On Friday morning, readers visiting In Touch Weekly’s website in search of mindless celebrity gossip were instead subjected to disturbing mental images.
I may never get a decent sleep now that my dreams will be haunted by the rococo sight of Trump sprawled on a hotel bed in his rich-guy loungewear, beckoning to the star of films such as to join him between the silk sheets as he assumes the missionary position and goes buck wild. election, a Trump lawyer funnelled 0,000 in hush money to Daniels through a shell company. But as it turns out, the porn star already spilled the beans in 2011.
And while the second approach might teach us that sex is something to take seriously, it might lead us to believe this thing which God created is evil. There are several great articles on Life about sex, sexuality, and chastity. Look into the “Theology of the Body for Teens” which explains Pope John Paul II’s teachings in language applicable to your life.
Then there’s the ever-awkward sex education in school. You’re sitting really close to the person you have a crush on. Is that a powerpoint presentation she brought with her? As Pope Saint John Paul II said, “The problem with pornography is not that it shows too much; but rather that it shows too little.” We only see the “sexy parts” in porn; the rest is hidden. Check out Jason and Crystalina Evert’s books on dating and chastity.
Those were just some of the first to pop into my head. Ask for the grace to see sex and sexuality as a gift from God that has a proper place.
Pray for the wisdom to be able to recognize when sex and sexuality are being abused, causing disorder, and not being treated how God intended them to be.