Not everyone can make this connection in their minds. Nonetheless, we would not have Playboy magazine, or the entire pornography industry, if we did not first celebrate as a society having women on birth control.
Our culture thinks so little of its women and their God-given talent of caring for and raising future generations. Instead of honoring women, our society degrades them to sexual objects for the amusement of men.
The porn industry thrives off denigrating the dignity of women in relationship to men. In the porn industry, by and large, women exist to do literally anything to physically satisfy a man.
It makes no difference that each of those women has a mother, may be someone’s sister, and could be someone’s future wife. What matters instead is the size of her breasts, and her willingness to degrade herself for the pleasure of ogling men.
WAIT… SO, WHAT’S THE CONNECTION TO WOMEN ON BIRTH CONTROL?
What do women on birth control have anything to do with the sleaziness of the porn industry? Everything, you see.
Our society accepted the premise that people have a right to circumvent their human nature. Each person, in this corrupted mindset that swept over the Western world, is born with a ‘right’ to fornication with no consequences.
Sexual license became the Mecca of human civilization to which most everyone bowed down. Out went societal norms and God-honoring ways of doing things. In came a culture centered around indulging the sexual appetites.
How could culture-shapers move society to accept sexual license, abortion on demand, and the downfall of the family? They succeeded in getting women on birth control by convincing them it was for their own benefit.
The Culture of Death architects played up the inferiority complex. The radical Feminists pulled one over on women everywhere. They pointed out the difference between men and women in the degree to which they contribute to the gestation of babies. Then they turned around and convinced everyone this rendered women unequal to men.
Thus, by getting women on birth control, women would become equal to men in the sexual arena of life. No longer ‘burdened’ by the shackles of bearing children, women were free to engage in sexual exploits just like men.
BACK TO THE PORN INDUSTRY
Now that society has bought into the premise that sex and babies don’t go together, sex becomes a recreational activity. Hugh Hefner was one of the first to jump on the tidal wave of sexual license and perversion that has since flooded our culture.
Rather than view sexual activity as a means for procreation, both sexes view it as merely a means for sexual gratification. And what can be more gratifying than seeing hundreds of naked women with a simple magazine purchase, or just a click of a mouse?
The porn industry rides on the coat tails of the contraceptive industry. Doors that the crude, disgusting porn pushers could never venture into have been blasted wide open thanks to the contraception industry.
Pornographic images are commonplace in movies, HBO television shows, television commercials, and pop culture magazines. Having half-naked women on billboards all over major cities would have never been allowed a few decades ago.
But thanks to the deadening of the senses contraception has caused, pornography has been permitted to infiltrate nearly every corner of our culture.
With women on birth control, our society can cling to its fornication. And the porn industry gives the contraception industry a salute.
Do you see the connection? Do you see why it is hard to rid our society of the filth of pornography, when we take it for granted we should keep women on birth control?
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