First off let me just say that I really can’t stand Christians sometimes. Yes I am one, but I still can’t stand them at times. Unless you haven’t been on social media lately I’m sure you’ve heard something or another about the movie 50 Shades of Gray, when I first starting seeing all the controversy I hadn’t even heard of it, so knowing it was sensitive content I asked my wife to look it up and read me some articles about it.
One thing I will probably never understand is why “Christians” pick and choose what they are going to demonize and what they don’t. No one is above sin, we all do really stupid and wrong things, I do them, and so does everyone else. But admit to that.
So it baffles me when we watch dancing with the stars, family guy, or the latest bond movie that are filled with porn, and sexuality. Now some might argue it’s not the same because it doesn’t take it to a certain level. It’s like saying to your child, you can color on the wall with these markers but only 6 inches off the ground, any higher on the wall and you are in deep trouble. It makes no sense.
I don’t understand why it’s such a “shocking” thing that movies and tv shows are continually getting worse…well it’s quite simple actually. When you support shows, movies, or websites that show sex, talk about sex, demoralize fathers, and use women as objects…well it’s naturally going to progress into worse things. People who make this content are seeing what brings in numbers and dollars, and frankly they are only producing what has been supported.
So please get off your high horse about banning “certain” movies while going to see others that are near as bad, you just like the other one so it’s okay. Stop trying to get people to “like this page to show you don’t support something” while Iron Man makes out on your TV and you are posting a picture of some Hollywood hunk you think is hot.
As I said earlier, we all have our faults, our weaknesses, we all screw up, but stop trying to make it like you never do and people who do “this” or “that” or worse people. We all have fallen short, and just because I or you haven’t done some certain thing doesn’t make us any better or worse than someone who has.