Today it’s enshrined as a constitutional right and the hallmark of a new “protected class.” Government schools nationwide teach children as young as five that homosexuality is normal – and that disagreeing with this viewpoint brands you as an intolerant “hater.” The popular culture always portrays homosexuals sympathetically, and often as heroes.
One by one, the time-honored sexual taboos of Western Civilization are crashing down with dizzying speed.
When the Supreme Court in its controversial 2003 Lawrence v.
They’ve become part of today’s “mainstream” cultural landscape, along with Cosmopolitan and clones with their “Hot Sex Tips!
” and in-your-face cleavage screaming from every grocery checkout in the country, not to mention ever-more-explicit TV and movie fare, ubiquitous spam e-mail messages hawking supplements to enlarge one’s private parts, salacious condom demonstrations in public school classrooms, Howard Stern, MTV, swimsuits, the fashion industry, cars, children’s toys – you name it, and it’s been sexualized.
Turbo-charged by President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky’s high-profile example – “if it’s OK for the president, it must be OK for me” – middle and high school children are experimenting with sex in the bathroom stalls at school, behind the gym, and in the back of the school bus.
More children, at earlier ages, are engaging in sexual acts than ever before.
Texas decision struck down that state’s anti-sodomy statute, the court opened the legal floodgates not only to homosexual marriage, but to the total legitimization of all “consensual” sex acts, including bestiality, polygamy and adult incest.
Indeed, polygamists have jumped onto the “Lawrence” bandwagon and are pushing to have marriage with multiple partners legalized in the U. After all, they argue, their relationships are consensual and they are adults – so what’s the problem?
The Marriott, Westin and Hilton hotel chains, for instance, have enjoyed a nice income stream from making X-rated fare available in their hotel rooms.
Many other mega-corporations including AT&T, News Corporation and Yahoo!
Online porn is immediately accessible, almost totally anonymous, inexpensive (or free), and highly addictive.