They Sexually Assaulted Each Other… Simultaneously?

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Cultural liberalism can get really complicated.

In a column in The Atlantic, Caitlin Flanagan complains, “The current state of policing sex on campus is repressive” ( Let that sink in for a minute: “policing sex on campus.”

According to policies currently in vogue at assorted looniversities, Flanagan says, it’s possible for two parties to sexually assault each other at the same time; and the winner is the one who gets to the Title IX complaint office first. Like, whichever party wakes up first after a “drunken hookup,” and pre-empts the other party’s complaint by making his or hers first.

I’ll tell you what’s blinkin’ simultaneous: liberalism’s weird mix of sexual revolution, sexual anarchy, and a crazy pseudo-puritanism that looks to some higher legal authority to referee sexual encounters. It’s so weird, I really don’t know if I’m explaining it right. “Do it” every chance you get, but be prepared, at any time, to be accused of some kind of sexual assault, intended or not. In this it resembles Russian roulette.

Higher education. Hot dog.

Our benighted popular culture touts all sex, all the time, but also wants to be the Spanish Inquisition. I don’t blame anybody for not understanding it. I’m sure I don’t understand it.

If anybody comes out of college sane anymore, it’s probably by accident.

8 comments on “They Sexually Assaulted Each Other… Simultaneously?

  1. Sexual immorality has its own natural consequences. We’ve had roughly 50 years of “sexual freedom” and now it’s come to this state of affairs.

  2. All these ideologies have built in self-destruct mechanisms. They are unsustainable, and will come to and end one way or another. And after much destruction has been wrought.

    1. Exactly. I remember the scripture where God told Abraham that the iniquity of the Hittites was not yet complete. There were consequences to their actions, but they hadn’t fully developed while Abraham was alive. Soon, people will be persecuted for not being immoral.

  3. Studies I have seen are showing a decline in sexual promiscuity among the generation following the Millennials. One reason given was so much pornography is available on the Internet that many feel they could never perform adequately so don’t try. Reminds me of a pop song by Huey Lewis and the News “It’s Hip to be Square.” I like to think it’s hip to be on the straight and narrow.

    1. That’s a very valid point, Many youth are finding that constant porn use has made it impossible to function normally. Many need porn to be aroused and there are self-help groups for people addicted to porn.

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