“The good is getting better and the bad is getting worse” is one of the unofficial mottoes of the Orthosphere. By “worse,” we typically mean “more obvious” — the bad is shucking off its unprincipled exceptions, increasingly acknowledging and embracing the depravity demanded of its first principles. There’s been a few cases of this here in Texas the last few weeks over an abortion-restricting bill currently being considered by the state legislature. Besides that “Hail Satan” moment I’m sure you’ve heard about, there’s this amazing and rarely honest article calling on men to oppose the bill in order to have more sex:
How #HB2 Hurts Straight Texas Men
Your sex life is at stake. Can you think of anything that kills the vibe faster than a woman fearing a back-alley abortion? Making abortion essentially inaccessible in Texas will add an anxiety to sex that will drastically undercut its joys. And don’t be surprised if casual sex outside of relationships becomes far more difficult to come by.
It’s clear: if the Legislature basically takes away a Texas woman’s right to choose, having sex becomes a much, much riskier proposition for women and men.
(Emphases in the original).
Whew! Well, at least they’re abandoning their ridiculously unprincipled jibber-jabber about “rights” they don’t have any basis to believe in. If you doubted it before, believe it now: abortion is mainly a means of letting degenerate sluts and cads gratify their obscene and disordered lusts without consequence.
A full 95 percent of Americans have sex before getting married, and 93 percent have sex before the age of 30. 70 percent of sexually active Americans 21 and under have had a casual sexual encounter. In American culture, we’ve largely come to see that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with people making that choice.
Oh, the textbook narcissism of our degenerate enemies. “We do it, so it must be OK!” Move over, consensus of several thousand years of human history! Ben Sherman is here with his most of a bachelor’s degree in communications (or whatever) and he’s got some insights to share!
Yeah, we get that your opinion is radically at odds with the opinion of society in the 1950s (and the 1940s, and the 1930s, and the 1800s, and the 1700s, and most of the second millennium, and all of the first millennium, etc.). Which is, you know, sort of our point: that the scumbaggery of men like this, in thrall to leftist principles (to the extent there are any), is virtually without historical parallel.
The title got a chuckle out of me, too: “2013 or 1950? Conservatives Rail Against Having Sex Outside of Marriage.” The judgment is clear: he’ll happily endorse a mountain of dead babies if it means he can even potentially indulge his perverse desires… but at least he’s not old-fashioned!