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‘You can’t get STDs from biblically correct sex’: Phil Robertson’s values annoy libs again

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“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson is at it again, doing the one thing he does almost as well as making money — driving liberals nuts.

Robertson was giving a sermon last month at the White’s Ferry Road Church in West Monroe, La., when he told churchgoers that you can’t get sexually transmitted diseases from “biblically correct sex,CNS News reported.

“Biblically correct sex is safe,” the church elder said. “It’s safe. You’re not going to get chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, AIDS — if you, if a man marries a woman, and neither of you have it, and you keep your sex between the two of you, you’re not going to get ever sexually transmitted diseases.”

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 110 million men and women have a sexually transmitted disease in America. And according to Robertson, the “orthodox liberal opinion” is to blame.

“Political correctness, conforming to what is regarded orthodox liberal opinion in matters of – are you ready? – sexuality,” he said. “The Bible said one man, one woman: that’s what [God] made to begin with. For this reason, we have a male and a female. For that reason, those two can come together and be married. And when they marry, what God has joined together, let man not separate.”

Naturally, liberals went out of their way to produce hypotheticals that challenge the idea that monogamous sex is free of sexually transmitted diseases.

Raw Story showcased researcher Elizabeth Boskey, who stated: “Even if you had undergone regular screening, if you were infected while having sex with a partner who had not been tested in years, there is always the possibility that they were infected asymptomatically a long time before you got together – and just didn’t know it.”

Robertson’s sermon didn’t let anyone off the hook.

“Every last one of you have been immoral, by the way,” he told attendees. “Every last one of you – there’s maybe a handful in here that haven’t been sexually immoral. But most of you have been.”

A charge that was likely followed by one of those moments in church when you could hear a pin drop from across the room.

“Look, God’s way is the safe way,” he continued. “That’s all I’m saying. True or false?”

Tom Tillison


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