CENSORED (in “The Connection Between Porn Use and Support for Gay Marriage” by Nathaniel Peters): professor who writes pornographic texts very welcome at university that normalizes homosexuality

CENSORED: professor who writes pornographic texts very welcome at university that normalizes homosexuality. Decent professors who endorse a wholesome view of relationships and sexuality are tarred and feathered, of course.

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Thursday, December 20, 2012, 10:21 AM

Today on Public Discourse, Mark Regnerus speculates about the connection he found between men who support gay marriage and men who use pornography. Today’s pornography treats viewers to “a veritable fire-hose dousing of sex-act diversity.” Moreover, it doesn’t depict sex as making babies or an exclusive act of total self-gift. Therefore, Regnerus speculates, men who have seen sex frequently depicted that way might be more inclined to define marriage as something other than permanent, exclusive, and conjugal, or to reject marriage altogether.

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My comment (CENSORED):

Another symbolic news item of what corrupt views of sexuality and relationships people who normalize homosexuality have:

“A public university has hired an English literature professor whose pornographic verse includes fantasies of having sexual relations with freshmen female students, an education watchdog reported this week.”

As one example, in Prof. Alessandro Porco’s poem “Hot Girl-Girl Action University” the fictional university president Jill Kelly offers a pornographic welcome to the freshman class.

Was it in San Francisco? No, it was in North Carolina, a Red State.

Professors such as Porco are welcome in an ethically and morally corrupt public university system. Regnerus, on the other hand, is vilified by the same crowd, as is anyone who confronts how often people who normalize homosexuality are sexually and morally perverse.

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