just wanted to contrast the expression of sexual feelings as something not to be ashamed of, with the way some segments of the population seem to think that sex is something dirty, shameful, and to be repressed at all costs.
I think we can all agree that the best message to send to our kids is to value the sexual act as something that is only to be shared with someone that they truly love, and when they are best mature and able to make that important decision. Whether you believe that this congress should be reserved for only those that are married is up to you to decide for yourself. There are valid arguments on both sides of the equation.