2nd August 2013

“Obsessions with people's private sexual behaviour trivialise the great pressing moral issues of how we should all live well together in the here and now. Were Pope Benedict and all the other religions to devote themselves single-mindedly to social injustice, they would command immense moral authority that would silence any quibbles from non-believers.”

Polly Toynbee

3 Responses to “2nd August 2013”

  1. The Heretic Says:

    Not likely. Their infatuation with sex is only one of their many sins against humanity.

  2. Sinjin Smythe Says:

    Obsession with sex, its propriety and who and what should be doing what, is usually an indicator of something dark and deceitful.

    It speaks volumes about the faithful to be so preoccupied.

  3. Jeff Says:

    Sirs, I hate to disagree, but whether you call it infatuation or obsession with sex, it is merely a part of the animal’s condition, for if we did not have it, we would quickly die out. It truly says nothing about them, other than that their preconditioning is, in fact, somewhat anti-survival.