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06/13/2011

Maggie vs. 'sexually disorganized' culture

by Jeremy Hooper
Sex, babies and marriage are not just intensely personal matters – they are civilizational ones, too.Maggie-Gallagher

Children are our future”...“When a civilization becomes sexually disorganized, it cannot seem to channel the erotic energy of the young into making stable, loving marriages in which to raise children."

The result is a large increase in social problems, an increasingly large government that steps in to try to solve these problems, more suffering for children, and lower levels of happiness for adults, especially for women. If the trends continue long enough, it calls into question the capacity of the society or civilization to transmit itself into the future.

-Maggie Gallagher, speaking to Christian Post

So in conclusion: Scapegoat the gays.

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