Friday, February 16, 2007

Up with porn...down with the cross

Back in October, I wrote a post wondering why porn classes are being taught at the university level, yet ID is outlawed. You just have to wonder what is happening to our society. I have a few ideas, but then you can probably guess where I stand on the issue.

The latest porn craze took place at the the historic College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. It’s interesting to note that this was a former Christian college. My how things have changed!

Last Monday the school hosted a Sex Workers Art Show featuring:

...topless dancers, demonstrations of sex toys, Q&As with male and female prostitutes – all in the name of empowering "sex workers."
What were some of the attractions the audience of 400 were exposed to?

A 200-pound-plus performer named Dirty Martini did a striptease, finishing her routine in only a G-string and pasties.

Another performer in military fatigues stripped, used a fake gun as a sex prop and told the audience that sexual favors would be given if "doing so can end the war. Just don't force me."

"It's just so out there and expressive," Josh Campbell, a member of Lamba Alliance, one of six student groups to sponsor the event, told the local paper. "It's hip, it's in your face, and it's exciting."
It was all done in the name of “free expression”. Hmmm...I wonder if I could hold a class on Intelligent Design and call it a class of “free expression”. I’m thinking ~that wouldn't fly~.

Oh, by the way, this is the same college where the administrator, Melissa Engimann, circulated an e-mail noting that the cross in the college chapel was going to be placed in permanent storage to make the chapel "less of a faith-specific space."

Mercy, it’s almost laughable...

Private schools are lookin' more inviting every day.