My Favorite Manosphere Post This Week: 9.10.14

Posted: September 10, 2014 in Favorite Post, Hypergamy, Men, Sluts, Solipsism, Women
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God Loves SlutsHas to be this one(Dalrock did a post on it, and I commented extensively there, but I thought I’d add my two cents in a post of my own), where losing virginity outside of marriage is now a new way to experience God’s love:

http://www.thefrisky.com/2014-09-09/girl-talk-what-losing-my-virginity-taught-me-about-faith/

What is just astounding in that entire post is the language, and the Female Hamster in Turbo Overdrive. There should no longer be any doubt among Manospherians that females have the ability to rationalize anything, ANYTHING, and justify their behavior by their emotions. HAMSTERAnd have no qualms in twisting, warping, or downright ignoring clear scripture to do so. There is no upper limit to the Hypergamy Hamster.

 

 

BUT WHAT JUMPS OUT MOST AT ME WAS WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU REVERSE THE GENDER OF THE AUTHOR.

Let’s look at some passages that she wrote, verbatim, altering them only to seem as if a man had written them:

When I started dating my then-girlfriend, a lapsed Catholic, I hadn’t been to church in over a year, though I still made an effort to pray and study the Bible. My new job was at a church ministry where I disagreed with the leadership’s theology. Proponents of the purity movement would say that I was falling away from the faith and that’s why I started fooling around with women. I no longer had a deep connection with Christ that I was supposed to have, which made me vulnerable to the manipulations of The World.

But this wasn’t my case at all, and the flattening of such a narrative does a disservice to the complexity of faith. Losing my virginity wasn’t the end result of falling away from my faith – it was the beginning of a renewal, of learning to love God and my neighbors more deeply and fully than ever before.

HAH. Can you see a guy justifying his promiscuity in this way and still punching his Christian Card? There’s more:

This also isn’t a conversion story of how losing my virginity made me realize how far away I’d fallen and now I’m chastened, back on the straight-and-narrow and celibate. I’m not celibate and I’m dating around. And I’m a Christian whose faith, at this point, is probably stronger than at any point in my younger years. And I know that this faith, this commitment, wouldn’t have been possible had I not actively made the decision to give up on purity.

Purity, for me and for many men, became a distraction from the Gospel. In evangelicalism, purity is so closely tied to a salvation message that loss of purity is necessarily painted as a loss of faith – and this leaves many men wondering what happens if they do make the decision to have sex, even if it’s in the “right” circumstances. Learning to have sex without shame often creates a crisis of faith because we’re told for years and years that sex is shameful, scary and not something men should want.

HAHAHAH! Keeping it in mah pants was a distraction from the Gospel, so gettin’ my rocks off and forgetting about that whole ‘no fornication’ thing sure did increase mah faith! But here’s the cherry(HUGE punnage intended) on top of it all:

For me, making the decision to have sex without shame, to own that part of myself and to make those decisions, has only improved my faith and my understanding of God’s love. Sex liberated me from my puritanical judgment and strict ideas about what’s right and wrong. It taught me to meet people where they are – just as Jesus did – and in that way, it became a different kind of sacrament. I judge people less now. I don’t wrap my faith up in whether or not I’m performing the rules in the right way. And I understand God’s love for God’s people on a deeper, more personal level than ever before.

Losing my virginity outside of a marriage relationship taught me how to be a better person and a better Christian. It challenged my presuppositions about what sexual health looks like, and brought into stark relief the gaps in my education about ethics and holiness. Sex, in this way, can be a sacrament, a movement toward understanding God, a form of holiness experienced in a deep, mystical way. Sex can be holy, whether or not you have a ring on your finger.

 

Lot. About to make some BABIES!

Lot. About to make some BABIES!

I don’t understand. Why can’t men make this same argument?

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/21888916/ns/us_news-faith/t/megachurch-leader-mega-sized-sex-scandal/#.VBCvJqfF_3o

http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2009/07/former_word_of_life_youth_mini.html

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/20/jack-schaap-sentenced-ind_n_2918139.html

http://www.yuricareport.com/Dominionism/HowHaggardWasFiredAndWhy.html

http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read/i-watched-art-school-steal-my-friends-virginity

http://restoringsexualpurity.org/the-sexually-addicted-minister/

I’ll ask it again…..why isn’t this a beautiful, deeply spiritual, Gospel-enhancing experience if men do it? If Jesus made love to Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary Salome, Martha(Lazarus’ brother) and all the other women that followed Him, He’s still just as much the Savior, right? Sluts say Yes

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