Jessica Harris, who runs Beggar’s Daughter (an online resource for women dealing with pornography) was relating an incident early in her walk with Christ. She “went to a Christian college right out of high school and was caught there” doing pornography. What galls me, but sadly doesn’t surprise me, is the response from the so-called Christian school. Continue reading
So today we have another story about the “epidemic” of “sexting” (taking sexually oriented pictures and sending them via cell phone text message). Apparently, sexting is all the rage in today’s schools, right on down to middle school. From what I’ve read, the new sign of going steady is for the girl to fire up the cell phone cam, snap a nude or semi nude picture, and “sext” it to her new beau. Please note, that in many cases the girl either takes the pictures herself or willfully poses for it and sends the text message. In other words, as far as the production and distribution of child pornography via “sexting,” the girls are every bit as involved as the boys.
But prosecutors — educated in today’s feminist universities — don’t see it that way, as evidenced by the fact the nearly universally only the boys are charged with the heavy-hitting felonies that can arise from such cases. Case du jour is the article in today’s Boston Herald where prosecutors are charging six boys in such a case; one for taking the picture, the other five for being involved:
The six boys, ages 12 to 14, will be summoned to Falmouth District Court for a hearing to determine whether they should be charged with possessing, exhibiting or distributing child porn in the form of a text message photo, according to The Cape Cod Times.
Notice that the prosecutor limits the charges to “possessing, exhibiting or distributing” the picture, because if he included the other charge (production of child porn) then he woul have had to charge the girl, too, and we certainly can’t have that now can we?
Columbia University Professor Sari Locker said surveys suggest one in five teens has sent or received nude or semi-nude pictures.
One. In. five. Wow.
“When boys receive a nude picture of a girl, they think the next time they see her they can go further with her in a sexual way than before,” she said. “It becomes an invitation to advance a sexual relationship.”
No kidding? We should not be surprised that young boys think getting to the proverbial third base is a sure-shot when the girl herself makes second base as easy a “sext” message. Note that the professor here intimates that the boys who receives the sext porn from the girl is somehow assuming something too far simply because he receives sext porn from the girl.
I can hear the feminazi school counselor now, “What? You assumed she was OK with getting sexual just because she stripped in front of the bathroom mirror and sext’d you the nudie shot? Sheesh, where’d you ever get that idea?” No wonder today’s boys are such a sad, brow-beaten lot of sexually confused p-whipped beta males.
But Locker said she believes criminal charges are excessive: “Clearly these boys are not sexual predators or pedophiles.”
Nor, aparently, are the girl willing models in child porn. Oh no. They’re the “victims” of the boys, you see.
This just proves the sexual revolution of a generation ago was all about freedom and zero about responsibility — for women and girls at least.