Latest PC Madness: Ask Baby’s Consent Before Changing Nappy

The Australian “expert” featured at one point in the above video, is advocating this nonsense supposedly to end the problem of people touching others without consent.  The whole permissive culture is now being re-examined, but instead of looking at obvious solutions, this sort of craziness is being considered instead.  I had to double-check my calendar to make sure it wasn’t an April Fool joke but no, it’s just another fool posing as an “expert”, talking baloney.  You have to laugh, though – I couldn’t keep a straight face, so enjoy the interview. Then ask yourself how we might change  the culture of western society, where sexual harassment of one kind or another is now endemic. 

I mean, what about returning to the custom of NOT cohabiting before marriage, of courteous courtships, where the girl had a deadline to meet to return to the parental home, or, perhaps even return to an even earlier period when chaperoned courtships were the norm. Beats asking babies for permission to change their nappies, surely?  

Or do you have a better idea? How can we put an end to the unsavoury sexualised culture in which we currently live? 

O, and isn’t it time (long overdue) that the Bishops and priests spoke out about this PC madness?  Why are they not doing so?  They seem oblivious to the whole PC craziness.  Can you imagine the scandal if even one of them subscribed to the madness spouted by this Australian “expert”?

Aborted Babies Used To Heat Hospitals

Aborted Babies Used To Heat Hospitals

The bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals, an investigation has found.

Ten NHS trusts have admitted burning foetal remains alongside other rubbish while two others used the bodies in ‘waste-to-energy’ plants which generate power for heat.

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Click on picture to read entire Telegraph report. Then tell us if you agree with the Telegraph blogger who argues that “It is abortion itself that needs to be debated, not the method used to dispose of the remains.”

Game, set and match, I say. What do you say?