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Fighting the Campus Porno Culture

Wolfgang6 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 11:44 AM
Realistically, what "alternative" does the Anscombe Society offer? A return to the 1950's when sex was a taboo subject and everyhing had to be done with the lights off? Thanks, but I'll take the current hedonism over the desire to return to puritanism. College is supposed to be a learning experience - and not just for pure academics. You are exposed to different life styles, different ways of thought, different cultures - you are given the opportunity to mold and flesh out your own persona. Articles like this - and the viewpoint presented - are nothing more than a combination of envy that others are having more fun (an unfortunately too-obvious condition inherent to the morals police) and the typical "Christian" desire to impose their
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 11:46 AM
idea of morality and rectitude upon everyone else. I suggest Ms. Herzog visit a nude beach next summer and partake - she might lose her personal hangups and become a more interesting person.

Last week, when I wrote about the pornification of American college campuses, many readers expressed their loss of hope in the current generation of students, as well as the administrators who encourage such a debased culture.

If my column made you weep for the future, you’ll probably be even more disheartened by the book I referenced last week, “Sex and God at Yale: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad” by Nathan Harden. The book is an expose of how, in the words of Vanderbilt professor Carol Swain, “some of our nation’s finest universities have allowed themselves...