Planned Parenthood: Encouraging Your Children to Beat and Fist Each Other Properly

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The following video is  pretty vulgar, but apparently it’s something that your kids should learn about, as it is directed towards students, and funded/sponsored by your tax dollars and Planned Parenthood.

Now if you haven’t watched the video, BDSM stands for:

B: Bondage
D: Discipline/Dominance
S: Submission/Sadomasochism/Sadism
M: Masichism

From Wikipedia:

Bondage: Bondage is the tying, binding, or restraining of a person for the sexual, aesthetic, and/or psychological pleasure of the parties involved. Rope, cuffs, bondage tape, self-adhesive bandages, or other restraints may be used for this purpose.

Discipline: Discipline is the use of rules and punishment to control overt behavior in BDSM. Punishment can be pain caused physically (such as caning), humiliation caused psychologically (such as a public flagellation) or loss of freedom caused physically (such as chaining the controlee to the foot of a bed, for some misbehavior). Note the issue of legal consent which may or may not represent a defense to criminal liability for any injuries caused.

Dominance and Submission: Dominance and submission (also called D&s, Ds, and D/s)[1] is a set of behaviors, customs and rituals involving the giving by one individual to another individual of control over them in an erotic episode or as a lifestyle.

Sadomasochism: Sadomasochism is the receiving of pleasure—often sexual—from acts involving the infliction or reception of pain or humiliation. A subset of BDSM, practitioners of sadomasochism usually seek out sexual gratification from these acts, but often seek out other forms of pleasure as well. While the terms sadist and masochist specifically refer to one who either enjoys giving pain (sadist), or one who enjoys receiving pain (masochist), many practitioners of sadomasochism describe themselves as at least somewhat of a switch, or someone who can receive pleasure from either inflicting or receiving pain.

So not only do we want your children to know how to have sex ‘safely,’ we also want them to know that it is okay to inflict pain on each other while doing so. But thankfully, the video is kind enough to inform us that ‘BDSM and abuse are different things.’ But hey, I’m sure there [Read more…]

Is Karma biblical?

karma

The word ‘karma’ itself was created in reference to the Hindu and Buddhist beliefs that the way you live and act out your life now will determine what you are reincarnated as in the next life. Basically, if you are good, you are re-born as a wealthy man. If you suck as a person, you become a cockroach. This belief of karma is definitely not biblical, as the Bible states every person dies once, and the only afterlife continues on in either Heaven or Hell.

Hebrews 9:27 

27 And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment.

But what about karma in the sense that it is used with the phrase, “What goes around, comes around?” I know you’ve all heard that before, but have you ever really wondered if there’s any truth to it? Or is it all coincidence and superstition?

What brought about my thoughts on this were two events that happened this week. First, I started randomly thinking about some Bible verses that talk about to whom can be trusted with little, can be trusted with much. More on that later. Second, I was put in my place by a percussion teacher and friend, when I made a subtle complaint about a rehearsal.

You see, myself and [Read more…]