Our Pornified Culture

by Lesley on April 20, 2007 · 1 comment

in make-you-think

“This is not a liberal or conservative issue; a black or white issue; or a male or female one. It is not even a Christian or secular one. Contemporary pornography whittles away at our humanity, the goodness of intimacy, and the love of beauty. Pornography turns people into products that others consume for profit or pleasure – and not just the audience or actors who “have a choice.” Pornography affects all of us. Maybe we should ask the young women and men in both cases how their lives have been changed by pornified culture.”
–Diana Butler Bass
To read a different perspective on the Duke rape case, read the entire article here.
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