Secularists: clueless on how to solve the porn problem

By: Jonathan Harris

In a recent New York Times article entitled, “What Teenagers are Learning from Online Porn,” readers are taken through a sea of debauchery in which the sexual problems resulting from online pornography’s effects on teenagers are lamented. Reading the article will prove to be both a waste of time and a potential exercise in mind corruption. The important thing to know stems from analyzing this paragraph:
for around two hours each week, for five weeks, the students — sophomores, juniors and seniors — take part in Porn Literacy, which aims to make them savvier, more critical consumers of porn by examining how gender, sexuality, aggression, consent, race, queer sex, relationships and body images are portrayed (or, in the case of consent, not portrayed) in porn.
That’s right, in order to fight the harmful effects of pornography, one high school has decided to pilot a porn literacy class. The specific details of this course frankly are not even worth mentioning (hint- role-playing is involved). Why is this important for you to know? Simply for this reason- secularists are utterly and completely inept and incapable of solving the problems they themselves have created. No one in their right mind would ever think it to be a profitable endeavor to help alcoholics to be better consumers of alcohol by role-playing drinking scenarios, yet here we are. It is against the religion of secularism to suppress perverted sexual impulses, so instead the goal becomes to channel these impulses in supposedly less harmful ways. It will never work. Repenting and forsaking sexual sin is the only road toward decreasing sexual abuse. Not only is God’s way better, it is not so utterly stupid and self-defeating.

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