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PostSubject: Twilight is Porn ( for women)   Wed Apr 14, 2010 9:40 pm

I got this from some christian article...


On a hot summer night, would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?

Will he offer me his mouth? Yes!
Will he offer me his teeth? Yes!
Will he offer me his jaws? Yes!
Will he offer me his hunger? Yes!

Again, will he offer me his hunger? Yes!
And will he starve without me? Yes!

Warning: the below is very frank...

The
vampire craze is a strange one, I must admit. Teen girls and moms alike
lining up with baited breath to catch the next installment of the love
affair between Edward and Bella --star-crossed teens, a twentieth
century pulp fiction Romeo and Juliet.

I am not writing to
critique either the books or the movie. I am rather writing to talk
about the differences between men and women, and how the sin of lust
takes different forms in each.

We all know the seriousness of
the porn empidemic. If a man does not take positive steps to avoid it,
it will find him, and more likely than not, it will hook him. The
reason is the way God has wired men. Men are attracted to those parts
of a woman that are different than he is, those parts most specially
related to the bearing of children. He is also attracted to physical
depictions of the act he most desires to perform with a woman. It is
(sadly) natural. It is also sinful and damning. The vast majority of
men are into it --even Christian men.

And, how many women are
dismayed, disgusted and hurt to find out their husbands are using
pornography. They view it (rightly) as a betrayal of sacred trust.
Marriages even end over it --wrongly, I might add. The man does not
view it that way. He (wrongly) does not view porn as having any
significance beyond physical gratification: it is a matter of mere
appetite. Women understand the power and purpose of sex far more than
men do. Women know, innately, that it is designed to be a powerful bond
between souls, not just physical gratification.

And, this is
what makes women particularly vulnerable to a different sort of porn,
and that is fanciful romance. To call it porn is not too strong a word.
It is equally destructive, sets up equally unrealistic expectations,
and has, at its root, the same core sin of pornography --an escapist
fulfillment of fantasy in someone other than one's spouse. It breeds
discontent with the real nature of the male-female relationship.

Many
have praised Twilight, written by a Mormon mom, for its high morality.
But, on closer look, is it really moral? Doug Wilson has some good
thoughts here.

Let me ask you: does the following sound pornographic? (Citing Doug Wilson):

Edward
has a “musical” voice, a “dazzling face,” “flawless lips,” a “crooked
smile” that is “so beautiful,” a face that was “such a distraction,” he
flashes “a set of perfect, ultrawhite teeth,” and he is a “bizarre,
beautiful boy.”

He has a “perfect face,” “brilliant teeth,” a “glorious face,” and, if we hadn’t made this clear yet, he had a “stunning face.”

...what
with his golden eyes, his black eyes, his “too-perfect face,” coupled
with the fact that he is “interesting,” “brilliant,” “mysterious,”
“perfect,” and “beautiful.”

Never mind that these descriptions would make Miss Austen faint, and give even Margaret Mitchell a toothache.

I
ask you, ladies, as moms of girls, is this what you want your young
women seeking in young men? How is this any less salacious than a young
man who is attracted by female body parts? We routinely tell boys not
to objectify women, to look at a girl's eyes, and not down, etc. All
this we ought to do. But women are no less sexually perverse than men.
Men fantasize about sex, and women fantasize about sexual romance. Men
want women, and women want men to want them.

The Christian woman
ought not have an easy conscience about this. We would discipline a
group of men who went out to a strip club to see a hot new dancer. But,
how many husbands dare question whether a group of women ought to go
see Twilight?


...And does he love me? Yes!

Yes! On a hot summer night would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?
Yes! I bet you say that to all the boys....
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight is Porn ( for women)   Thu Apr 15, 2010 8:18 pm

Wow, this actually makes sense!
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