Eastern Europe is rejecting failed sexual revolution…and progressives are outraged

May 2, 2019 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, LifeSite:

Nothing irritates progressive commentators quite so much as watching nations reject the failed experiment of the Sexual Revolution.

Despite the fact that the so-called sexual liberty we enjoy in the West has ravaged families, spawned a rarely-reported on epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases, and gutted the institution of marriage—all while failing utterly to deliver on the happiness that was promised—it makes progressives nervous when political leaders glance at the rotten fruit and decide that they would prefer to work at building something quite different. For example, the conscious rejection of libertine sexual values by a growing number of Eastern European countries is a repudiation that makes progressives feel enormously threatened.

One recent example would be Russia’s decision to block the smut monopolies PornHub and YouPorn, the world’s largest providers of free pornography. PornHub alone manages to infect untold numbers of people annually, with over half a million years worth of pornography being consumed on its sites during the year 2016 alone. Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (the Roskomnadzor in Russian), which is in charge of monitoring the internet, responded to previously issued court decisions by blocking the sites earlier this month. (The same agency also briefly blocked PornHub in September of 2015.)

Predictably, Twitter promptly exploded with outrage.

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