Skip to comments.The White House and Sexualityism
Posted on 07/16/2012 3:41:20 PM PDT by rhema
Against what social science tells us about human happiness, the government is promoting sexualityisma commitment to uncommitted, unencumbered, inconsequential sexas the answer. Professor Gerry Bradley made a spot-on observation here at Public Discourse that one of the underlying forces driving the HHS abortion, contraception, and sterilization mandate is the current federal ideology of equal sexual liberty, embracing the notion that women will and should have lots more sexual intercourse than they have interest in conceiving children. [that] sexual license should never impede a womans lifestyle, at least no more than it does a mans. Elsewhere, I have identified such a position as sexual expressionism or sexualityism and have defined it to include also the suggestion that sex should not only be free of the slightest reflection on its link with procreation, but also free of commitment, or even the real possibility of a relationship between the man and the woman involved.
In this essay, I propose to examine this ideology, not only from a womans perspective, but also from the best scientific evidence we can currently lay our hands on. I will suggest that the insidious twofer the White House is currently proposingtrampling religious freedom in order to promote sexualityismis even worse than doing the latter alone.
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So, in other words, be like Obama’s mama.
This is a brilliant article; another slant on Ann Coulter’s having identified single parenting and boys without fathers as the greatest contemporary challenge to our system.
The egalitarianization of sex: making it the lowest common denominator.
Free sex, free dope, free music: The slogan of the Feckless Party for over 50 years.
Don't let me forget, free money, too. Ours.
Could we expect anything else from the first illegitimate President?