I’m guessing there are some here on FR, that would agree with Washington...
The feminist movement preaches the sex positive agenda. They are anti-absinence. Rather than instill self-worth in teenaged girls, they push for sexual “liberation”. Free love isn’t free.
Ending the moral judgements over all sexual pairings regardless of sex, age, relation, marital status, number, or species of partner(s) will not make the women any less “oppressed”.
Let’s really blow a feminist fuse and tell them the truth: You shouldn’t have premarital sex because God says so.
Boys are only looking for one thing in a girl....
Abstinence is ultimately up to the girl.
I guess I'm a troglodyte.
A major problem I had growing up was I was taught that we were equal so I tried for it and gave them the benefit to reject me if they were not interested. I also took what some would offer figuring they knew what they were doing. That was not right.
Bottom line, better if everyone is chaste.
Too bad feminists didn’t figure this out much earlier, rather than becoming sex-obsessed themselves.
Most men are of better character than our media culture gives them credit for, and of at least as good character as women.
Dareen Washington’s analogy of a lollipop shows very poor judgement. He needs to do a little critique of his methods.
From what I have read in the press and other forums
ANGRY FEMINISTs say: ‘Off Our Backs!’
So why don’t they start with teaching women (and men)
to get off their backs?
They will have the FREE UNIVERSAL birth control they are always lobbying for ! AND they will have free AIDs prevention too. AND a host of other problems would also
be diminished to nearly zero.
Leads me to question; why do feminists and pop culture keep pushing unmarried people into sex ???
Is the lollipop in question a Tootsie Roll Pop? Because if so, there’s a powerful argument to be made that the previous sucker simply assisted the subsequent sucker in getting that much closer to the chewy center.
Sorry, although I sympathize with the message, I cannot abide clumsy metaphors. I could teach abstinence far more effectively, simply by dragging my two squalling, snot-crusted spawn to the talk. Also by flashing my pregnancy-induced varicose veins.