Russia blocks access to the world’s biggest porn sites and Hungary moves to reduce the abortion rate

By Jonathon Van Maren

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.

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2 thoughts on “Russia blocks access to the world’s biggest porn sites and Hungary moves to reduce the abortion rate

  1. Dorothy King says:

    Hi Jonathon: Did George Soros try to change the abortion laws in Hungary with his money? Or was it Poland? He tried in one of those countries to change the country to pro-choice. And great articles. I love your site very much. Keep up the good work.

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