Thursday, March 31, 2005

Campus Values: Anything Goes! (except religous values)

Dennis Prager - Tapes of The Show:
"Thursday, March 17, 2005 Radio Show
Hour 1:
Newly Bi-Sexual
talks to Anna Montrose, a Canadian student who wrote an article in her college
newspaper describing her sexual transformation from rigid heterosexual to

This is among the most riveting hours of conversation that I have ever heard. I subscribe to Prager's web site and can download these for free. I'd put in on the web but that would be cheating Dennis.

Ms. Montrose is an upperclasswoman at McGill College, among the most prestigious campuses in Canada. This conversation makes painfully obvious the moral and intellectual vacuum that students experience at college. The most stunning moment was when Ms. Montrose admits that incest is not wrong and really no ones business as long as it's between consenting adults. She's was willing to conclude this rather than affirming that society has a right to encourage some kinds of sexuality and discourage others.

If you want to hear firsthand the dominant thinking of the university, this is it. You will likely be shocked and discouraged.

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