Sunday, January 15, 2012


The issue isn’t gay marriage (SSM), nor has it ever been. There is nothing to prevent two same-sex people from finding their own pastor to marry them. Instead, the goals are much greater – the complete sexualization of society, where there will no longer remain any stigmatization or even criticism for any form of consensual sexual behavior.

According to the sexualists, this goal must also be accomplished among the most impressionable – the toddlers. Here’s one tactic:

• Kindergarten children in Basel, Switzerland have a new set of toys to play with this year: a “sex box” full of fabric models of human genitalia. The idea is for teachers to use the kit during sex-education classes which are intended to encourage children “to develop and experience their sexuality in a pleasurable way…children message each other or rub themselves with warm sand bags, accompanied by soft music.” (Salvo, Winter 2011, 31)

This sexual agenda has become so militant that “requests by parents to exempt their children have been denied.”

The sexualists have no limits. Considerations of decency play no role. Judith Resiman of Liberty University reported on a conference, “Pedophilia, Minor-Attracted Persons, and the DSM,” trying to normalize and de-criminalize pedophilia:

• Kinsey [their patron saint] also said that children are sexual from birth and so deserve to have sex – with adults or youth. The APA’s [American Psychological Association. This is the group that has set the standard for what is normal and what is pathological.] path to normalizing pedophilia [now called “minor-attraction”] follows the trajectory of the earlier campaign to normalize homosexuality. If it is normal for very young children to have sex, then the only question that remains is with whom. And if there are people who want to have sex with children for whom having sex is “normal,” then isn’t that natural? (Salvo, 41)

If pedophilia is natural and desirable, who can argue against it, apart from the “puritanical?” Resiman summarizes the stance of the conference:

• Americans’ fear for child safety is due to a puritanical “sex panic.”

According to the sexualists, no form of sexuality is off-limits; none exceeds moral bounds. Guilt should not be attached to any consensual intercourse. Why such an extreme position? To address extreme feelings of guilt and shame! Whenever I would do something about which I’d feel shame, I’d also feel intensified shame around others. It felt as if they were condemning me. I therefore resented them and felt that it was their narrow opinions that were condemning me. If I could silence them, then I could silence the shame that I was experiencing. Therefore, my problem wasn’t my sinful behavior; it was society’s censure.

This is denial and self-deception – something we don’t want to face. It is far easier to blame someone else for our sense of guilt and shame. However, this doesn’t mean that there is nothing that can be done about the sexualization of our schools:

• A New Jersey school district included on its required summer reading list two books that contain graphic descriptions of gay sex. Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines describes a homosexual orgy, and Norwegian Wood contains a story of lesbian sex between a 13-year-old girl and a 31-year-old woman. (Salvo, 31)

However, the parents complained, and the books were removed. We must not forget our responsibility to be the light and to expose evil:

• Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. (Ephes. 5:11)

If anything falls into the category of “the fruitless deeds of darkness,” it is the militant sexualization of our children – not only our own but of all children!

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