I think a lot of people associate the notion of “morals” with sex. Maybe not so much anymore, but there was a time. And not just in the Victorian era, either. Life sure is different these days.
Lindsay Lohan declines to wear underwear; and for some reason, we have to know about it. Everyone from Rob Lowe to Kim Kardashian has gotten their thrills by sharing their sex tapes with us (ugh!!!). Presidents have screwed around publicly. Prime Ministers have had sex with underage prostitutes. And right in our own backyards teachers are having sex with students, and on and on it goes.
Looks to me like our moral fibre is unravelling pretty rapidly. We’re on a downward spiral.
But, of course, morality isn’t confined to sex. It comes into play with just about every decision we make. Or don’t make, as the case may be. It’s got to do with our standards. Our conscience. Our ability to differentiate Continue reading