Brent Bozell

The school's crime was its failure to advance the righteousness of the Almighty Condom, which the "Boston Legal" lawyer ridiculously claimed was "arguably, the single most important invention of the past 2,000 years." Resistance to pop culture and peer pressure is futile, he argued. "They're simply going to do it! We all do it. Birds do it, bees do it, educated fleas do it. Onetime unprotected sex can kill you. A condom can save you." With a flourish, the lawyer concluded his sermon, "We should be in criminal court this very moment trying this obscenely duplicitous school for conspiracy to commit murder."

ABC only suggested murder as a rhetorical device. CBS took it to the next level. On its drama "Cold Case," abstinence advocates are presented as killers. In the Sept. 30 episode, detectives were investigating a 1998 murder, only to discover the devoutly Christian teens in the "Hearts Wait" abstinence club turned out to be sexually active hypocrites who murdered one of their own members to keep their sins secret.

When the victim tried to convince her club-mates that their teenage lust was understandable, they responded by denouncing her as "dirty," a "whore," a "slut," and the B-word, before stoning her to death, while citing the Old Testament. Their leader, a youth minister, had one student confess her teenage lust for him with her back turned, so he could pleasure himself as she spoke.

The idea that Christian teenagers stone people to death could only come from a fevered brain in Tinseltown. In terms of cultural politics, this is simply mudslinging -- a vile smear that requires no troublesome facts as it points an accusatory finger.

The get-it-on gurus who push "protection" are really encouraging sex between children. Like Hollywood, "sexologists" such as Levkoff see themselves waging war "on a culture that condemns all things sexual." But they're really waging a war on anyone who suggests a limitation, anyone who wants to draw a line.

Anyone who wants a child to wait, to grow and mature before leaping into bed or a back seat, is evil, deeply sick and even capable of murder.

Meanwhile, the King School in Portland voted yes to secret contraceptives for 11-year-olds.

Brent Bozell

Founder and President of the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
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