Posts Tagged: pornography

Videogame Company Comes Under Fire for Promoting Sexual Coercion and Exploitation

“Steam, a popular videogame distribution platform that could be likened to the ‘Walmart of online videogame distribution,’ is selling games that normalize and promote sexual coercion and exploitation. These games, House Party and Porno Studio Tycoon, are easily available to an estimated 35 million children who buy videogames off of Steam.” Full Article “The House… Read more »

Fearless 85-year-old says no to LGBT flag at church.

An elderly woman in ultra-liberal Carlisle, Mass. had the nerve to publicly criticize the gay flag outside of a church in the center of town. She caused such an inflamed reaction that it was reported in Boston’s NBC-TV evening news. (See below.) But she’s not backing down — which inflames the leftist reactionaries even more!… Read more »

South Dakota Declares Pornography a Public Health Crisis

ANOTHER STATE IS RECOGNIZING THE HARMS Major victory: South Dakota Unanimously Recognized the Public Health Harms Did you hear the incredible news? The resolution declaring a pornography a public health crisis passed the South Dakota House 65-0 and passed South Dakota Senate on a 35-0 vote! This means that South Dakota is the second state… Read more »

When is the Last Time you Made Something that Demands your Energy and Creative Capacity?

I don’t mean sticking a pizza in the oven or putting together that table from Ikea. I mean really making something—a craft, a work of art, a piece of furniture, or anything that demands your energy and creative capacity. When visiting the public museum recently, my family and I made our way to the upper… Read more »

Give Up Porn for Lent

I know, I know, I’ve been writing about porn and purity a lot lately. But there’s a good reason—It’s a HUGE problem. February 10, 2016 Sam Guzman When 64% of Christian men admit to watching porn at least monthly, and at least 21% of youth pastors admit to being addicted, there’s no point in pretending it isn’t… Read more »

Holiday Loneliness Not a Good Recipe for Virtue

Conquer Pornography This Christmas The holidays are a special time for everyone, and for us as Catholics especially. We get together with our friends and family, have time off from work, and get to experience, however dimly, a taste of Christendom with society at large celebrating Christmas with music and secular trappings. Lonely for the… Read more »