AFA to Troops: ‘Spill your blood, Save your seed.’
The AFA and Don Wildmon have a new way of supporting the troops.
By Peter Eisler, USA TODAYWASHINGTON — Ten years after Congress banned sales of sexually explicit material on military bases, the Pentagon is under fire for continuing to sell adult fare, such as Penthouse and Playmates In Bed, that it doesn't consider explicit enough to pull from its stores.
Dozens of religious and anti-pornography groups have complained to Congress and Defense Secretary Robert Gates that a Pentagon board set up to review magazines and films is allowing sales of material that Congress intended to ban.
“They're saying 'we're not selling stuff that's sexually explicit' … and we say it's pornography,” says Donald Wildmon, head of the American Family Association, a Christian anti-pornography group. A letter-writing campaign launched Friday by opponents of the policy aims to convince Congress to “get the Pentagon to obey the law,” he adds.
Yep. We gotta take away their porn. Support the troops by removing any real way of “stress relief” while they're stuck in their tents in Iraq. We wouldn't want any American Seed spilled on the
soil sand in the Middle East would we? Nope, we must protect all of our 'little soldiers' from being beaten, and stretched to the point of no return.
Of course, it's obvious that Don Wildmon can't really stop from buying all these magazines because he has to analyze their content.
Every military base i've been to has sold Penthouse, Maxim, and Playboy magazines. They sell it for the men. I've looked through those and the most they show is a little T&A and women in underwear. They don't sell Playgirl, or any other magazine really. So, straight girls, you're out of luck.
Excuse me, but shouldn't our military members who are sacrificing their lives for America be allowed to read whatever they want? Oooh, just think what they'll sell if the ban on open service is lifted! Wouldn't the fundies' heads explode then?