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5 thoughts on “3 Secrets to Raising Porn-Proof Kids

  1. Super article. You quote a stat around Christians and pornography use in your first sentence. You don’t cite a source. Can I ask where you got that information from?

  2. Accountability? Let’s start with women. Women are simply not held accountable for everything. Okay Luke. I challenge you on this. Go count all the pictures of nude women, go to strip joints, cam shows, personal porn, etc. You are talking about hundreds of millions of women if not billions. None of those women are imaginary. They are pushing sex. Women do it from birth almost. They use sex to get what the want. Then when they can no longer do that, they complain about women who still can. Want to start with accountability? Start with women. Then start with the churches. I hate to tell you but the church is the source of all this deviance. If the church actually made sex less taboo, I promise you things would get better. This epidemic is in America. Puritan America. Everything from promise rings to planned purity is freaking nonsense. It takes out the reality of the human condition. If you stop telling people sex is so evil, then they have better attitudes towards it. They don’t sneak around. They open up about it. They find people they are sexually compatible with. We live in some delusion that sex is not a huge part of a relationship. That somehow life is about doing nothing but going to church, going to work, and then dying. It is such BS. Everything we do is geared towards finding a mate and having sex. There are some people in churches who even deny sex was the way they got here on this planet. Hate to tell people. If you have a prude of a wife who does not like sex. It is a miserable existence. Not having a good sex life is a miserable existence. The bible is male centric. So of course, it is the men who are the problems. But I assure you this, women are equally the problem and if not more so. The evidence is all around you —- from 50 million abortions to the hundreds of millions of them using sex. Until you deal with this. Nothing will get better. Nothing.

    • Let me see if I can reply to your thoughts one by one.

      1. Should women be held accountable for not seducing others? Yes. No disagreement there. I would say everyone should be (and will be) held accountable for how they live their lives.

      2. I agree that the church should not make sex taboo. We should not make it sound as if sex is evil. No disagreement there. In fact, this is one of the reasons why our business exists: we work with hundreds of churches all over the world who are speaking in honest, refreshing ways about sexuality and why pornography is a cheapened form of it.

      3. I assume by “Puritan” America you’re talking about the America being “puritanical,” not that the Puritan movement of the 16th and 17th centuries was somehow the source of the problem. If that’s what you’re saying, I agree with you.

      4. I agree that if you get married to a prudish, sex-hating person it can make your life miserable. Such people should really think about the unnatural position they hold (and the unnatural position they place their spouse into). No disagreement there.

      5. I’m not sure what you mean about the Bible being “male-centric.” That can mean a lot of things, so I would need some clarity there.

      6. Yes, men and women are both the source of the problem of porn. No disagreement there, either.

      I’m not sure exactly what all of this has to do with the article, but it sounds like you’re saying that before we hold our kids accountable we should hold ourselves accountable—men and women who are contributing to the sexual dysfunction of our nation. I would say that I agree with you, as long as we also hold our kids accountable in the process.

    • I have found that male sexually is a blessing and has many times felt like a curse. There were many years that I was so frustrated with women and how I was not able to get close to them, not able to figure them out, not able to feel that our roles were equal. I used porn to get “even”. Then, things only got worse. Maybe women have an “instinct” or whatever. But any attempts to really get close to a woman never really worked out. Eventually, I met a woman I could trust. I gave up porn, with God’s help. The process has been a very good thing for my life,
      and I am now more free than when I had the porn problem. It took a long time and a lot of effort. But it is well worth it.

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