A Culture Of Lust: The Shocking Predatory War On Women And Children

The Harvey Weinstein scandal blew open a secret world of darkness and sexual perversion– bringing to light decades of sexual harassment and assault against women and children no one seemed ready to address.

As if the Weinstein scandal weren’t horrific enough, it’s only the tip of the iceberg.

And as more women and children begin to speak up, it appears Hollywood has a sick fascination with abusing their power and preying on America’s most vulnerable.

Including going after children, as alleged pedophilia rings are being uncovered.

Katherine Kendall was only 23 when Harvey Weinstein made a move on her – including asking her for a massage and chasing her around his apartment nude, claiming that’s what the entertainment business was all about.

Breitbart reported:

“Another tragic repetition has been in the women who say Weinstein preyed upon them. Overwhelmingly, they constitute young actresses making their first steps into the movies — vulnerable Hollywood hopefuls looking for a part, a movie, their big break.

“We were all so young,” Kendall said. “He must have enjoyed on some level watching us squirm…

“It took a big chunk out of my drive,” said Kendall. “It made me wonder: Am I in over my head? Am I in a business where this happens all the time and I don’t know it? I’m not going to be able to play this game, so maybe this just isn’t for me.”

“I went in with my best self, thinking I’m giving my best meeting,” said Kendall, who first recounted her encounter to The New York Times. “And I come out with that. You feel sort of like, ‘God, maybe this whole time they were just playing me. Maybe I have nothing interesting to say at all.’ There’s a lot of self-doubt that can pile on after something like that happens.”

But let’s back up.

What would cause these famous celebrities and producers to think it’s acceptable to grab at a woman’s body, or “have their way” with her?

Sadly, pornography and over-sexualization of women is an epidemic crisis that reaches far greater than just Hollywood.

Pornography has reached into households across America, and the damage its causing is nearly irreparable.

Fight the New Drug has released startling statistics on just how massive the pornography crisis really is:

  • Porn increased marital infidelity by 300%. (WebRoot)
  • Recorded child sexual exploitation (known as “child porn”) is one of the fastest-growing online businesses. (IWF)
  • 624,000+ child porn traders have been discovered online in the U.S. (Innocent Justice)
  • Child porn is a $3 billion industry. (TopTenReviews)
  • Porn is a global, estimated $97 billion industry, with about $12 billion of that coming from the U.S. (NBC News)

With these statistics, it’s no wonder women and children are treated as objects.

Men are being trained to view women as a means to an end to their own personal pleasure.

If a woman is dressed a certain way, some men say she deserves to be raped or she’s “asking for it.” Yet at the same time, they gawk at women in bikinis and midriffs, while looking at a mother breastfeeding her baby in disgust.

Young boys are told famous sexual predators like Hugh Hefner should praised and elevated as some kind of hero.

But as Mommy Underground previously reported, Hugh Hefner lived a disgusting and vile life, and even worse, he was proud of it.

He promoted it as an ideal man’s life, and boasted that he slept with over 2,000 women, went through multiple (open) marriages, and led others down the same path of destruction.

And as the Weinstein scandal explodes into the mainstream, America is forced to confront the “elephant in the room” that everyone knows is happening, but no one has decided to address.

While most are bashing Weinstein, they still praise Hugh Hefner. And As Mommy Underground pointed out, both men represent two sides of the same coin.

Young women and children are being exploited, and it has to stop.

Women are not sexual objects to be lusted after.

Americans must not turn a blind eye as new reports come out against Weinstein. Each “number” of another woman being sexually assaulted, is a human being. With a heart and a soul.

We must never become numb to another causality of the Hollywood playboys. And if anything, the over-sexualization of women must be dealt with, at the root, or sadly these types of stories will become the norm.

Do you think America has developed a culture of lust?

What do you think can be done to reverse the trend?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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