The Greatest Deception of All? Part 1

The 1960’s in America is known as the beginning of the Sexual Revolution. Women marched the streets burning their bras in protest against male dominance. “Free love,” that is sex free from commitment was encouraged. As the movement gained momentum across the world, feminists thought they had won. But they were deceived.

The sexual revolution was not confined to the 1960’s. It affected the following decades and its affect is still being felt today. Today, from young ages, girls are taught to be more aggressive. They need to compete with and dominate males. The image of innocent and purity is fast being stripped away. For countless generations girls were protected. They were taught that their virginity was special and they should keep it for one special man. Today virgins are laughed at. This is so ironic because virgins are the ones with strength and self-control to resist sexual temptation.

Now here is the deception. The Sexual Revolution was begun to protest against male dominance. Women have now become bolder and more aggressive. They often dress in ways to manipulate men. They challenge men in every realm, from the board room to the church. Furthermore, from the early teens, women are less likely to be pure and are much more likely to have sex with men. The deception is complete. This is exactly what many men want.

They promise them freedom, while they themselves are slaves of depravity—for a man is a slave to whatever has mastered him. 2 Peter 2:19
他們應許人得以自由 ,自己卻作敗壞的奴僕,因為人被誰制伏就是誰的奴僕 。 (彼得后书2:19)


The Greatest Deception of All? Part 2

So what about men? We see in ages past how women were encouraged to remain pure, and how the Sexual Revolution of the 1960’s destroyed that – until today. Again, what about the men? Were the men also taught purity?

In ages past, women were chaste, and men respected them. Men wrote poems and songs in honour of women and their purity. Not too long ago men would open doors for and offer their seats to women on busses. A man would pull out the woman’s chair in a restaurant and would never expect her to pay anything. A good wife was a prize to be won, and men would go to great lengths to win her.

Much has now changed. With “free love,” that is sex without commitment, women are no longer prized. Why spend time and energy winning a ladies heart for marriage when sex is easily obtainable? Movies and advertisements encourage this idea and whole generations grow up believing this is “normal.”

The ironic thing is the quicker a woman gives sex, the quicker the man loses respect in her. She is no longer a prize. That is why the question is often asked: “Will you respect me in the morning?”

Respect for women was the very thing the 1960’s women’s liberators sought to win, while today it is one of the greatest things they have lost.


“I know, O LORD, that a man’s life is not his own; it is not for man to direct his steps.” Jeremiah 10:23

by 德明;翻译: Rica

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