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God didn’t randomly create sex and then add a bunch of rules
to make it as difficult as possible for us to enjoy. He created it
with great intentionality. And the part of that intentionality we so
often overlook is that sex is about much more than what happens
between the sheets. God-honoring sex produces strong, incredible
families, which produce incredible societies and incredible legacies.
God-honoring sex upholds all humans with dignity and love,
rather than relegating humans to be objects that are consumed
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I just did a guest post for the Dadding Depressed blog:

How To Find What You’re Looking For In A Pornography Search.

Last week Shaun White won a snowboarding gold medal, only to have the spotlight shift toward a 2016 lawsuit against White by a female drummer in his band.  She was suing White for sexual harassment, which included forcing her to watch porn of two people have sex on a bear, and several other unsavory allegations.

This made me look at White a lot differently.  It made me not want to cheer for him.

So today I’m listening to the Jim Rome sports radio show to learn that 110,000 condoms were distributed in the Pyeongchang Olympic Village.  That’s 37 condoms per Olympian.

450,000 condoms were given out in the 2016 Rio Olympic Village.  41 per athlete.

Tinder, a dating app where people hookup for sex, has had its usage increase by 348 percent since the start of the games in the Pyeongchang Olympic Village.

Decorated US swimmer Ryan Lochte told ESPN he estimated 70-75% of the Olympians are sexually active with one another during the games. Continue Reading…

The Lord of the Rings story comes to a climax in the final battle at Mordor as the forces of good square off against the seemingly insurmountable forces of evil. The king Aragorn, the dwarf Gimli, the elf Legolas and the wizard Gandalf represent the best and strongest warriors for good in Middle Earth. These heroes cluster with their followers in the middle of a plain, while countless foes of darkness close in around them. For every one hero, there seem to be a million enemies.

This is the type of scene that comes to mind for Christian men seeking to fight off the temptations of living in an oversexualized world. Most men are taught simply to be better warriors—better Gandalfs, Aragorns, Legolases, and Gimlis. Well-meaning advisors and “experts” teach men how to try harder, think better, manage behavior through mental tricks, and even physically beat themselves into submission. The problem is, no matter how strong the hero in the middle, the enemy continues its barrage with no end in sight. Continue Reading…