Once upon a time, society’s generally accepted standard for sexuality was rooted in abstinence and chaste sexual behavior from a Christian perspective. As a society, from both experience and science, everyone — especially our elite leaders — greatly recognized the serious risks and harm from inappropriate or immoral sexual behavior by both children and adults.
Those activities, which were either heavily stigmatized by society, or in many cases banned by governments, included premarital sex, sodomy, hyper promiscuity, child marriages, cross dressing, adultery, obscenity, pornography, masturbation, child and adult prostitution, polygamy, indecent exposure, and exotic dancing.
Today, almost all these activities are not just legal somewhere in the U.S., but are now actively promoted by some of the most powerful leaders, businesses, cultural institutions, schools, and governments! Sodom and Gomorrah, Babylonia, and Rome were once universally recognized cautionary tales for how sexual immorality and sin leads to utter death and ruin for all involved. Today, they have been forgotten.
With leftists and neo-pagans in Hollywood pushing for the introduction of sex earlier and earlier through entertainment, and with governments implementing forced sex education curriculums, the average age a child has sex for the first time has fallen to 17 – and continues to decline.
Today, children are deliberately being groomed for sexual activity earlier and earlier, and all critics can think to say about the movie that glorify it is that they’re “groundbreaking.”
Last year, we learned about how “normal” it was to have a 11-year-old “drag kid” perform dance numbers at a gay bar while collecting dollar bills from the adult men in the crowd. This year, we learn how normal is to have 11-year-old girls rebel against their religious parents in order to take up exotic dancing and learn about independence.
Netflix is currently preparing for the release of a movie called “Cuties,” about Amy, an 11-year old girl who “rebels against her conservative family’s traditions” having discovered erotic dancing.
Twitter erupted with parents angered by this blatant sexualization of children – so much so that Netflix was forced to issue an apology. It still plans to air the movie, however, but their apology statement essentially acknowledges that the effort to sexualize children was intentional (emphasis is mine):
“We’re deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for Cuties. It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which premiered at Sundance. We’ve now updated the pictures and description.”
To be clear, despite Netflix’s apology, this movie is still a hyper-sexualized story about young girls. And it’s not the only major incident involving child grooming that was reported last week alone:
– Toy maker Hasbro was forced to remove a Troll Doll from shelves after parents complained about the inappropriateness of a children’s toy having a button underneath the doll’s skirt that made the toy giggle when pressed.
– Rapper Cardi B’s newest video WAP, which features obscene dance moves and lyrics that have become an internet sensation among minors, skyrocketed to the number one spot on Billboard’s Top 100.
These overt efforts to sexualize society – specifically children – and to encourage sexual behavior between children and around adults, are evident and growing. Even worse, our governments are involved in this “grooming” effort, too.
Here in Washington last year, grooming children is now a state-wide mandate, as Governor Jay Inslee signed into law a bill that mandates a radical sex education program for all students – even those as young as kindergarten. And given the values of government leaders today around sexuality, how long before exotic dancing, drag queen performance, and even sex work are taught as just normal job skills needed for all children to learn, regardless of a parent’s objection? That law will be on the ballot this November as R-90, and you will have an opportunity to accept or REJECT that law.
There’s a reason that the Bible talks about appropriate sexual behavior and morality only between a husband and wife (1 Thessalonians 4:3 being one example). Extramarital sexuality always leads to death and destruction.
So why is the promotion of sexual behaviors and stereotypes to children so blatant in America today? History, scripture, and most religions teach us that our world is in a spiritual battle, and our children and their innocence will always be the ultimate prize and conquest for our most wicked, adults, businesses, and elite leaders. Jeffery Epstein knew this.
The real question that we must ask ourselves: can we stop them and divert the inevitable firestorm that will engulf us, as it did Sodom and Gomorrah?