Sunday, February 1, 2015

John C. Wright tells it like it is

This is today's assignment- read this and think. Right or left of the aisle, you'll find John C. Wright's musings will make you sit back and contemplate. Reading the guy's work is like a shot of Gamma Globulin for your brain.

 Today's post is a little dark and contemplative, and unusually aggressive for Mr. Wright, but all the more powerful for it. He's one of the few religious writers I know who can't be shouted down. Dude's just thoughtful.

"They used to be in favor of free love and the sexual liberation; now they object to rocket scientists wearing shirts with cartoon women printed on them, they object to science fiction magazines showing a scantily clad warrior princess slaying a monster, and they call all sex rape, and demand strict segregation of women and men. On the same day as these protests, they appear in front of the Pope, writhing on the ground naked with crosses and crucifixes inserted into their vaginas. So the Puritan rules apply arbitrarily, without sense or order, to anyone or no one."

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