If anything, the harrowing ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ reaffirms the gospel’s teachings about sexuality and the dignity of the human person.
Pornography doesn’t go far enough to promote genuine love, which we can see primarily in three areas: conjugal love, relationships, and privacy.
Like the sexual revolution as a whole, the feminist preoccupation with women’s private parts has not freed women from objectification, it has furthered it.
By either denying their form or self-objectification, feminists are preoccupied with their bodies. They, not men, have failed to stop defining women by sexuality.
Kendall Jenner showing off her breasts isn’t shocking. It doesn’t offer anything of value. It is empty, as gratuitous as a nipple shot in a B movie.
From mushroom farmers to famous celebrities, BuzzFeed has no problem finding hot men for clicks. Why doesn’t the major media site find women hot, too?
No decent person thinks Trump’s decade-old comments are laudable or dignified. But neither is his opponent’s political platform.
It’s cute because we imagine this kiddie cos play is merely a surface representation of adult sexual attraction, and that the kids are innocent to what lies beneath painted nails and peep-toe shoes.
If you choose to subjugate yourself, are you still an equal? If you choose to be consumed, can you escape objectification? Belle Knox’s saga continues.