If you walk long enough to the left, you will find yourself on the right:
The news organization LifeSiteNews*, joined by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation**, the Family Research Council***, and the website Counter Cultured****, released the following statement on Monday about the controversial movie.
“Feminists and social conservatives agree: “Fifty Shades of Grey” promotes misogyny, abuse, and manipulation, not relationships based upon mutual love and respect,” said the coalition. “This film normalizes and glamorizes behaviors such as stalking, threats and physical violence. Its portrayal of relationships and sex is offensive to real life victims of domestic abuse. The film sets a particularly dangerous example for younger viewers, who may not understand that attractive, charismatic young billionaire Christian Grey is also an abusive sociopath, especially since victim/narrator Anastasia Steele continually describes and portrays him as a god.”
“Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a celebration of love; however, the relationship between the two main characters in “Fifty Shades of Grey” is anything but caring or loving.
As we can see, sexual dysfunction doesn’t care about political allegiances. It is completely bipartisan.
* Founded in 1997, LifeSiteNews is the world’s largest pro-life, pro-family news organizations. With reporters and contributors in10 countries on six continents, it is a vital resource for the promotion of traditional values around the globe.
** Founded in 1962, National Center on Sexual Exploitation is the leading national organization dedicated to opposing pornography by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, child abuse, and addiction.
*** The Family Research Council is a D.C.-based policy organization that stresses the importance of traditional values related to abortion, marriage, religious liberty, and other pressing public policy issues.
**** Counter Cultured was founded in September 2012 by conservative sisters Anna Maria Hoffman and Gabriella Hoffman. It advocates for culturally conservative issues, using small government, non-theological arguments