The War on Christmas: The Virgin’s Purity Offends Rape Victims
One of Caravaggio’s many magnificent paintings celebrating the pure beauty of Mary and the newborn Christ child.
Is this a fresh approach to the war on Christmas? This year the Left’s annual War on Christmas has taken a bizarre turn with a Washington Post op-ed claiming that the Virgin Mary’s purity is offensive to victims of rape. The headline from the Washington Post reads: “Our culture of purity celebrates the Virgin Mary. As a rape victim, that hurts me.”
The author writes: Still, I study her this time of the year, always dressed in blue with downcast eyes, and want to ask: “How was it really? And how do you feel about what the patriarchy has done with you?”
What better time of year to blame Virgin Mary for rape victims feeling badly; you can’t make this nauseating yidiocy up. Well, apparently you can, because this woman did, and then the Washington Post published it. In today’s episode of The Oppression Olympics, writer Ruth Everhart asks “What can I moan about to really get my personal victim party into full swing”?
Sometimes it really is not wise to work out your personal issues in such a public forum. Is that not asking for attention and more affirmation of a self-manufactured victim status?
Other rape survivors may find such a correlation not only ridiculous, but painful. This “Pastor” insists on holding on to her initial outrage and feeling of impurity and expects everyone to care? Not meaning to come across as insensitive to her trauma, but that is her problem, not ours! And how can one be a proper “pastor” in the Christian religion if one has such amazingly powerful negative reactions to the very beliefs upon such religion is primarily founded?
I honestly see this as another attempt to defile the beauty of the Christmas season, in this case by a woman who clings to her darkness, not a good trait for a Christian pastor! And so continues the war on Christmas. I smell the feculent odor of the Talmudics nearby. If you wish to read more, the article is Here.
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