Raunchiness: obscenity - vulgarity - promiscuity not wanted in China. Two comments on exemplative (but not exemplary) English teacher who acted as instigator of Chinese social structure disintegration:
In my opinion, Virginity is an important asset both for girls and boys. how can a girl or a boy who loses her/ his virginity can enjoy the moments of life after marriage satisfactorily. I think Chinese parents need to take serious steps about acquainting their children regarding the preservation of their virginities. However, still in this age we can see that in many Muslim countries you can find millions of young people who have not even touched the opposite sex all through their lifes and the marriage night is the first night when they touch thier life partners for the first time in their life and that is the true pleasure.. i am sorry if my words hurt anybody. I don't mean to hurt u . I only want to request the youth of China to think over and preserve their virginity for the right time !
February 06, 2011
It is very scary that the above English teachers from the West are trying to spread "sexual liberation" in a nation that still values virginity at marriage. Such teachers threaten the ways of Chinese society and ought not be suffered. The USA and the UK have become filthy with STDs, obesity, divorce, rebellion, individualism, feminism, homosexuality. Some (not all!) from those regions are working secretly in China toward the Westernizing of the East, so that the whole world is filled with very dangerous things that destroy traditions, families, and societies. I have faith in the Chinese Government, that it will stop such sex-addicted individualists from ruining the purity of their nation.
November 25, 2011
Empathy: Baseline Position for Humanity by Dr Frans de Waalat the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, February 2012
"Research has disproved the view, dominant since the 19th century, typical of biologist Thomas Henry Huxley's argument that morality is absent in nature and something created by humans (...) Human morality is unthinkable without empathy (...) Empathy is much more easily generated between individuals who know each other, or who are close to each other, than individuals who are more distant. (...) this "in-group bias [has made it more difficult to] stretch empathy and solidarity. We now live in a world where all sorts of groups mingle in a society...so it's something that should be tried, but it's a challenge."
Empathy: Baseline Position for Roman Catholicism and Islam
Thou shall not commit adultery, Thou shalt not kill, do not steal, You shall not covet, and any other commandment, are summarized int he word, love your neighbour as yourself
ﺭﻭﻣﻴﺔ ١٣:٩وصايا، لا يحق لك ارتكاب الزنا؛ لا تقتل؛ لا تسرق، لا يحق لك تطمع، وأية وصية أخرى، تتلخص في هذه الكلمة ، تحب قريبك كنفسك.
عن النبي الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال لا يؤمن أحدكم حتى يحب لأخيه ما يحب لنفسه
Prophet of God peace be upon him said, none of you believes until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself.
The Culture of Death denies empathy, shows no mercy to the weakest ones :
Un corps vierge a la fraîcheur des sources secrètes, le velouté matinal d'une corolle close, l'orient de la perle que le soleil n'a encore jamais caressée. Grotte, temple, sanctuaire, jardin secret, comme l'enfant l'homme est fasciné par les lieux ombreux et clos qu'aucune conscience n'a jamais animés, qui attendent qu'on leur prête une âme: ce qu'il est seul à saisir et à pénétrer, il lui semble qu'en vérité il le crée. En outre, un des buts que poursuit tout désir, c'est la consommation de l'objet désiré qui implique sa destruction. En brisant l'hymen, l'homme possède le corps féminin plus intimement que par une pénétration qui le laisse intact; dans cette opération irréversible, il en fait sans équivoque un objet passif, il affirme sa prise sur lui. Ce sens s'exprime très exactement dans la légende du chevalier qui se fraie un chemin difficile parmi les buissons épineux pour cueillir une rose jamais respirée; non seulement il la découvre, mais il en brise la tige et c'est alors qu'il l'a conquise. L'image est si claire qu'en langage populaire «prendre sa fleur» à une femme signifie détruire sa virginité, et que cette expression a donné naissance au mot «défloration». Simone de Beauvoir, 'Le Deuxième Sexe'
A virgin body has the freshness of secret sources, the morning sheen of an unopened flower, the orient luster of a pearl on which the sun has never shone. Grotto, temple, sanctuary, secret garden – man, like the child, is fascinated by enclosed and shadowy places not yet animated by any consciousness, which wait to be given a soul: what he alone is to take and to penetrate seems to be in truth created by him. In addition, a goal pursued by all desire, it is the consumption of the desired object implies its destruction. By breaking the hymen, the man has a woman's body more intimately than a penetration that left intact in this process irreversible, it is unequivocally a passive object, it affirms its hold on him. This meaning is expressed exactly in the legend about the knight who makes his way among the thorn bushes difficult to pick a rose ever breathed, he not only discovers, but he breaks its stem and then he has conquered. The image is so clear that in popular parlance to "take her flower" means to destroy a woman's virginity, and that this expression gave rise to the word "deflowering." Simone de Beauvoir, 'The Second Sex'
The objectification of virgins, particularly turning the female virgin into a piece of flesh (de Beauvoir's 'un corps vierge' - 'a virgin body') and the most wanted sex toy which must be destroyed just for fun
(de Beauvoir's 'la consommation de l'objet désiré ' - the consumption of the desired object') is a characteristic feature of the Culture of Death.