Speaking of “hyper-fixation on sex”, let’s consider the trend of those religious who ignore, promote and otherwise support hyper-sexualization of teen girls within their sphere of influence . . . especially in entertainment.
While it’s true that sexualized theme and dress is not physical sex, one wonders about the hypocrisy behind a typical Christian’s willingness to vicariously sell– and accept sale of– sex at almost any age . . . alongside concurrent messaging against most other considerations of sex (including tendency to punish girls and women who behave in similarly individualized ways as boys and men).
What do you think? Further, read today’s title share:
Kristy Bay’s writeup on the church’s messaging regarding sex:
There is so much need in the world–;so much hurt and so much pain. What we don’t need is one more Christian discussion on the rules for sex to distract us.