Brown: May Hugh Hefner’s death herald the end of the sexual revolution
Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91. I hope he found grace and repentance before leaving this world. I also hope that his death will signify the end of the sexual revolution. It has failed miserably on every front. May it never rise again.
The sexual revolution promised freedom but produced bondage. It promised excitement but produced emptiness. It promised thrills and produced STDs. It was destined to crash and burn from the very first day.
It’s a terrible shame it took so long.
Although Alfred Kinsey’s perverted sex studies, first released in 1948, helped pave the way for the sexual revolution, the real seeds were planted with Playboy‘s nude photoshoot of Marilyn Monroe in 1953. Then, those seeds grew with explosive force in the counterculture revolution of the 1960s. And the rest, as they say, is history—a very sad history, for sure.
Today, 8-year-olds are being exposed to hardcore pornography.
Children as young as 10 are learning the relative health risks of anal vs. oral vs. vaginal intercourse.
Twelve-year-olds are sending inappropriate messages to each other, sometimes committing suicide when their naked pictures circulate through their school.
Condoms have been made available to first-graders.
Healthy young men cannot perform without Viagra because of their porn addictions.
Married couples in their 20s no longer have sex because it has become so meaningless to them.
Half of all babies born to first-time mothers are now conceived out of wedlock.
Thanks for nothing, sexual revolution. You have brought nothing but destruction.
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