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Men Who Play with Dolls

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(No, I won’t post any of these revolting pictures. Here’s a nice bluebird instead. Is God’s stuff better than ours, or what?)

[Warning: the content of this post is, quite frankly, disgusting. I’m posting it because we need to know, as servants of the Lord, what we’re up against.]

There used to be a word–several words, in fact–for grown men who play with dolls. Now we have grown men who “have sex”–it isn’t really sex, unless our language is farther gone than I thought–with life-size plastic dolls and earn a bit of celebrity for it (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7962025/sex-dolls-better-than-real-women/).

The headline on The Sun (UK): “Men: Sex dolls are way better than real women.”

The dolls cost over 6,000 pounds each (that’s over $7,600 in American money): pubic hair is an extra charge.

Says one emotionally-stunted creep who has acquired several of these dolls, “They don’t care what I do to them.” He calls it “a lifestyle choice.”

When do we get one of these freaks sworn into Congress as a Democrat? When do Facebook and Twitter start banning any discouraging words about that “lifestyle”? When will the rest of us be required to “celebrate” it, or else be denounced as Haters?

Remember this simple rule of thumb: What would happen if everybody did it? If the answer is, “The human race would die out, of course,” you know you’re talking about the genuine article: satanically-inspired culture rot. True liberalism, the highway to extinction. Or, as Proverbs 8 puts it, “All them that hate me [the wisdom of God] love death.”


The New Improved Sex-Bot

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The old-fashioned way of learning how to love…

With some of these news stories, you don’t know whether to laugh maniacally or just sit down and cry.

A California company called RealDoll is about to release for sale a new, improved sex doll which “goes beyond the sexual” and “could teach us to be better humans,” blah-blah, says the company president ( http://www.vocativ.com/409728/can-sex-robots-teach-us-to-be-better-humans/ ). For $10,000, the basic no-frills model might “train people to be nicer to each other.”

Families used to do that. And churches. Even dogs and cats and hamsters used to do that.

The doll comes complete with a “love meter”–sorry, I didn’t ask, and neither should you–to measure to what extent the machine has fallen in love with you. For the most part, they say, “customers develop relationships with the doll.”

O Lord our God, remember that these things are done without our consent, against our will, and over our objections. Jesu defend us, amen.


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