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Not a Dirty Word

Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:38 PM
If they can be "taken advantage of", how sweet are they? Men have dreams and hopes, too, and those are also "taken advantage of" by some women, who are FAR more likely to file for divorce.
dreadnaught/13 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 1:34 PM

Yes, Ken,

We tend to keep on blaming HIM; which is superficial. Consider pornography. Why does it sell, and where does it finally end? Our politicians could make it VERY unprofitable; just by passing a bill. Make it the ultimate cash cow; with exhorbitant TAXES.

Same with prohibiting all other outlets such as MTV, every outrage on the tube.

Ask yourselves; is there a woman in the center-page? Are beautiful girls innocent, who pose in the most filthy pics and movies? The man is almost an afterthought! A girl posing for porn ought to be punished severely; it's a form of prostitution. Make it illegal! Who says it can't be done? Take it to the Supremes; hash it out!

Thirty-something writer Kristin Walker has done a very brave thing (at least, in our culture): She has admitted she is abstaining from sex until she is married.  She's normal, she's in a relationship -- but she has simply decided to live in accordance with her morals.  And she makes extremely good points:

Don’t submit to what Chesterton called “the degrading slavery of being a child of [ones] age.” Make your own decisions. Don’t buy the giant lie that if you stop having sex your unmentionables are going to shrivel and drop off from disuse. And don’t believe them when...