Jul 15, 2007

Sexual Freedom, from a Unusual Perspective

John C. Wright is arguing about sex--and what magnificent truths he uses to whiplash the error of sexual freedom. See his most recent post, Arguements in favor of cheap women and Sex, Lies, and Shooting at the Cat, that discusses
Men who cannot keep their trousers up and women who cannot keep their skirts down.
Also don't miss the earlier post, Witnesses for the Defense, that begins with the statement
Back when I was a fun-loving, God-hating atheist, logic forced me to the conclusion that the passions of man, including sexual passions, were destructive of happiness and life unless conformed into the boundaries of reality.
and ends with reminders from historical religions and ethical systems on the great evils caused by sex unbound from marriage.

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