A new documentary, “Oral Sex Is the New Goodnight Kiss,” chronicles America’s moral decay. Sharlene Azam, a Canadian filmmaker, says: “If you talk to teens [about oral sex] they’ll tell you it’s not a big deal,” says Azam. “In fact, they don’t consider it sex. They don’t consider a lot of things sex.”
In the documentary, teenage girls talk casually about their sexual experiences, and even their forays into prostitution.
One girl summed up the new attitudes: “Five minutes and I got $100. If I’m going to sleep with them, anyway, because they’re good-looking, might as well get paid for it, right?”
Azam said that this was going on in good homes right under parents’ noses:
“The prettiest girls from the most successful families [are the most at risk]. We’re not talking about marginalized girls. [Parents] don’t want to know because they really don’t know what to do. I mean, you might be prepared to learn that, at age 12, your daughter has had sex, but what are you supposed to do when your daughter has traded her virginity for $1,000 or a new bag?”
This is the bitter fruit of 40 years of feminist domination in the United States. Virtue, self worth, and man’s moral value are DOA in the age of the cultural domination of the left.
This is how the phony feminist movement empowered women? Girls selling it for a handbag?
Those men-hating parasites have ruined the glorious exaltation of women in 20th century America. I know. I grew up in it.
All one has to do is watch movies from the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s (before the left culture rout) to catch a glimpse of the status of women. We were then formidable, respected, treasured and, above all . . . revered. It was as good as it gets.
Azam’s vulgar and depressing documentary is no surprise. The atmosphere is already poisoned by the left’s attitudes toward teenage sex. And these attitudes come out everywhere. Two weeks ago in Crosby Middle School in Hitchcock, Texas, a member of the Hitchcock school board, Shirley Price, gave what was supposed to be a motivational talk to sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade girls.
Instead, she gave a graphic, smut-filled rant about sex.
I am sickened by this. And not because I am prudish, but because it speaks volumes about how girls view themselves and their roles in society, and the ever-increasing diminishing of women in American society.
To say that feminism was one of the worst things to happen to women is being easy. It has been worse for men.
The demon seeds of their “liberation” movement are everywhere — including the epidemic of single motherhood, the breakdown of the American family, the street vernacular of “bitches and hos,” the emasculation of men, and the bone crushing responsibility of single moms being mother, father, breadwinner, chief cook, and bottle washer.
And what has Obama done about all this? He has appointed Kevin Jennings, the founder of GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network), to be his Safe Schools Czar. GLSEN is notorious for having sponsored a conference at Tufts University at which teenagers were given instruction in an array of risky and dangerous sexual practices.
Who is going to keep kids safe from him? This is another terrible Obama choice.
Whatever one’s sexual preferences or proclivities may be, do not traumatize children. Why can’t the schools just teach reading, writing, arithmetic, and civics?
But this is no surprise, of course. A breakdown of sexual mores and a flouting of convention is part and parcel of the socialist agenda in every society to which socialism has come.
Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be lefties.
Every child in America, all 73.7 million of them, should be kept safe from the leftist inculcation of the public school curriculum. Taxpayer money should be used to help set up home schooling networks and resources across the country.
We spend more per capita on education than virtually every other nation, and yet we rank close to the bottom in math and science — so busy are our children being force-fed global warming junk science and the LGBT agenda.
This is how the left has been destroying America since they took over in the ’60s. Now the teenage girls in Azam’s documentary are reaping what the left has been sowing for decades.
Pamela Geller is the editor and publisher of the Atlas Shrugs Web site and is former associate publisher of the New York Observer. Her Op-Eds have appeared in The Washington Times, Newsmax, Human Events, Big Government, WorldNetDaily, the American Thinker, Israel National News, and other publications. She is the author (with Robert Spencer) of the forthcoming book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America (Simon and Schuster).
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