All Sex, All The Time|
February 18, 2008
American culture is starting to resemble a teen-ager obsessed with bathroom jokes.
Only America's focus is riveted on sex. All sex, all the time. From Britney's panties,
to Anna Nicole's lovers, to transgender rights to forced acceptance of homosexuality.
If a story deals with sex, it sells.
The focus on sex, while prurient and titillating, has wider implications that have
been overlooked. They involve redefining the family and undermining marriage by de-mystifying sex, (under the guise of 'empowerment.') From advocating special rights for transgendered
under the banner of 'inclusiveness,' to same-sex marriage under the banner of 'discrimination,'
the left is making headway. Helped by America's appetite for sex and our famed tolerance,
the gradual acceptance of deviant behavior
as normal is becoming, well, normal.
Last week, Hillary took Obama to task for not being as enthusiastic about homosexuality
as she is. "I'm more pro-homosexual
she proudly claimed. All Democrat candidates are busy burnishing
their credentials by signing on to the radical gay agenda, which has extended way
beyond 'tolerance' to outright acceptance of anything
that falls in the
Take Yale University. This week is set aside for
Parents will have the satisfaction of seeing what their $45K
per year buys. First up is a trendy competition to win a porn-star look-alike contest.
Then students will proceed to the good stuff, like learning how to achieve a state
beyond bliss and the proper application of lubricants. This is called higher education.
Other sex news last week included the confessions of a
kinky college professor
who was almost strangled in an S&M session.
He's 'deeply ashamed' and 'finally through' with the double life he's led as a kid.
Expect him to become the left's new poster boy for courage.
Not all students are buying into this trend, but their voices are seldom heard. One small voice in the wilderness managed to have an excellent article published
in the Harvard Crimson, entitled
The Vagina Monologues: Where are the men I was promised?
describes one students' experience with the failed promises of feminists. It also
offers a horrific example of where the over-sexualization of our culture leads.
Government is in on the act also. Aiding and abetting
the left in their quest to remake society to their own specifications. A glaring example
is a recent state sponsored field trip
for sexual deviants. To a circus. Filled with children. Cameras caught the person
in charge snoozing. Meanwhile the deviants had the time and inclination to start
'expressing' themselves with nearby kiddies. Hey, perverts have rights.
America's obsession with sex is leading to all sorts of problems. Which, of course,
will require government solutions. Naturally, government will have to step behind our bedroom doors in order to 'fix' the host of legal issues arising from these
new sexual mores. Not the least being the new definition of 'family'. Then, throw into the pot
the moral dimensions involved when government starts forcing not only recognition,
but acceptance, of life styles many deem objectionable and, presto:
Can you spell quagmire? I know the left can. Can we really trust government
to set the rules?
Last week, a
woman in Germany
who became pregnant after an online sex-auction won a court
battle to force the Web site that hosted the auction to reveal the names of the
winners, so she can find out who the father of her child is. Do we really want to
Sure, sex sells. Sex is titillating. It has been for thousands of years.
It's natural and healthy. Or at least, it used to be. Now, gender is becoming optional.
A second grader
in Colorado decided he wanted to be a girl. School officials started scrambling
to accommodate him. In California, the words mom and dad are deemed 'hurtful.' In
Britain, the government is actually paying surrogate mothers to have children for
gays. Scientists have recently developed a fetus with three parents. Drip, drip, drip.
The implications are ominous. The ball has started rolling. Is this trend a Brave
New World? Or is it a modern day Pandora's Box?