- New York Times confused, upset about birth control
- The sexploitation of porn
- A gay hamburger?
- 'I believe, help me obey'
- Exoskeleton approved for personal use
“Dogma should not trump our civil liberties.” That’s the UN-civil message from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) in a full-page ad which appears in the front news section of today’s New York Times.
The new reality show, “The Sex Factor” is using Twitter to recruit people for a TV competition for porn stardom and a one million dollar prize. People are encouraged to nominate and pressure their friends to compete via Twitter and to post pictures of them.
Burger King has come out of the closet in full support of homosexuality, and is now even naming a hamburger to prove just how ‘proud’ it is of the sin.
"The reality is that obedience costs a young couple something — sometimes it feels like it costs us everything. But it seems to cost the larger Church nothing. So little valued is our obedience and the sacrifice it entails that most Catholics don’t even know what the Church teaches on contraception. They’ve never heard it from the pulpit. If they do hear it, they jeer and mock, because the prospect of life without contraception seems so impossible that it’s frankly ludicrous. "
ReWalk is a motorised exoskeleton suit that helps people who are paralysed from the waist down to stand up and walk again.