Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Worship Of The Sacred Orgasm In Gospel Form
Did you know your 4th Grader is a "sexual being"?

I realize this is a bit of a long post, but in light that The Zero and his minions are desirous of "fundamentally changing America", I believe this is well worth the read. And anyone who doesn't believe that DingleBarry isn't saddled up with the Planned Parenthood Gestapo, well... they obviously simply refuse to recognize the obvious.

Hedonism - he⋅don⋅ism/hidnˌɪzəm/[heed-n-iz-uhm]
1. the doctrine that pleasure or happiness is the highest good.
2. devotion to pleasure as a way of life.
And I don't think it's by accident that 75% of American youth is ineligible to meet even the basic requirements to serve in the Armed Forces of our nation.

With that said, here's some of an interesting article from the Catholic News Agency; (Emphasis mine)

Planned Parenthood report criticizes Catholic Church for 'denying positive aspects of sex'
CNA STAFF, Feb 10, 2010 / 01:55 pm (CNA).- The International Planned Parenthood Federation recently issued a report that advocates sex education being given to children as young as ten years old and criticized the Catholic Church for denying the “pleasurable and positive aspects of sex.” The report has faced backlash from religious communities, including one critic who claimed that it supports “physical and emotional bondage.”

Planned Parenthood's “Stand and Deliver” report, published in Nov. of 2009, states that “Young people's sexuality is still contentious for many religious institutions.
Fundamentalist and other religious groups – the Catholic Church and madrasas (Islamic Schools) for example – have imposed tremendous barriers that prevent young people, particularly, from obtaining information and services related to sex and reproduction. Currently, many religious teachings deny the pleasurable and positive aspects of sex.”

The report states that children 10 and older should be regarded as “sexual beings” and given a “comprehensive sexuality education” by governments, aid organizations and the like. The report also asserts that sex education should reflect human sexuality as “a positive force for change and development, as a source of pleasure, an embodiment of human rights and an expression of self.”

Numerous critics have responded to the release of the report, including Teresa Tomeo, Catholic author and syndicated talk show host, who countered Planned Parenthood's claims in an email interview with CNA on Tuesday.

“Over and over again science and common sense affirm moral truths taught by Jesus and the Church especially in the areas of human sexuality,” Tomeo said in response to Planned Parenthood's attack on Catholic sexual values.

She backed up her argument for the truth of Church teachings, saying, “Studies from the Centers for Disease Control, the American Psychological Association and others show the damaging impact of pre-marital sex; STD's at epidemic proportions with one out of four sexually active teens contracting an STD by the time they graduate from high school; the objectification of girls and women leading to an increase in body image issues, eating disorders, depression and even increases in attempted suicide, not to mention of course the spiritual aspect that is ignored by the Planned Parenthoods of the world.”

“If their ideas are so grand then why is so much pain and misery attached to their idea of freedom,” she asked.

Tomeo charged that “What they are actually pushing is bondage both in the physical and emotional sense.”

“But there is also of a bigger agenda against family values,” Tomeo added. “Just look at what happened the last few weeks with the controversy over the Super Bowl ad featuring college football start Tim Tebow and his Mom. Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and NOW made such a huge fuss about an ad that promoted strong family commitment. It's all about their particular brand of group think or liberal extremism.”
And am I the only one who noticed that there was no differentiation between heterosexuality and homosexuality? It was simply "sex".

If you have the constitution to take it, check out this report from the Family Research Institute entitled Medical Consequences of What Homosexuals Do. I won't post much of the paper, but it does give the medical lowdown on the reality of homosexuality that isn't discussed in polite company, such as;
urine sex
fecal sex-eating
torture sex
public/orgy sex
sex with minors

Oh yeah... allow these deviants into the Armed Forces.


Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

If PP wants Manichaeism, they're looking at the wrong Church

4:24 PM  
Blogger JLS said...

Which armed forces would be a good fit for the deviants?

5:09 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

The Piece Corps?

5:52 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

And you wonder why radical Islamic groups oppose and hate the West, especially the Great Satan!

6:45 PM  
Blogger Al said...

It all depends on what your definition of positive aspects is. If you mean unlimited sex that guarentees you a 1 way ticket to hell, the PP is right. The Catholic Church denies that as a positive aspect. However, if you define positive aspects of sex as that gift from God that enables a couple who are married to completely give themselves to each other in the deepest possible expression of their mutual love as well as participating in the creative process by being open to the possibility of a new life coming into being, then PP is wrong as usual.

PS Being familiar with Teresa Tomeo, I know she was refering to sex between a married man & a woman as the only right way. But I suspect CNA intentionally left things vague.

5:57 AM  

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