So when did licentiousness become an inalienable right?

February 15, 2012

Here Lisa Fabrizio, in my view, accurately assess the current sexual culture of our nation.

Since the so-called sexual revolution, the exaltation of sex has corrupted much of what this country used to hold dear, especially motherhood. Prior to the 1960s, no one — except maybe adolescent boys — really associated pregnancy with what moderns call “sex.” Babies were brought forth as the natural extension of love between man and wife; the two becoming one flesh; the product of lawful marriage, which has always been the pillar of any civilized — or even uncivilized — culture.

Pregnancy was celebrated as the coming of a “blessed event” or a “bundle of joy” and mothers were revered as symbolic of America herself, along with baseball and apple pie. Today, pregnancy has been described as a “punishment” by our president, while full-time mothers are regarded as anachronistic failures by all but the most twisted of religious fanatics. So the inclusion of abortion and contraception into the area of healthcare is just the next step in the logical progression of the dismantling of marriage and motherhood. (Italics mine)


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