This is amusing, though darn it, I wish I’d captured screenshots before the inevitable happened. (Some folks say they have done so.)
So this youth minister, who does the usual thing of framing moral issues strictly in terms of self-denial and guilt, writes a blog post in which he says, among other funny things, “I have never met anyone who is actually happy about having sex before they were married. All I’ve ever seen and heard is massive regret.”
A number of folks, including myself, LOLed, and fearing Mr. Buer just wasn’t getting out of the house enough, left comments on his blog introducing ourselves as regret-free sex-positive people who saw no need for either a Bible nor a ring before making hay whilst the sun shines. And gosh darn, wouldn’t you know it? He just up and deleted all our comments and closed the whole article to further comments!
Well, now we know he’s lying when he says he’s never met people like us. But I guess if he wants to inculcate guilt among his readers, he has to keep pretending he hasn’t.
Funny how, in insisting that the Bible mandates “sex is for marriage and nowhere else,” Aaron’s forgotten some of its freakier Brazzers moments, like the time Lot’s daughters got him drunk and incestuously double-teamed him, all with God’s apparent approval. The Bible is absolute this and absolute that, except for the inconvenient parts you can pretend to ignore (rather like inconvenient comments)!