It’s not a slippery slope, it’s a cliff and we’re free falling

Somebody once said, “If there is no God, everything is permissible.” Remove the moral authority that exists outside of ourselves and things like right and wrong become merely a matter of personal preference. Our culture is riddled with it.

Take Cosmopolitan, for instance, and their recent attempt to push incest and normalise sibling-sex: “There must be some natural explanation for these feelings, Brian remembers thinking. And according to them, there is. The half-siblings say they are prime examples of genetic sexual attraction (GSA). The term was coined by Barbara Gonyo in the 1980s after she experienced an attraction to the adult son she had placed for adoption as an infant.”

The brother mentioned in the piece is quoted as saying, “It’s a very interesting phenomenon that’s not studied in this world… If we don’t start studying it more – or accept it – people will end up in jail.”

The “couple” believe their “love” shouldn’t be forbidden, and that there’s a growing segment of society that’s also practicing incest.

Regardless of the risks, the half-siblings plan to eventually live together — and officially marry. And they can because of a legal loophole: Melissa’s childhood father is listed on her birth certificate, not their shared biological father. “Obviously, it’s still illegal. But we can hide and do that.”1

What these progressive-thinkers fail to realise is, that their “progression” is, in truth, a regression. They’re not advancing forward, but falling backward. We are witnessing a return to the amoral cesspool of a culture void of any moral compass. We often hear talk of the slippery slope consequence associated with breaking sexual taboos. Judging by the rate these stories are being churned out, I’d suggest we’re feel-falling!


  1. This Is What It’s Like to Fall in Love With Your Brother

Leave a Reply