“It’s as if the question is not even supposed to be asked”

It’s strange, but when I engage in some on-line confrontation about the morality of this or that sexual proclivity, and I challenge the interlocutor to defend the sexual revolution based upon the goodness or the nobility of the society it has led to, that challenge is never taken up. It’s as if the question is not even supposed to be asked.

Anthony Esolen, Touchstone Magazine – Mere Comments: No Right to Solipsism


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