Sure enough, a handful of uniformed Afghan police officers emerged from their rundown detachment, walked through the barricades and started chatting up the dozen or so teens, some looking decidedly pre-teen.A few minutes after they returned, the selected kids were waved through the main gates and went straight inside the police station. An hour later, when I left the observation post, the boys were still inside.This evening ritual is often derided by soldiers as man-love Thursdays.
Afghan officials insist the notion of men and boys getting together the night before the Muslim holy day for sex is a myth. And, sure, it’s theoretically possible the cops were merely good-deed-doers giving these teens reading lessons.
But Canadian soldiers insisted we had just witnessed the regular Thursday evening negotiation for sex between Afghan men and boys, apparently for gifts or money….(Source)
It is not a coincidence that the West is faced with two choices today: Taliban repression or Deviant Sexuality. We see that phenomenon happening all over the Western world today with both extremes being played out. The above story shows that it’s not only happening in the West but also in Afghanistan and all over the Middle East. They are two cultures which both have a reductionist approach, yet each has a destructive approach to the question of sexuality. It is not difficult to understand why the Taliban are so popular. They are the flip side of the sexuality coin. What the sex parade seeks to abuse with licentiousness, the Taliban seek to repress through the Burka. The more Christianity, which has the correct view of sexuality and women, is pushed to the margins in Western countries, the more the Islamist pressure will come to bear on Secularism and their Sex Parade.
When that happens, who can possibly deny that society will undergo massive civil unrest? We know that the Secularists won’t actually fight for anything because they’re cowards in the end. So that kind of gives you an idea where the culture is going to end up — unless Christianity regains its footing.