More truthful sex talk ahead. Today I am speaking specifically to those who style themselves as socially conservative or traditional Christians. As always, I write this as someone who has thought about, been subjected to, participated in, and subjected others to these evil acts, and worse. I’m telling you that you can leave that old pagan self behind, as I did, if you will accept the power of the Truth; which is Christ. If you do, you will find there is good food everywhere. It’s God’s world; world without end.
The socially conservative position on the words (re: “women like dick”) that I have written in my last two posts is not just indicative of the problem of the lack of manliness, but in many ways it is a source. GKChesterton’s comment on “A Refresher on the Basics: There is no Ugly Truth” is a fitting example of a man caught between two worlds.
While I agree with the theme this curmudgeon isn’t happy about the style. It limits who I can point here.
I put him (and many others) between two worlds, and I used signs of the Truth to do it. That’s what the Truth does. It’s a two-edged sword that cleaves spirit and divides flesh. Rather: the light of truth divides the curtain of darkness over the fact that many Christians are living between two worlds. I know, because I came from out between those worlds. In a time of gross prosperity and medical wonder: I have merely four children, when I ought to be trading secrets with the Duggars.
God made sex and dicks and pussies. If my heart is True, then I can no more desecrate those things with my words any more than I can sanctify them by using technical jargon like coitus, penis, and vagina. God has already made them holy! If you find Christian agreement with the theme, then let the be your guide as to the content of my heart. If my heart is good, then I have to ask: What is your problem?
You. You’re the problem.
“To some of you: some of the terms in this post will be as food that has been sacrificed to idols. Consider yourself warned, and partake according to the strength of your faith.”
I meant what I said there, but it was a bit of a test. The Scripture I’m referencing there is where St. Paul instructs the church on Corinth on how to handle each other concerning inexpensive food that was the by-product of sacrifices at various temples in Corinth.
Here’s a summary: There is only one God, and God made everything, and everything God made is good. Whatever food we find is therefore good food from God. You may eat it in a clean conscience, and remain clean. However; some weak Christians who lack faith and knowledge will not be able to fully let go of their pagan past, and so for their sakes, whenever they are around, it would be better not to eat at all, than to lead them back towards their pagan past by accidentally invoking pagan wants in them.
As with all Scripture: I cannot but agree. Christians, though, in their weakness of faith and sheer stupidity, have taken this so far that St. Paul could not have written those words today. It is anathema to such “Christians” to even speak of sex except as food sacrificed to idols. This creates a real conundrum: This level of “sensitivity” that forbids us from talking clearly and in plain language about sex leads inexorably to the conclusion that St. Paul should not have written the very Scripture that we base our “sensitive” posture upon! The belief in Christ that should bear good fruit then gets perverted, and it’s growth aborted in fear of bad fruit; so that no fruit is allowed, ever. We don’t want marriage. We don’t want children.
We don’t want sex.
Spit-up is not nice. Crapped diapers are not nice. Colicky babies driving you to thoughts of infanticide are not nice. Premature babies infested with tubes and monitoring wires are not nice. Deformed babies are not nice. In a best-case scenario: Draining your time, energy, and bank account for the no-good, self-centered, unproductive, bad-mannered, lay-about assholes that children are…is not nice.
They are wonderfully good, and beautiful, and beautifying, though.
Fornication and adultery and divorce are not the result of the birth control, or abortion. They are the logical results of Christians–Christ’s temple(s), the Church–abandoning sex and love and children in favor of niceness and convenience. Those Christian sisters of Catholicism and Protestantism have found what they sought, and having laid down with modernism,”science”, and all manner of Babylonian fineness and strength, now find it despicable in their sight.
Abortion is nice. Yes, it looks pretty gruesome seeing all those baby body parts sliced up and sucked out, but how bad is that compared to a lifetime of caring for a downs syndrome child until you die? Those parents may never get a vacation! It is much nicer to get an abortion and go to Tahiti. There we can get misty at a horizon, and then puke up: “Look at that sunset! Isn’t God good?”
Birth control is convenient. How else shall we finish college? We all accept that a good percentage of Protestants are on the fast-track to Hell; especially as regards sex. Catholics will sniff their noses at their Prole-estant brothers, and say, “We’ve always said artificial birth control is bad.”
Catholics not only partake of the convenience of birth control: They brought that filth in-house, and re-branded it. You just can’t stop a Christian committed to niceness! Forbid the pill, and they’ll invent Natural Family Planning. They turn themselves into the husbands of white-washed and barren tombs as surely as their pill-popping Protestant sisters. They’ll tell you with eunuch-like solemnity that NFP is about counting the cost before building the tower, as Scripture requires. That is a wicked logic. Marriage was the commitment. Sex is the foundational act. If you are married: Keep mixing that mortar as much as you can! It is ours to merely receive the bricks with which God blesses us, and build up His house. In my opinion, NFP is the most truly infernal of the birth controls. It is the “serial monogamy” of marital sex lives.
Vasectomies are convenient, and nice. It’s monstrously grotesque to me that I have to explain to anyone what the hell is wrong with idea of conveniently cutting off your balls. So, for now I won’t, but consider this: THE SELLING POINT OF VASECTOMIES IS THAT YOU DON’T NEED YOUR BALLS ANYMORE, AND THIS WAY YOU’LL BARELY NOTICE THEY ARE GONE! Also: women want dicks; particularly because they are linked to balls.
Divorce…well, their are plenty of testimonies to go around about how nice divorce is. You don’t need me to tell you. Chances are: you can just call your mom, or sister.
It was Christendom that screwed sex up so badly that there may not be a Christendom in the future. Yes, pagans practice birth control, and abortion, and castration, but it took Christians Hell-bent on niceness and convenience to anesthetize everyone to the sexual and societal pains that would have led others to Christ, instead of away from Him.
It is Christians sacrificing sex and marriage to the idols of niceness, convenience, and education, and then forbid it to others on the basis of the fact it was sacrificed! We sell pleasures in our houses of faith, and then decry speech that might, maybe, smack of whoring.
Sex is not the end-all-be-all. Sex is a sign towards the way of Christ. The point of the sign of sex is to get on Christ’s path; to follow him. It’s not about screwing your way to Heaven. Collecting sexual experiences for sex’s sake no more makes you Christ-like (or pagan god-like) than collecting travel brochures will wing you to Tahiti. Like all signs, we want to follow them, and then pass them in pursuit of that thing in which the signs point. There are a lot of signs, and I will talk more about them in other posts.
It’s also what we asked for when we decided that we wanted to know right and wrong for ourselves. The Fall can be summed up as: “You want to see what’s not good with yourself and the world? There you go: Get out, and go nuts. Let me know how it goes.”
 Not all Catholics (just like not all Protestants are going to Hell), but the vast host of them and their leadership. Catholics spend way more time yapping about chemical birth control and abortion–while selling NFP as a gospel–than they do actually raising children. Talk about your post-modern solutions for post-modern problems.